Well, this season is the first where a interleague series will be happening daily, following the move of the Astros from the NL Central to the AL West.
Now, we are in a midst of a stretch where every team is playing interleague, in a 2 home and 2 away series. This features the Subway Series, D.C.-Baltimore Series, L.A. Series, Ohio Series, Missouri Series, Bay Area Series, and Chicago Series. These intriguing matchups will be fun for fans and hopefully keep baseball's attendence on the rise.
Interleague was implimented so that fans could get to see other teams play their favorite National or American League teams. This provides an interesting twist on the MLB's season. But, is this really a good thing to be playing everyday?
During August and September, in the beginnings of interleague play, teams wouldn't be playing any teams in the other league. This kept them playing teams in their own league, keeping them in the hunt for maybe a playoff spot. But, this year, in August and September, there still will be interleague, maybe making it harder to chase big leads in the Wild Card and Division races.
So, what do I think of all-year interleague? Well, I like the fact that there are more series of interleague then ever before, but I think in mid-August and September, there shouldn't be any interleague, because of the postseason races.
But, right now? Just enjoy watching your favorite team play some interleague baseball.