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Paul Sullivan: Changes are coming to baseball, but fans deserve report why they will be implemented

Commissioner Rob Manfred announced in May a reconstituted 16-member competition committee formed to address subjects such as the pace of game and roster sizes.

Baseball owners, managers, a couple of former players and executives, including Cubs President Theo Epstein, had conference calls to discuss the game's most pressing issues, which now presumably includes the debate over whether expanded netting at ballparks should be mandatory instead of optional.

Obviously there have been no changes implemented

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