When the new baseball season gets underway at the end of the month, managers will get to challenge certain calls, which will be reviewed by a high-tech outfit in New York. But managers will just get one challenge a game–two if the first one is upheld–though umpires can review plays after the sixth inning.
After the jump, an explanation of the new rule, including a list of the plays that are reviewable. Also an excerpt from famed sportswriter Thomas Boswell defending the changes on the grounds that it will make for more strategy on the part of managers and more second-guessing on the part of fans. What do you think? [Read more...]