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Sources: MLB Plans To Revise Instant Replay Rules; Manfred To Meet With Union RepsPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 01 / 17
MLB plans to “revise the instant replay review rules” for this season, according to sources cited by Bob Nightengale of USA TODAY. Managers will be “required to signal within 30 seconds whether or not they plan to issue a replay challenge.” If a challenge is issued, the ...
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