By Ken Reed

Every time MLB moves away from its history, tradition and nostalgia, the game doesn’t improve a little, it dies a little

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Baseball is a significantly different sport than football, basketball and hockey. It’s that uniqueness, and the tradition that comes from the fact that baseball has changed very little over the years, that accounts for a lot of its popularity.

“There’s no crying in baseball!” said Jimmy Dugan (played by Tom Hanks) in the movie A League of Their Own.

Well Jimmy, there’s no clock in baseball either. Or at least there shouldn’t be.

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