Yeah. Those are just things to keep people entertained at the ballpark during commercial breaks. They're fun, kid friendly, and don't add any additional
it's probably mlb wanting some way to claw back bonuses upon a fraud being detected.
Throw to first base only time per batter to hold a runner on.
Issue an intentional walk without actually having to throw the 4 pitches.
I can see why, also. In addition, the US is known as an extremely litigious country, and MLB has a lot of money. So, it's probably SOP from their lawyers.
The player is cleared by the government to sign. That player then signs and is paid. It just doesn't make any sense the employer would be held responsible
With the Yanks/Dodgers/Sox/Angels all reportedly in the mix for Moncada, MLB will most likely have to cave in sooner rather than later.