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The argument against Major League Baseball incorporating replay is inherently flawed. On the radio this morning, I heard Albert Pujols speak out against MLB expanding its use of replay to validate or overturn calls made by the umpires. Because I was driving, I couldn't jot down the exact quote. But the crux of his argument is that umpires can make mistakes, just like baseball players can make mistakes, and that they're trying just as hard as anyone else. The big problem with that line of thinking is that people don't go to sporting events to see umpires. Fans go to sporting events to watch the sport be played. Any involvement by the referees or umpires should only regulate the action, ensuring that rules are followed and infractions are punished as accurately ...

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