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Old Wed Jun 09, 2010, 01:41pm
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Do you believe it would be if it went in as I detailed earlier in this thread? I too see lots of pitfalls available should IR get expanded, but I do believe it could be expanded and the game made better without risking the integrity of the game.

If you guys remember, there was a LOT of resistance in football circles when the NFL first began IR. There were some problems, some wrinkles, and even some decrying it as the end of the sport. The same arguments were made then - "The human element must be kept in the game, etc". And today, it's an accepted part of the game, and I don't believe very many people would currently consider it a negative.
FWIW, NFL owners did vote out IR at one time. It was reinstated a couple of years later. Anyway, the head coach doesn't throw the red flag until he gets some sort of replay input from the coaches' booth most of the time. Kind of takes out the human element to me.
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Old Mon Jun 21, 2010, 04:58am
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Replay Update

In an exclusive and expansive survey of major leaguers conducted by USA TODAY and The Sports Xchange from June 4 to 14, 55% of 584 players who participated said they were against expanding the use of replay as opposed to 43% in favor of it. Each was offered anonymity, but many commented.

"Wow … I find (the results) very interesting," Selig told USA TODAY in a telephone interview Saturday.


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Poll: Most MLB players approve of umpires, don't want replay - USATODAY.com
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