Bud Selig just doesn't even TRY to make sense anymore
Now, MLB commissioner Bud Selig wants to just lose all semblance of order, and flip the script in the most nonsensical way imaginable.
Selig's grandiose idea is to use the DH in interleague play in NL parks, and then let the pitchers bat in AL parks.
For those of you who have been living under a rock since 1973, that's the exact opposite of how it has been for almost 4 decades.
Currently, the DH rule for interleague play is based on whatever is normally played at the home park. For games in AL parks, there's a DH. In NL parks, the pitcher hits.
The way it is right now, it makes sense.
Much like the rest of his tenure as commissioner, however, Selig doesn't really care about making sense, he just cares about leaving some sort of legacy. It apparently doesn't matter if it's a legacy of pure garbage, as long as he can look back and say "look at all the changes I've made!" and feel like he has accomplished something.
Sorry, Bud, but you're missing the mark on this one. It just doesn't make sense, and you're tweaking something that has no need to be tweaked right now.