By Rich Dubroff
Major League Baseball owners are meeting this week, and while commissioner Rob Manfred has the power to unilaterally order the implementation of new “pace of game” rules, he’s reportedly going to wait to see if he can reach agreement with the MLB Players Association on the changes.
MLB wants a 20-second clock between pitches and a 30-second clock between batters. They also want to limit mound visits by any manager, coach or player to one per pitcher in each inning.
Some of the proposed rules changes aren’t popular with Orioles players.
Read about why from our friends over at PressBox.
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