With all the technology we have, it seems like it could be possible. Maybe a good writer would be willing to try this or someone who works at ESPN. In the AL, there are normally, at most, 7 games in a day. If you do alot of fast forwarding, you might be able to watch each game in an hour. So it would be like a full time job. You could blog abot it every day. Maybe even turn it into a book.
No one has ever done this before. A good writer might be able to tell a good story or be able to bring something new to baseball analysis. It could drive someone crazy, too. Then there are the inter-league games. If you were doing the AL, you would have to watch 14 games per day. I don't think I would be willing to try it and even if I could take a leave of absense from my teaching job, it would be tough.
When it comes to awards and all-star voting, in a way, no one is really qualified to vote, since no one sees every game. But maybe now it would be different. Maybe several writers could do this and then it would be fun to hear all their different viewpoints.