Leave it to the elites—agents and 'old media' sportswriters—to come up with one of the dumbest baseball ideas ever. Uber-Agent Scott Boras—aided and abetted by Boston Globe sportswriter Nick Cafardo—is peddling the idea of holding the first two World Series games at a neutral site. This would—in their view—dramatically boost the popularity of the event. Neither Boras nor Cafardo have a clue of what an avid season-ticket holding baseball fan might think about this. A huge part of the reason many Red Sox fans buy season packages is to be guaranteed post-season ducats. So, for the sake of argument, let's say the Boras/Cafardo scheme was in place this year. If the Red Sox were so fortunate as to make the Fall Classic, they would host the first two games at Fenway.....oh, wait, no it would be in a nice "warm weather" venue like Miami or Phoenix. No problem, I'm willing to sacrifice my investment (substantial, by the way) in season tickets so that some schmo in Sioux City, Iowa might be more interested in baseball. Are you kidding me? Cafardo's condescending retort?: ".... it would be like Patriots fans going to New Orleans to watch their team in the Super Bowl". Yeah, right. Of course, Boras and Cafardo would get nice cushy complimentary seats in Miami/Phoenix, but most of us would get screwed. What an incredibly stupid concept. Go to your rooms, both of you. No biscuit.