Bring on the DH!
I say let them climb the fences, they’re only doing jobs Americans don’t want to do.
Pros to changing the rule
It would be something that came up about .0004% of the time. We could go an entire season or two without a player even attempting it. Then, when the stars align and a ball is hit just right in the perfect spot at the appropriate ballpark: magic. Pure, unadulterated magic.
It would happen infrequently enough that baseball would essentially be adding something as rare as a perfect ...
Of course, if these rules end up in place, routines will change.
“It’s tough,” Seager said. “You almost feel rushed. It’s not your normal (routine) where you can take your time, get your rhythm. It’s kind of on somebody else’s rhythm. It was a little rushed … getting on and off the field, getting your stuff done in the dugout and in the box mainly because you only have 20 seconds between pitches. You swing and then get right back in—it’s a little weird.”
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