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(USA Today)   MLB will now wait on robot umpires and a longer mound distance. Although pitching underhand to Chris Davis still being considered   (usatoday.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Major League Baseball, Baseball, second test, Star break, distance change, radar-tracking technology, Atlantic League, NEW YORK  
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2019-04-12 10:19:13 PM  
Angel Hernandez must be relieved
 
2019-04-12 11:11:59 PM  
If the slow-pitch fails for Davis, they can just put a T-ball tee there for him.  Then they could play a soundclip of Gilbert Gottfried screaming "YOU FOOL!" to psyche him out.
 
2019-04-13 12:19:40 AM  
boo. and I'd only give even odds on Davis being able to hit this.

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2019-04-13 09:27:54 AM  
This is not a follow up. It is an exact repeat of the same AP story posted on PennLive a few days ago.

https://m.fark.com/comments/10381313?​f​rom_page=sports&page=new#new
 
2019-04-13 02:38:20 PM  
Bugs Bunny players shuffling around the bases.gif
 
2019-04-13 03:58:33 PM  

mattgsx: This is not a follow up. It is an exact repeat of the same AP story posted on PennLive a few days ago.

https://m.fark.com/comments/10381313?f​rom_page=sports&page=new#new


And every version will still use Angel Hernandez as the stock photo for accompaniment.
 
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