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SBD/Issue 165/Leagues & Governing Bodies
MLB To Study Safety Of Shatter-Prone But Popular Maple Bats
Published May 16, 2008
|MLB Looking Into Safety Issues
Caused By Shatter-Prone Maple Bats
TV TALKS POSTPONED: In Raleigh, Roger Van Der Horst reports MLB owners also brought up the issue of getting "more games on television in outlying areas," including getting MASN in North Carolina, but they postponed a "more detailed discussion until their next meetings in September." MLB President & COO Bob DuPuy was expected to participate in the discussions, but he missed the meeting after leg surgery (Raleigh NEWS & OBSERVER, 5/16).