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MLB Looking To Expand Replay In 2014

It's only fitting after last weeks mess involving replay that Major League Baseball has finally begun the process of looking to expand its role  for the 2014 season. Unfortunately for baseball there was a lesson learned from the fiasco involving umpire Angel Hernandez and that is the umpires on the field won't review the calls. Instead a system like the NFL has when it comes to scoring plays should get put into place. Last week Hernandez
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Joe Torre Makes False Claims Opening Up A Can Of Worms

By now many have seen or heard about the home run that Adam Rosales hit that got ruled a double on the field and confirmed by umpire Angel Hernandez on replay. Interestingly enough Oakland Athletics manager Bob Melvin brought his case to the office of Major League Baseball who took a look at the call. Much like Hernandez who refused to have his interview recorded and then denied requests for more interviews today, Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Joe
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Why Major League Baseball Can’t Escape Angel Hernandez’s Blown Call

On Monday night Angel Hernandez had a terrible night calling balls and strikes no matter which team was at the plate. Wednesday he got an opportunity to redeem himself by using replay to make sure a ball hit by Adam Rosales was a double (the ruling on the field) or a game tying home run off Cleveland Indians closer Chris Perez. After a lengthy review, Hernandez did not overturn the call. Interestingly enough after the game he didn't