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Men In Suits Making Tough Decisions

Bud Selig -- an avid opponent of instant replay -- is willing to let big league general managers consider the possibility when they meet in early November, and report back to the Commissioner's Office with their recommendations.

Colorado Rockies manager Clint Hurdle, who feels his team has been robbed on at least four separate occasions, is all for it. He claims that replays would cut down on arguments and speed up the games.

However, Selig isn't fond of the idea, as he believes it causes more delays than it avoids. If it ain't broke, don't fix it, right?

"There are controversial decisions, and I understand it. But this has been going on 130 years, too," Selig said.
Which brings us to this poll. Is instant replay a good idea for major league baseball?












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5 Comments:

ian said...

IF and that's a BIG IF, it should only be used on questionable home run calls. That's it. Otherwise, you're taking away from the integrity of the game and I think maybe even with having it on home runs, you might be as well.