Found July 23, 2012 on The Victory Formation:
PLAYERS: Bud Selig
According to a radio interview with Bud Selig, there really is no desire for any more replay in Major League Baseball.  From anybody.  Players, coaches, umpires, owners.  Nobody wants more replay. This is astonishing to me.  If any sport suffers from a need for more replay, it’s baseball.  With so many “bang-bang” plays, and with [...]
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