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Would You Be a Good Umpire?
by Mark Lichtenstein
When there is a close play in the World Series, everyone's eyes are on the umpires. Umpires don't just "call balls and strikes"; they have to interpret the strike zone, listen for the sound of a ball landing in a glove while watching a foot hit a bag, and review video to determine obstruction. Do you have what it takes?