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  1. Losing 5 HOFers in the span of two months is kind of amazing mathematically and I would venture to guess is unprecedented.
  2. Also, unless the regular season is dramatically shortened, the World Series is going to be all in November, necessitating another horrible idea: the neutral-site World Series.
  3. Shocker, the owners are going after cash in their pockets now and looking to make the 16-team format permanent. The only hope is that the players' union sees how this totally takes away the incentive for teams to sign high-end free agents and draws a line here.
  4. Since taking a 6-3 lead on Mets on Wednesday night, the Orioles have scored two runs in 28 innings.
  5. Ump is horrible. Mountcastle should be standing in there with a 2-1 count.
  6. A little lackadaisical by Mountcastle.
  7. Moot point now, but no. It has to be nine innings.
  8. It would be pretty funny if Cole threw seven no-hit innings and was denied history because of the 2020 doubleheader rules.
  9. So maybe Cobb should have warmed up more? This could still be a close game if those first twenty pitches had happened in the bullpen.
  10. Would have been cool with a Hanser trying a bunt there.
  11. Thank God the bullpen only has to cover six innings.
  12. No ground balls, no swings and misses. Cobb has nothing today.
  13. I think it would have been pretty dramatic to replace the catcher in what, the third inning? Anyway, it's a pretty big swing. If the Orioles and Blue Jays had won last night, I would have said split the Yankees series, but even winning one out of four doesn't kill you. Now I think losing this Yankees series 3-1 would effectively end the season.
  14. Can Stewart play first base? When Hays comes back it would be nice to keep Stewart and Mullins in the regular lineup.
  15. Honestly, now that ballparks are increasingly giant malls with a baseball game in the middle, it's an open question whether owners actually want games to be shorter. Sure, they'll happily put in the extra-innings rule to eliminate those late nights where fans have stopped buying things or left altogether and they still have to pay ballpark staff, but what's their incentive to get to the seventh inning in under two hours? That only cuts into the amount of beer they can sell. The national networks like NBC or CBS that no longer want anything to do with baseball might object to games that last four hours, but now that the games are all on regional sports networks and the playoffs are on basic cable, what's the problem? I'm sure YES would rather have a Yankee game that goes 3:30 than a three hour game and 30 minutes of an old Tino Martinez interview.
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