I read a sentence that I found very awkward:
"This March was the hottest of the decade with every day above average."
My brain wants to add a comma before "with." I know one way to avoid the sentence altogether is to rephrase it as:
"With every day above average, this March was the hottest of the decade."
But, if I were not to rephrase it as such, would it be correct to add a comma or to leave it in its original form?
Edit: My original sentence is not very clear; I made it up quickly just as an example. A better example might be:
"It was the best game of the season with every player scoring at least one goal."