NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- If baseball's Opening Day is supposed to end fans' winter hibernation, why is it so cold for fans in northern climates?Major League Baseball made a deal with fans last year that was applauded by purists, but left a lot of fans in the cold: The 2011 season would start in March so it could end in October. The reasoning was that November was just too late to be playing baseball -- even if it is the World Series -- and that it was unfair to ask players and playoff attendees to dress warmly in that crisp fall air.
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