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Does baseball need instant replay?
Thu, September 4, 2008

Baseball's first use of instant replay backed an onfield call of a home run for Alex Rodriguez during the ninth inning of the New York Yankees game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday night.

Rodriguez was denied a homer on May 21 at Yankee Stadium on a ball that cleared the fence but was not ruled a home run.
Full story: First use of instant replay backs onfield call

Does baseball need instant replay?



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I'm always amazed that after many slow mo replays on TV of close calls that Umps in a blink of an eye get it right 90% of the time for something slow mo takes us minutes to figure out.

Get rid of the technology, refs and umps are part of the game and they do a great job. Maybe we should focus more on being gentlemen (likethe way sports were invented and intended to be) rather than enemies trying to cheat anyway possible to win and the focus would go away from this pettiness.
wayne, 2008-09-04 08:49:55

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