MLB teams are now regularly using the infield shift, a defensive tactic from the past to stop hitters who hit a volume of balls in one direction. Many feel the implementation of the strategy is cheap and robs the fans of more home runs. Others think it's just smart baseball and opposing hitters should be more complete hitters if they don't like the shift. What do you think? ⚾
Should MLB ban the defensive shift?
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