Forbes sports contributor Maury Brown discusses his interview with MLB commissioner Rob Manfred about ideas to speed up the pace of baseball games. From recent rule changes to a look at possibly shortening the length of TV commercials between innings.
Forbes sports contributor Maury Brown stops by to discuss his interview with MLB commissioner Rob Manfred about speeding up baseball games, possibly by reducing the time devoted to TV commercials. Portland resident Brown also discusses the Mariners and their upcoming season.
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