Ray Lewis: Pass Interference Review 'Going To Kill The Flow Of A Game'Inside The NFL analyst and football legend Ray Lewis looks at how pass interference review will affect the game this season.
Instant Replay Launches At N.J. High School Football GamesOnce banned in New Jersey high school games, replay technology is being piloted this season at 64 high schools.
Video Review Coming To Major League Soccer In AugustMajor League Soccer will begin using video review for all matches on Aug. 5.
Schmeelk: A Solution To The Huge Flaw In The NBA Replay SystemOn Tuesday night we saw why replay in the NBA doesn’t always work the way it is designed.
Yankees' Teixeira Voices Displeasure With MLB's Replay RulesThe idea of replay is to get the calls on the field right, and so far Major League Baseball has done a pretty good job of doing just that. However, there have been certain "gray areas" that have forced umpires into tough spots.
Radio Free Montone: Play Ball! In North America opening day was a night game. On the morning of the Mets opener at CitiField it was snowing. It was also still March.
Palladino: Watching Baseball Gets Harder Every YearNow that we know who will head to NY/NJ for a well-organized, productive Super Bowl week that could lead one, last, entertaining Sunday, we can explore another sport that has followed a different path.
MLB's Expanded Replay Gets High Marks From Bochy, ScherzerEver since the game was invented, before television or even radio existed, baseball counted on the eyes and ears of umpires on the field. Starting this season, many key decisions will be made in a studio far away.
MLB Approves Expanded Replay Starting This Season Each manager will be allowed to challenge at least one call per game. If he's right, he gets another challenge. After the seventh inning, a crew chief can request a review on his own.
Pete Rose Slams MLB's Decision To Eliminate Home Plate CollisionsMets general manager Sandy Alderson, chairman of the rules committee, made the announcement Wednesday at the winter meetings. Player safety and concern over concussions were major factors in the decision.
MLB Owners Vote To Move Ahead With Expanded ReplayRob Manfred, MLB's chief operating officer, said present and former umpires likely would make the decisions on contested calls after reviewing video in New York.
Joe Torre Has 'No Aspiration' To Be Next MLB CommissionerFormer Yankees manager Joe Torre doesn't see himself becoming the next commissioner of Major League Baseball. But he'd think about it.
Mets Looking Forward To Expanded Replay Following Controversial Loss"It's tough," Niese said. "Obviously (if) we were playing next year we wouldn't be in that situation. That's the beauty of replay and how necessary it is. It is what it is. (Layne) made the call, and we just got to get over it and come back after the off-day."
Palladino: Expanded Replay Threatens MLB’s Human ArbitersWelcome to the NFL, MLB! In case the tone here is confusing, let us clarify. This is not a good thing. Not at all.
MLB Managers Expected To Be Allowed To Challenge Calls Beginning In 2014Commissioner Bud Selig called it a historic moment for the game in a press conference in Cooperstown after two days of meetings with representatives of the 30 teams. The proposal is to be voted on by the owners in November.