Jay Sawyer, a big baseball fan from Northbrook, feels that keeping the DH rule and adding it to the National League will make MLB more entertaining. According to him, as most pitchers are below-average when it comes to batting, using a DH increases offense, which even the statistics have long proven. He shares an example of how back in 2015, the American League runs-per-game average was 4.39 while the National League runs-per-game average was 4.11.

Jay Sawyer of Northbrook notes that defense is quite important for winning baseball games, and pitching is a crucial aspect of defense. That being said, without offense, no team can win. Moreover, most fans enjoy watching baseball hitters score more than defense plays. In fact, for many, offensive games can be more fun to watch. Hence, keeping the DH rule in the American League and expanding it to the National League will increase the number of good hitters at bat, making MLB more exciting for the fans, especially during World Series.

About Jay Sawyer

Jay Sawyer is a long-time philanthropist who is associated with several noble causes. He is an animals' rights activist, environmentalist, and an advocate for world peace too. A lover of nature and wildlife, Jay strives hard to inform and educate the masses about the causes that drive him. He is quite determined about making a long-lasting impact on the society.

As far as his personal life is concerned, Jay is a skilled tennis and pickleball player. He takes great pride in introducing himself as the biggest Chicago bear fan who attended more than 10 games in the year 1972 and every single game in the year 1985.