The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Baseball Committee Aims to Speed Up Majors

    It’s not cricket, but it’s getting there. Baseball games have become so lengthy that they’re starting to resemble their overseas cousins, which last for days. Now, the MLB has stepped up and impaneled officials to speed things up. The culprits? Pitchers and batters engaged in stalling psychological warfare, long between-inning commercials and managers’ innumerable personnel changes. But league committees are also known for going extra innings, especially when faced with such a sticky wicket.

    Uproxx, NBC

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