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MLB's New Replay System Successful On Opening Day With Total Of Five Reviewed Calls
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SOME ISSUES STILL TO IRON OUT: In N.Y., Benjamin Hoffman notes there was concern prior to Twins-White Sox that "blown fuses could affect the ability to use the replay system, but the problems were resolved in time for the game" (N.Y. TIMES, 4/1). Also in N.Y., Ken Davidoff notes when Nationals manager Matt Williams "used his challenge" in the top of the 10th against the Mets, the Citi Field scoreboard "didn’t note the play was under review, and the game went forward with minimal buzz about what had just transpired." The fans at the ballpark are "supposed to be clued into the process" (N.Y. POST, 4/1).