Tavish wrote:AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! My head asplode.
Relax guy, just because it's your opinion doesn't make it right.
Tavish wrote:Instant replay should not be used because there are other options that will have the same if not more of an impact.
Yeah get rid of yellow lines, I heard that. Not really the fix I was looking for.
Tavish wrote:Instant replay should not be used because there just as many ways to get it wrong as there ways are to get it right.
If I say using instant replay will solve 100% of the problems, does that make it so?
As long as it's better than what's going on now, it's a good thing in my opinion. Nothing is ever going to be perfect, but why not get it as perfect as you can?
Tavish wrote:Instant replay should not be used because those other options don't have that same type of downside.
The downside you just made up by saying there are just as many ways to get it wrong?
Your alleged downside is opinion on the future, not fact.
Tavish wrote:I really hope they get it right, but the MLB's track record is less than stellar at implementing changes.
This I understand and agree with you on.
Tavish wrote:Instead of looking at the other options the pro-replay crowd continues to do the exact same thing you are doing. You are making it out to be the end all and be all by completely ignoring any other solutions.
Again, no one is saying it's the end all solution but you.
It's a quick and simple fix that can be accessed on the rare occasion that it's needed.
Neither of us is going to convince the other, so I’ll leave it at this.
I love baseball more than anything in the world, and am all in favor of it maintaining it’s old-timey feel. However, this is one area in which I feel like it’s too easy to not make the improvement.