The chip designer, Intel, has announced that it’s bringing 360-degree replay technology to MLB games. This technology will first be introduced on July 10th during the 2016 MLB All-Star Week at San Diego’s Petco Park.
The 360-degree replay technology includes 28 cameras strung around the field to show plays from nearly every angle possible. There is absolutely NO excuse for umpires and other league officials to get any call wrong.
Unfortunately, this is only for the All-Star Week activities, as there are no intentions of using it at any other game this season.
Now if only the NFL utilized this technology. Lets not hold our breath, Roger Goodell has other priorities.