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    Baseball’s Biggest Problems

    You often hear people say something along the lines of, “baseball is a dying sport! It’s too slow and boring! That’s why attendance is dropping and ratings are down!” That person is entitled to their wrong opinion. The main problem comes when the commissioner of Major League Baseball, Rob Manfred, shares that opinion. His focus […] More

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    Report: MLB Changes Roster Rules for 2020

    MLB and the MLBPA have agreed to a deal with some notable changes coming in the near future according to ESPN. The long-awaited MLB/MLBPA deal is done, sources tell ESPN, and includes a single trade deadline, an All-Star Game Election Day, expanded rosters in 2020 and, most important, a pledge to start bargaining over fundamental […] More

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    Dodgers News: Kershaw Will Pay No Attention To MLB’s Pitch Clock

    Los Angeles Dodgers’ ace Clayton Kershaw made me smile on Monday. Moreover, Kershaw has no time for MLB’s new pitch clock rules. To be sure, he’s not going to pay any attention to it. It’s nice to hear one of the game’s elder statesmen pitchers – who is so respected – state that he’s not […] More

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    MLB Looking To Make Rule Changes That Would Effect the Dodgers

    It appears that Major League Baseball may be aiming to mitigate teams manipulating their 25-man rosters. According to a source from an article published by the Associated Press. [MLB] has proposed going back to a 15-day disabled list and increasing the time optioned players usually must spend in the minor leagues — moves aimed at […] More

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    MLB News: More Pace Of Play Rules Expected For 2018

    Pace of play has been one of the most talked about aspects in baseball over the last few seasons. Speeding up the game to appeal to more people has become a focal point. Today it was reported by Jon Morosi that a pitch clock and a limit on mound visits are the main topics on the agenda. […] More

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    MLB Wants To Implement Pitch Clock In 2018

    Pace of play has been one of the most talked about subjects in baseball over the past few offseasons, and it seems to be even more of a focus this offseason as Major League Baseball wants to implement a 20 second pitch clock. This would be a big step towards speeding up the game, which […] More

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    Dodgers News: MLB Commands Team to Cut Debt

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have spent more on player payroll than any Major League Baseball team under Guggenheim Baseball Management. Now baseball’s front office is mandating the Dodgers to cut debt and comply with MLB’s rules and regulations. Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times reports that the Dodgers spent approximately $1.181 billion in four years. […] More

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    MLB Rumors: Roster Sizes Could Face Possible Changes

    Major League Baseball has altered the pace of the game and new slide rules in the past year with commissioner Rob Manfred. Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reports that Major League Baseball’s players and owners are wanting to expand rosters from 25 to 26 players “in exchange for September roster limits, according to sources familiar with […] More

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    Dodgers News: DH Might Be On The Way To The NL

    It looks like the Designated Hitter will be on its way to the National League rather quickly, if you are to believe the words that come out of the mouth of commissioner Rob Manfred. Today, as the commissioner spoke, he said that the senior circuit could adopt the rule as early as the 2017 season. That […] More

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