Bud Selig & Instant Replay: “I am a traditionalist at heart. I understand people talking about the use of technology, but I think we have it to the point that if you go any further you really are changing the sport. I’m very concerned about that … There’s little appetite for more instant replay.” Changing the sport? How? What a horrible word choice. Can’t wait for someone to grill him on how instant replay is “changing the sport.” It can be done, and baseball needs it to get done, you just don’t want to do it, you fool. As for “little appetite” … well, Selig’s got his head in the sand again, just like the steroid era. [JS Online]
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