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Players React to MLB's Crack Down on Pitchers' Use of "Sticky" Substances

MLB will begin banning pitchers for 10 games for applying foreign substances to balls, starting June 21. The league announced the guidance via a memo on Tuesday. One former MVP applauded the move as a way to even the playing field and eliminate an unfair competitive advantage. But Cy Young winner Tyler Glasnow blamed the new rules for contributing to an elbow injury that could keep him out for the next year. Another Cy Young winner, Max Scherzer, argued certain substances should be legal.

Players React to MLB's Crack Down on Pitchers' Use of "Sticky" Substances

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