Phillies pitcher Matt Strahm criticizes extended beer sales1 min read
With MLB games running shorter, at least five teams have extended alcohol sales past the traditional seventh-inning cutoff.
A pitcher with the Philadelphia Phillies is criticizing some Major League Baseball teams for extending alcohol sales with games running around 30 minutes shorter due to the sport’s new pitch clock.
Matt Strahm said Thursday on the Baseball Isn’t Boring podcast that teams should be moving the cutoff for beer sales up to the sixth inning, rather than stretching to the eighth or later, since fans will have less time to sober up and drive home.
At least six teams — the Houston Astros, Arizona Diamondbacks, Texas Rangers,…
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