Major League Baseball is becoming the shrinking game.
First, a runner starts on second when games reach extra innings.
And, Thursday it was determined doubleheaders in this pandemic-riddled season will be played for seven innings. Each. Game.
Jeff Passan of ESPN broke the news.
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Will be fascinating to see if teams can squeeze in seven innings in less than three hours. Twice, no less.
MLBPA executive director Tony Clark called deputy commissioner Dan Halem during the first doubleheader of the season Tuesday and said players might want to consider shortened twin bills this year. The union surveyed its members as…
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