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?.
I don't disagree with you at all that the early schedule looks good... because there is a starting point in-terms of expectations.