A couple of the quotes from Bud in this link are mindboggling: "We're analyzing things," Selig said. "Our committee said we need to study it more, maybe have a few more months of study. But from the numbers that I heard, of the controversial tough plays, they got something like 98 percent right." Study what more? That umpires are getting calls wrong? That 2% of controversial calls are wrong? Way too many. Oh, and: "We'll continue to look at it. I'm not going to say no," he said. "Baseball is a game of pace, and there's no question it's a game of pace, and therefore one has to be very sensitive." Right. Because the pace of games is speeded up when managers have five-minute arguments, instead of having a replay get the call right in 30 seconds. I keep hoping that a bad call will go against the Yankees in this year's postseason and maybe directly cost them a game. Then we'd get replay.