On Sunday, move the minute hands on all your clocks one revolution back in time.
At least you get another hour of sleep.
Tomorrow morning, when your body is says, "Hey man, it's 6:30, GET OUT OF BED!", it'll actually be 5:30.
You can tell your body to shut it and go back to sleep.
The Spring Ahead thing - THAT one's a killer with the lost hour.
I think every single place that sells coffee should give it away free the morning after Spring Ahead.
But Fall Back... not so bad.
Except it'll get dark closer to 3pm than 9pm, and be a daily reminder that baseball's as far away as it gets.
Oh well, that's all I got.
Except if... if you could take one hour back for the Cubs, what hour would it be?
Like, if you could take back that hour starting at 7:41 Arizona time on April 7th, 2016?
A Cubs v D-backs game officially started at 6:41 that night, and in that first hour we saw perhaps the worst Cubs injury in years and years.
That was the Schwarber's Knee game.
If you could take that hour back, then maybe Kyle wouldn't have collided with Dexter Fowler and spent almost the whole year injured.
He coulda had another year of experience under his belt.
You know how good he ended up last year, right?
2019 may have been the year he "figured it out".
Pre All-Star he OPSed 777.
Post All-Star that was .997.
The last 30 days of 2019 for Kyle Schwarber were Freaking BEAST-like: 91 at bats, 31 hits, 9 doubles, and 6 dingers.
He slashed .341/.419/.681.
Had he actually played (and gotten all the experience he missed) in 2016, he might have STARTED 2019 with those numbers.
Oh, but wait.
That would be messing with 2016 so... forget this whole thing.
Go back to whatever you were doing.
And turn back your clocks.