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La Russa Happy With Early Results On MLB's Replay System, But Concerns Still Exist04 / 15 / 14
After two weeks and 185 games of the MLB season, there have been 84 calls reviewed under the league's new replay system, and of those, 28 calls (33%) "have been reversed," according to Jayson Stark of ESPN.com. Former Cardinals manager Tony La Russa, who serves on a replay subcommittee of ...
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