Since the Tyler Colvin incident, followed within days by the Rangers’ Cliff Lee getting hit in the ear by a flying bat, the silence from relevant parties has been deafening.

The Players Association has continued to say absolutely nothing, and Commissioner Selig has had the gall to say that, after spending loads of money on consultants from Harvard and a Wisconsin tree association of some kind, that maple bats are breaking into shards only half as much as they used to. 
That’s great.
Of course rather than spending a ton of money on consultants, you could just ban the bats today and from tomorrow have no more injuries or risk of injuries from javelin-bats…
…nah, you’re right…let’s just wait for someone to get killed first.

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