does instant replay mean more injuries

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    does instant replay mean more injuries

    Buster Olney 15m
    Team execs expect topic of banning plate collisions will be raised in the weeks ahead. One said: “I don’t know who could argue to keep it."



    I started a thread about
    banning plate collisions last feb

    http://boston.com/community/forums/sports/red-sox/on-the-front-burner/will-they-should-they-end-collisions-at-home-plate/100/6559614


    but this week I have been pondering with even more  concern

    over guys getting hurt at 2B

    if instant replay eliminates the  '' in the neighborhood call'

    will there be more injuries

     
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    Re: does instant replay mean more injuries

    Rules change would be good.  No blocking at home plate and no deliberate colliding.  MLB also needs to find face masks that prevent concussions every single time.

     

     
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    Re: does instant replay mean more injuries

    In response to maxbialystock's comment:
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    Rules change would be good.  No blocking at home plate and no deliberate colliding.  MLB also needs to find face masks that prevent concussions every single time.

     

    [/QUOTE] ironic that Ross has been on the other side of that Avila collision(referenced in Zac's HP collision thread)


     
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    Re: does instant replay mean more injuries

    In response to maxbialystock's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Rules change would be good.  No blocking at home plate and no deliberate colliding.  MLB also needs to find face masks that prevent concussions every single time.

     

    [/QUOTE]

    A little simplistic given that base runners can safely overrun home plate.

     
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