How is MLB planning to address foreign-substance use by pitchers? | Get Up

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “How is MLB planning to address foreign-substance use by pitchers? | Get Up” – below is their description.

    Buster Olney joins Get Up to report on the latest efforts to curtail foreign substance use in baseball.

    0:00 Olney says it’s been no secret that pitchers use foreign substances, but feels since offensive numbers are down, the issue is taking center stage.

    0:55 How does a foreign substance crackdown compare to the steroid scandal in baseball?

    2:05 What happens next? What kind of enforcement is likely by umpires?

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