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Matt Foley

How would you fix baseball?

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Salary Cap.

poo can the DH.

Ice Cold $5 beers.

Done.

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The Giants won, I see nothing that needs fixin'

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Get rid of Selig.

Shorten the season by about 2 weeks.

Stop the All Star Game counts nonsense.

Give managers 2 challenges for bad calls. (I've come around to new-fangled thinkin)

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How would I fix baseball? I thought the White Sox did that in 1919.

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Keeping players in the box between pitches would help a lot with game time. Players don't need to undress in between each pitch. Dead time between pitches and innings is really the only thing I can think to change without changing the actual face of the game. Baseball is a game you need to understand to really appreciate a 2-1 game. It's hard for a casual fan to understand how impressive a pitcher is unless he happens to light up the radar gun.

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Have every baseball fan also be a Panther fan. "Pitchers and catchers report" day can't come too early.

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get rid of the cheap ass owners and bring in guys who will spend and spend and spend

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