Major League Baseball’s institution of the new pitch clock has created some confusion about the future of the sport. Pitchers and batters alike have roughly a month to adjust before the regular season starts. Already, spring training game times are clocking in marginally shorter than usual. With games set to be quicker, questions arise about everything from the pace of play to beer sales.
On Tuesday’s Toucher & Rich program—Fred, Rich, and Wallach ask Tara Sullivan, Boston Globe sports columnist, questions about baseball’s newest invention.
Parts of conversation abbreviated for clarity.