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Subject:  Re: Isn't that illegal? It should be . . . Date:  10/7/2007  7:24 PM
Author:  aos111 Number:  34021 of 56822

The Cardinals have done this for years. I can only assume every MLB team has a similar setup. Just watch any MLB dugout of a batter disappearing into the locker room chances are they're reviewing an at bat. BTW the importance isn't the ump strike zone which is subject to change,but keying on a pitcher possibly giving a tip to a pitch and how you're swinging the bat.

Unlike the NFL it isn't against the rules so I don't see this as a big deal.

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