Believe it or not, MLB Spring Training games start this week. For the next month, we’ll be treated to lazy afternoon split-squad games and scores from leagues with the names Grapefruit and Cactus while grown men practice things like sliding on large pieces of plastic and eating sunflower seeds.
And with every baseball player that records another round of golf in the afternoon, somewhere, an NFL lineman quietly curses under his breath. While an NFL training camp is considered the worst month of one’s season, baseball’s Spring Training is anything but. From two-a-days to location to injuries, and for both fans and players alike, these are the Top 10 Reasons Spring Training Beats Training Camp.