I Thought Major League Baseball Error Proofed Against This
Wednesday night's game between the Cincinnati Reds and the San Francisco Giants had some batter's box lines that would have been embarrassing on a Little League field (click here for better views and an article about this).
My first thought was “how hard is this to error proof?”
There are $99 devices that allow one to properly line up the batter's boxes so they are parallel to home plate.
I'm even more surprised that the home plate umpire let the crooked lines pass “final inspection,” allowing the game to start instead of having them re-drawn…
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