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Atlantic League umpires: Computerized strike zone not ready for MLB

1 month ago   |   By Yardbarker

Major League Baseball will begin testing a computerized strike zone during spring training this season, but those most familiar with the system believe it isn't close to ready for use in MLB games. Strike zone technology has been tested in the independent Atlantic League, and that technology will be tested this spring at the MLB level. Atlantic League umpires, however, told Bob Klapisch of the New York Times that the system simply is not ready for meaningful competition. It's been suggested that this technology may be in use at the highest levels of the minors as soon as 2021 ahead of its...
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Bears raising ticket prices in 2020

1 month ago   |   By Pro Football Talk

It will cost a bit more to watch the Bears next season than it did in 2019. The team announced on Friday that they will be raising the prices of tickets in all sections of Soldier Field for the 2020 season. There will be an overall average increase in 2020 season ticket prices is 3.9
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Seattle Mariners announce $5 value games for 2020 MLB season

1 month ago   |   By Seattle Pi

There will be a limited number of tickets in the centerfield bleachers available for just $5 in 10 games spanning from March to May, the club said. During these value games, there will also be concessions and Team Store merchandise available to fans at $5 per item.
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