How MLB's new replay policy will work

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    How MLB's new replay policy will work

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    The new replay policy will allow managers to ask for replay reviews in a style that is similar to the NFL's challenge system. Managers will have three challenges -- one in the first six innings of the game and two beyond that. Under the new system, which will be phased in starting next season, 89 percent of plays will be deemed reviewable. Should a manager exhaust his three challenges, the umpiring crew can still convene to conduct their own review of a questionable home run.

     
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    The new replay policy will allow managers to ask for replay reviews in a style that is similar to the NFL's challenge system. Managers will have three challenges -- one in the first six innings of the game and two beyond that. Under the new system, which will be phased in starting next season, 89 percent of plays will be deemed reviewable. Should a manager exhaust his three challenges, the umpiring crew can still convene to conduct their own review of a questionable home run.

      alright, i'm telling you RIGHT NOW....if they review more than two plays during ANY Sunday night Yanks/Sox game...i'm going to hurt somebody!! YellTongue Out


     
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    Re: How MLB's new replay policy will work

    When it is raining really hard, will managers be able to challenge whether they should have a rain delay or postponement?

    If a pitcher takes too long between pitches, can a manager challenge and make him hurry it up?

    If a batter calls timeout too many times , can a manager challenge that?

     

     
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    In response to jete02fan's comment:
    ]alright, i'm telling you RIGHT NOW....if they review more than two plays during ANY Sunday night Yanks/Sox game...i'm going to hurt somebody!! YellTongue Out


    LOL jeet


    sounds like it's worth trying

    speaking of hurting someone

    just can't stop wondering if there going to be more injuries at 2nd  & 3rd

    kind of ironic considering they are pretty close to banning HP collisions

     
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    Re: How MLB's new replay policy will work

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    The new replay policy will allow managers to ask for replay reviews in a style that is similar to the NFL's challenge system. Managers will have three challenges -- one in the first six innings of the game and two beyond that. Under the new system, which will be phased in starting next season, 89 percent of plays will be deemed reviewable. Should a manager exhaust his three challenges, the umpiring crew can still convene to conduct their own review of a questionable home run.



    Will the maager keep a red flag in his sock? Just think a manager comes out screaming at ump trying to pul his red flag from  his sock....trips and falls      

     
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    Re: How MLB's new replay policy will work

    All in all,I think it's a good idea.I'm sure we've all seen horrible calls in the field that could have been overturned with replay.

    Zack also got me wondering how this is going to affect "Neighborhood" plays?If they're going to more closely scrutinized,there's going to be quite a few less double plays.The SS and 2nd baseman are going to have to make the adjustments to get on the bag for plays instead of just near it. 

     
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    Re: How MLB's new replay policy will work

    to initiate a replay review the requesting manager will need to storm on to the field and kick dirt onto homeplate.  This will need to be done prior to the next pitch.

     
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    Great, now the Red Sox vs. Yankees games will be at least five hours long.    LOL

     

     

     
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