Apparently the Christians are pissed off at the Detroit Tigers for scheduling their home opener for daylight hours on Good Friday. Apparently this is the supposed time that Christ hung on the cross, and Catholics supposedly like to go to a Church and celebrate this event.
Here's the thing. I don't care. The Tigers are playing a day game because it's early April in Detroit. It can be miserably cold with snow in Detroit in April, so it makes sense to try and play the game during the day when the weather is supposedly better.
And there's this. You don't have to go to the damn game. If church is so important to you, you shouldn't even have this problem. When Sandy Koufax had to choose between his religion and pitching game one of the World Series, he chose his religion. And frankly, I don't think any of Detroit's so-called Christians are better people than Koufax.
Now you need to excuse me because I've got to dodge some lightning.