Inside MLB’s replay center

The Boston Globe’s excellent sports section takes us inside MLB’s new $2.5 million replay center, which will be used to provide replay footage to umpires working all MLB games.

You can slow a picture down so much that you can see the grains of sand and the clay around the bag. You can see whether or not a person has shaved that day,” Solomon said. “The commissioner has come around and he’s embraced it, because the technology is undeniable. I’m sure there was a time when all of us watched baseball on black and white TVs. Now I bet you everybody in the room has a high-def TV.

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