Granted, there is limited replay (fair/foul and home runs) in the regular season and more in the playoffs, but the MLB refuses to institute it to the point that it could correct some verrrrry controversial calls. Most agree it is needed for close plays (was a player safe or not) and not for balls and strikes.
The heads of baseball feel that baseball would lose its human element. That the joy of baseball is going to a game and not having it interrupted with constant play stoppage to review calls. That the games are long enough. All of it is like a death grip on an outdated premise.
That is exactly why it will never change until it costs a team a championship.
What all of these issues have in common is one thing: They are controlled by the almighty dollar. All of these issues were created or have remained due to the amount of revenue they created. To put it simply, if you want change, stop giving them your support.
So unless you are going to boycott for change to happen, then do us all a favor and simply pipe down if you are going to continue to follow the lemmings off the cliff. At least it will be a quiet fall.
Now go enjoy the Super Bowl.