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I was fascinated <Speech_Music_Female> by a piece in the New York <Speech_Female> Times by Danielle <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Allen. 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The diamondbacks <Speech_Music_Female> Brad Ziegler <Speech_Music_Female> and most <Speech_Music_Female> recently the Astros <Speech_Music_Female> Joe Smith <Speech_Music_Female> notably. <Speech_Music_Female> All <Speech_Music_Female> of those players are relievers <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> because of their niche abilities. <Speech_Female> Sidearm <Speech_Female> or submarine pitchers <Speech_Female> only come into games <Speech_Music_Female> to face specific <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> batters <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> which is why are they might be <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> marginalized even more <Speech_Female> now that. Mova's <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> implemented rules <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> requiring relief <Speech_Female> pitchers to face <Speech_Female> at least three <Speech_Female> batters before the <Speech_Music_Female> removed <Speech_Female> making it less likely <Speech_Female> for managers to call <Speech_Music_Female> on a specialist <Speech_Female> an unusual pitch <Speech_Female> which means <Speech_Female> they might be facing <Speech_Female> extinction unless <Speech_Female> they can make a <Speech_Female> case that they're more <Speech_Female> than just a side show <Speech_Female> which I <Speech_Female> hope is possible <Speech_Female> because baseball is more <Speech_Music_Female> fun. When <SpeakerChange> you've got guys <Speech_Music_Female> changing it up. <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> I mean times and this <Speech_Female> has been. 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