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Rob Manfred says baseball won't institute a pitch clock — but only if the players agree to other measures to speed up games

No pitch clock after all? Major League Baseball is willing to forgo a pitch clock this season if the players’ union agrees on other measures to speed games, Commissioner Rob Manfred said Thursday. Manfred said the league instead would restrict mound visits and shorten commercial breaks, among other...
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