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Should MLB start extra innings with a runner on second base?

Minor League Baseball is testing a new rule that would automatically place a runner on second base during extra innings. The rule is designed to speed up the game and help avoid over-taxing players. Supporters of the rules say change can be a good thing. Baseball purists are up in arms against the rule because they see the "so-called problem" part of what makes baseball beautiful. It's not a bug, it's a feature. What do you think? ⚾️

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There are a lot of great things about baseball, but long games aren't one of them. No one wants to sit through a 16-inning snoozer. As fun as baseball is, having to watch that struggle is too much to bear. These rules are designed to mercifully end the game quickly, so fans aren't driven insane by a matchup that goes on and on forever. Baseball purists should get off their high horses and embrace the change.

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There's changing the game and then there's ruining it. Automatically giving a team a runner in scoring position to start extra innings is the latter. Just because you want to speed up the game doesn't mean you do the work for the teams. Competition is about earning wins. Don't sacrifice the integrity of the game to appease fans who don't truly appreciate the sport. MLB should not embrace this change.

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