Changes Should Spur Creative Ideas

The player-development changes being pushed through by Major League Baseball have stimulated hours of discussion and debate in the halls of Baseball America. Imagine the possibilities. A scouting combine? A revamped short-season schedule? Instructional league for every team? It will change the way we cover the game, and the way you follow it. The inevitable questions we come to, though, are: Are these changes going to do what they're designed to do? Are there more ideas or different ideas that could do more? And in the end, are teams going to go for it?

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