"On the other hand,'' he said, "it wouldn't bother me if they cut out the DH entirely. What I don't like is that one league has it and the other doesn't. Either they should both have it or nobody should have it."
... and, "Well, as far as changing pitchers is concerned, a manager can stay with his original starter longer if he's going well. He doesn't have to use his bullpen as much, so he has fewer chances to make a mistake."
There's no question the DH gives baseball more offense, and sure offense is exciting. There are plenty of new rules we could implement if that's the goal. My favorite game last year may have been game 6 of the WS which the Cards won 10-9, but a very close second was game 5 of the NLDS where Carpenter out-dueled Halladay for the shutout 1-0, advancing the Cards to the NLCS. I think the game is great the way it is in the NL, perhaps it's just because I grew up with it. But if it ain't broke don't fix it applies, imo, and I don't think it was ever broke.