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- Will Rose, Bulls be big in 2014-15?
- No ''I'' in Team USA hoops?
- LeBron James chooses No. 23
- Lakers to hire Byron Scott
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- Marshawn Lynch to hold out
- Andrew Wiggins for Kevin Love?
- An NFL team in Los Angeles?
- Rory McIlroy wins Open Championship
- MLB second half predictions?
- 2014 MTV Video Music Awards
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- Germany wins 2014 World Cup
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- 2014 NBA draft reaction?
- NFL 2014 over/unders
- NFL releases 2014 schedule
OK with home plate collision ban?
The long-debated ban on home plate collisions has gone through, but such plays aren't 100 percent illegal. In what will be a one-year experiment, the rule allows collisions if the catcher already has the ball and is blocking the runner's path to the plate, or if the catcher can't avoid entering the base path to field a throw. Runners also must make a good-faith effort to touch the plate, rather than purposefully crashing into the catcher. All of this will be a judgment call made by the umpire. What do you think of the decision?