Bud Selig and Joe Torre and starting to prepare everyone for one of the biggest changes in MLB history. It's increasingly clear that a significantly expanded replay system will be in place in 2014—potentially reviewing all calls other than balls and strikes. This revolutionary move represents a major reversal by the Commissioner who has previously insisted on 19-century technology for a 21st-century game. Fair/foul calls and trapped catches will—at a minimum—be added. Even safe/out calls on the bases are currently on the table for consideration. The league is considering cutting-edge technologies currently being used in other sports—like the Hawk-Eye animation system and the TrackMan radar software. They are also considering using the NHL model of a central replay location. In any event, get ready for a very different brand of baseball in 2014.