Apr 15, 2011, 11:07 AM EDT
Yesterday word got around that Major League Baseball was going to expand replay. We should probably just say that they’re maybe leaning that way. Here’s the official word from MLB:
To clarify, the Special Committee for On-Field Matters discusses many issues, but no decisions have been made regarding instant replay.
Which makes sense. The Special Committee for On-Field Matters has only been around for a year or so. MLB Committees usually haven’t even ordered their first box of donuts and taken roll until a good year and a half have transpired.
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