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March 27, 2015 6:00 am
An offseason filled with sugestions of change following another year of stifled offense brings about a familiar feeling.
What’s troubling baseball, though, is a fear: People may admire good pitching, but how long will they pay to see it? –Joseph Durso, The New York Times, May 1968
Managers have come up with new strategic concepts. The main difference is that they now platoon their pitchers... Fresh pitchers keep streaming in. Once upon a time a hitter could adjust to a pitcher after he’d come to bat a couple of times and the pitcher was beginning to tire. Now they get no chance to tire and the hitter has no opportunity to adjust. The game has become one-sided. –Former Yankees All-Star shortstop Tony Kubek, July 1968
February 18, 2015 6:00 am
What the staff would do if we spent a little time in Rob Manfred's shoes.
Running through the notable quotes from the week that was.
ROB MANFRED NAMED COMMISSIONER-ELECT
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Ben and Sam talk to Andy McCullough about the latest legal developments in the Alex Rodriguez saga, the A-Rod episode of 60 Minutes, and more.