The Twins made a small amount of history on Monday when the first use of MLB’s “expanded” replay occurred at Hammond Stadium in Fort Meyers, Fla. It was so nice, they used it twice. Cliches aside, the use of instant replay has been a hot topic amongst baseball pundits and fans.
It’s time to make a counter-argument in opposition of the expansion, or even the very existence of instant replay in the game of baseball. We’ve heard the statement ad-nauseum: “If we can get it right, then we should get it right.”
With several rule changes under consideration in MLB, two interesting prospects include expanding replay reviews in the game, and allowing the NL to exercise a DH option. If one were forced to choose either of these options, which would be best?
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Vote here! Do you think there should be instant replay in baseball?