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Tech Series: Instant replay changes the sports viewing landscape

Tech Series: Instant replay changes the sports viewing landscape | Instant Replay Research Paper | Scoop.it
Philip Spadoro | Investigative Series: Technology, Opinion, Sports
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Poll: Most MLB players approve of umpires, don't want replay - USATODAY.com

Poll: Most MLB players approve of umpires, don't want replay - USATODAY.com | Instant Replay Research Paper | Scoop.it
The scene is replayed almost every night in the major leagues: an irate player venting over an umpire's call. Safe or out, fair or foul, ball or strike. Beneath the angry words, flying saliva and even the occasional physical contact with an umpire...
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Rick Gazzo's comment, March 21, 2013 1:10 PM
This is credible because it is the opinion of the actual players.
Rick Gazzo's comment, March 21, 2013 1:12 PM
Like I said in one of the previous comments on a different article, the players need a consistant rhythm of every single at bat. If this was disturbed the player will step out to get back into rhythm causing even more of a delay.
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Baseball Doesn't Need Instant Replay, It Needs More Steve Palermo

Baseball Doesn't Need Instant Replay, It Needs More Steve Palermo | Instant Replay Research Paper | Scoop.it
The last 12 months of baseball have given proponents of expanding the use of instant replay within Major League Baseball plenty of ammunition. The evidence to support instant replay is undeniably growing...
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Rick Gazzo's comment, March 21, 2013 1:06 PM
This article is credible because it is the opinion of a former major league umpire. He says he does not think that technology is needed to make the calls more accurate.
Rick Gazzo's comment, March 21, 2013 1:07 PM
Steve Palermo believes that communication between all of the umps on the field is the best way to make the calls more accurate.
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Should MLB Expand Use of Instant Replay?

Should MLB Expand Use of Instant Replay? | Instant Replay Research Paper | Scoop.it
Blown Call Depriving Armando Galarraga of Perfect Game Revives Debate
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Rick Gazzo's comment, March 20, 2013 1:32 PM
This article is from CBS a trusted news site across the country. This article back up my theory that replay is not necessary and would delay the game.
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Open Mikes: Should MLB expand instant replay? - USATODAY.com

Open Mikes: Should MLB expand instant replay? - USATODAY.com | Instant Replay Research Paper | Scoop.it
Have we tolerated blatant blown calls in baseball for too long? USA TODAY's Michael McCarthy says yes. After watching endless TV replays of the blown call heard round the world, baseball needs to expand its limited use of instant replay.
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Rick Gazzo's comment, March 20, 2013 1:27 PM
This article is from a major national news company. There are articles to both sides on the topic. I will use the pro replay and counter its ideas, and the anti replay to support my side.
Tami Yaklich's comment, March 27, 2013 11:16 AM
Good job evaluating sources!
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MLB Doesn’t Need Instant Replay | Atlanta Baseball Talk

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This is coming from a fans perspective.  He is saying that the more replay stretches out the game, the quicker he loses interest.

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Against replay in baseball

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An irrational, illogical, and irrepressible discourse against the expansion of instant replay in Major League Baseball
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This article is from a very popular website in the basball community.  I will use this to explain some of this authors views on the topic.

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Would Instant Replay Ruin Baseball? Derek Jeter Knows It Would, Do You?

Would Instant Replay Ruin Baseball? Derek Jeter Knows It Would, Do You? | Instant Replay Research Paper | Scoop.it
It makes me chuckle. Really, it does. I sit back and listen to people, both fans and broadcasters whine and moan about instant replay in baseball. They point fingers at Derek Jeter’s infamous home run in 1996 against the Baltimore Orioles...
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Rick Gazzo's comment, March 21, 2013 1:09 PM
Derek Jeter, a player who has been in the game for a very long time does not think replay would benefit the game. He understands more than anyone that rhythm is important in the game of baseball, and replays would cause delays that would ruin all rhythm and kill all momentum any team has.
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Just Say No to Instant Replay for Major League Baseball

(Greg's Note: This will most likely be the last post on the topic (at least until MLB does something about it) but since there were already a couple pro replay posts I figured it would be good to put up this one from JGavriel that shows a different...
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Rick Gazzo's comment, March 20, 2013 1:34 PM
This article is from a website that is all about opposing views.
Rick Gazzo's comment, March 20, 2013 1:35 PM
The guy is proving that baseball is a game like no other, and involves rhythm. I have played baseball all my life and i know this from experience that replay would only ruin the rhythm of the batter and throw off the whole game
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Is MLB Surviving Without Instant Replay?

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-- This wasn't Little League, so Dewayne Wise wasn't about to fess up. Sportsmanship only goes so far when you're wearing pinstripes and playing in Yankee Stadium.
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Rick Gazzo's comment, March 20, 2013 1:29 PM
This is from a national news site. I will use this to prove that not even technology can be accurate 100 % of the time.
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Muller: Baseball Doesn’t Need More Instant Replay - CBS Chicago

Muller: Baseball Doesn’t Need More Instant Replay - CBS Chicago | Instant Replay Research Paper | Scoop.it
There are certain things in life that you just don’t mess with. You don’t add a strobe light to the flame of the Statue of Liberty because it is more “modern.”
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Instant replay would ruin the "human element" of the game that most fans love so much.  Baseball is the only professional sport that has been kept pure, do you really want to ruin that with technology?

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