We always hear that baseball -- or any other sport -- is a kid's game played by grown-ups.

Not so. The game was created by adults for adults. Kids just copy what their elders do.

So why turn MLB into a Little League operation?

The Daily Player asked just that. Fortunately, we weren't the only ones. MLB's commish is now backing off.

Quite often, good things just take time. Kinda like poring over our Fanorama collections. Cool stuff abounds at cooler prices, if we do say so ourselves.

And we do. Check out this what the hell were we thinking arcade collage T-shirt for summertime:

arcade t-shirt

Call it our tribute to the Commish.

It's only $20.99, so join him in a celebration of all things insane and buy one for you and more for all your friends. It's the least you can do to support a kid's game.

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