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SLOWBALL: Verlander Surrenders Home Run, Doesn’t Throw Next Pitch For 4 Minutes, 16 Seconds

Hey baseball, wanna speed up your games? How about you eliminate the wholly unnecessary time it takes for umpires to review a home run?


MLB Instant Replay: Where Do We Go From Here?

With just about 20 percent of the MLB season in the books, Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) takes a look at the use of Instant Replay, its effectiveness and where we go from here.


Baseball Is Adding Coach Challenges Next Season, Here’s How It’ll Work…

Let’s hope we never have to see a guy like Jim Joyce cry because of a blown call, ever again.


Major League Baseball Enters 21st Century, Adopts Reasonable Instant-Replay System

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MLB is making major improvements to its instant-replay system, and we’re very happy campers. Details, after the jump.


The 21st Century Beckons As MLB Considers Expanding Instant Replay

This is four years overdue, but the reluctant baseball powers are finally giving serious thought (we think) to expanding replay. Up to this point, only questionable home run calls are subject to replay while everything else is subjected to irreparably flawed human beings hawk-eyed umpires who don’t let Dewayne Wise take advantage of them.

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MLB Testing Tennis-Like Instant Replay System At Yankee Stadium And Citi Field

Major League Baseball might be entering the 21st century. They’re testing two new instant replay systems, and it sounds promising. The details, and when we might se some actual change, after the jump.

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Bud Selig Talks Replay Again, Still Sounds Tone-Deaf

MLB commissioner Bud Selig is the object of ever-increasing derision over his stance on instant replay in baseball. He said the fans don’t really care about it. He said there’s no appetite for it. And – despite that MLB actually is planning on expanding replay – he still says that.


Instant Replay In Boxing? Yes, And It’ll Be Used For Manny Pacquiao’s Next Fight

For the first time ever, instant replay will be used for a championship boxing match, when Manny Pacquiao and Juan Mañuel Marquez do battle in November.


For Now, Probably No Change in MLB’s Replay System

In our minds, it was a foregone conclusion. The silver lining. The one positive. At least the call will lead to the expansion of the instant replay system, we all thought. At least we now know that getting the call right will be the most important thing. Apparently not.

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