NEW YORK (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers aren’t going to face any discipline from Major League Baseball over the laser flap at Citi Field last weekend.
MLB didn’t find a violation during the Dodgers’ weekend series against the New York Mets. Other media outlets reported the decision earlier Thursday.READ MORE: LA Officially Bids To Host Games For 2026 World Cup
The Mets wanted MLB to look into how the Dodgers were using a laser range-finder to set defensive positioning in the outfield before a game, and whether they were marking the field for shifts.READ MORE: New $500M Skyscraper Proposed For Sunset Blvd. In Hollywood
MLB has told teams that using electronic devices is OK before games, but not during play. MLB also has informed clubs that they can’t leave anything on the field.MORE NEWS: Buy Them Now: Shoppers Urged To Get A Jump On The Holidays Due To Global Shipping Problems
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