You just argued in the other thread that last year doesn't matter, there is no starting point. Isnt the congruent pov that you don't know how good these teams are?
They weren't good last year and we can see their rosters this year. Boston is clearly worse (5 games), the Tigers are a mess (7 games), the As are the worst team in the AL (4 games), the Nationals are the worst team in the NL (2 games), the Royals are clearly a 2nd Division team (3 games).
The Rangers (3 games) could be a surprisingly better team (lot of 1-run games last year) that has improved their roster.....but we probably miss deGrom The WhiteSox (3 games) are routinely over-rated because everyone wants to give them rebuilding credit.
Only the Yankees (3 games) are perceived as a good team entering the season....of opponents we play through 4 May.
May has the Braves (3), Rays (3), Angels (4), BlueJays (3), Yankees(3), and Guardians (3). Only the Rangers again for 3 and real break is against the Pirates (3) are against non-playoff contenders.
I'm not sure about why you'd choose a general attack on that comment.
From a purely schedule perspective, do you not think May >>> April?.