Expanded instant replay in baseball changes the pace of the game at times, and sometimes the reviews take longer than they should, but overall it marks baseball embracing new technology. The drawbacks of expanded instant replay in baseball are noteworthy, but the ability to get a higher percentage of the calls correct makes it worth it. Do people have a problem with it just because they impatient, or is there something else behind all the complaints about expanded replay in baseball?
by elisabeth reid 10 years ago
What do you think? Personally, I think its time has come but I don't think the timing is right. Something like that shouldn't be introduced at this point in the season. Either start it during the playoffs, when everyone goes back to 0-0, or wait until Spring Training.But...my...
by Peter V 6 years ago
Are there any sports that don't have instant replay, but need it?American Football relies heavily on instant replay for the refs to make the right calls. Are there other sports that need to have instant replays for the refs to make the right decisions?
by pendell2 8 years ago
Does baseball need an NFL-style replay, or is bad officiating still OK in 2009?
by Billy Petty 5 years ago
How extensive should replay be in Major League Baseball?
by L.A. Walsh 9 years ago
Tips on dealing with the baseball fans you love. How to remain patient when all they seem to be able to talk about is baseball.
by Faith Reaper 3 years ago
Red Sox Fans, now that the Red Sox have lost Jon Lester, what do you think of the two new pitchersNow that the Red Sox have lost Jon Lester ...Do you think Rick Porcello is one of the best starting pitchers in baseball over the past couple of years? Also, what do you think about the Red Sox...
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