ESPN Adds Live Strike Zone Graphic to MLB Broadcast, No One Likes It

Baseball games can get pretty long, so baseball broadcasts like to add some bells and whistles occasionally to spice things up a bit.

Everyone gets that.But no one watches baseball for bells and whistles. And on Sunday night, when ESPN used a transparent rectangle to represent the strike zone on every pitch of the Cubs season opener against the Cardinals, baseball fans did not like it.

Just when you thought you’d never see another cracker jack in your life, baseball’s back Just temper your prize expectations, they’re rarely wins Opening day is upon us, here are 5 of the most memorable opening days in 1946 Boston Braves fans sat in wet paint because the seats in the grand stands hadn’t had enough time to dry.That will make you choose the Red Sox over the Braves making them have to move to Milwaukee real fast. in 1940 Bob feller threw the only opening day no hitter for the Cleveland Indians. He then spent 4 years in combat duty as a gunner during ww2. Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier for the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947 going 0 for 3But that’s kind of not the point. Hank Aaron of the Atlanta Braves hit his 714th home run opening day 1974 tying Babe Ruth. and Aaron got there without the babe’s performance-enhancing hot dogs regimentIn 1910 William Taft was the first president to throw out an opening day first pitch. Since then every president has done it at least once during their term except Jimmy Carter.Maybe he was nervous, I get it. there’s a lot of attention on first pitches and that was even before memes and gifs.



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