Interesting article about how competitive balance hasn't improved in baseball, and why negotiations for baseball's next collective bargaining agreement might not go so smoothly. It only takes four comments, by the way, for someone to suggest relegation, as in soccer, as a possible solution. Short of setting PNC Park on fire, I'm not sure I can think of a simpler way to make baseball's competitive balance problems worse, since small-market clubs would no longer have the luxury of planning for the future. It's also a completely impractical ideas, in that there's an entire apparatus of farm systems that would have to be restructured. Via WHYGAVS.