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Is the solution to baseball's pace problem a rule that's already on the books?

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April 16, 2014 11:08 am

Overthinking It: Does Baseball Have a Pace Problem?

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Ben Lindbergh

Time of game and time between pitches.

On June 13, 2012, in a close but otherwise unmemorable game at Great American Ball Park between the Reds and Indians, Joey Votto and Derek Lowe reminded us what baseball is missing:

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June 5, 2012 10:00 am

Overthinking It: Derek Lowe's Deadball Era

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Ben Lindbergh

Cleveland Indians starter Derek Lowe is turning back the clock on his career by pitching like Grover Cleveland is President.

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On Opening Day, the action is new, but the jokes are old.

There’s a Robert Frost poem called “Icewater Puddles” that you’ve probably read. It’s about a young husband who walks slowly along a snowy path to his factory job each day but then races back home in the evening, because he’s so excited to see his wife. The closing couplet is, of course, this:

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