Major League Baseball has proposed to return to a 15-day list of disabilities and increase the time that players usually have to spend in leagues, a man familiar with the negotiations, says the Associated Press, actions aimed at reducing use Relief
As part of the plan, a player who has been chosen will have to spend at least 15 days in the leagues, up from 10. Yankees over the past few years are among the most aggressive in such deals.
Man spoke on condition of anonymity on Wednesday, as plans are not publicly disclosed.
The minimum amount of time that a injured player has spent on a disability list has been cut from 15 days to 10 in 2016 as part of the new baseball contract. As a result, the placement of DL has increased from 563 in 201
Expanded analysts showed team leaders that launching pitchers was less successful in the third time
The increased use of the DL option and the secondary league led to a team strategy that revolves around their midgets with their small affiliates, to have more affordable pitchers every day. The teams even started using reels as "opening" players to start last season's matches, a racing trend.
The nine inning games averaged 3 hours, 44 seconds last year, from 3:05:11 in 2017, and the mound visits without a change in the decline fell to an average of 4.01 from 7.41.