The subsidiary of Major League Baseball that runs their online operations seems to think they're so good at it that they can do the same thing for other sports, starting with Major League Soccer. This is the same MLB.com that couldn't handle opening day traffic a few years ago - but, obviously they've improved since then. However, they're also the same group that has tried to take down fan sites and prevent anyone from reporting the facts of a game in progress.
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