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ICYMI: Ballpark security to increase by 2015

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Jan 27, 2014 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

This one kind of slipped past me last week. Here’s Ron Blum from The Associated Press with the details…

Yankees Baseball RiveraNEW YORK (AP) – Entering a big league ballpark will be a bit like going through an airport by 2015.

Major League Baseball has told its 30 teams they must implement security screening for fans by then, either with hand-held metal detection or walk-through magnetometers.

“This procedure, which results from MLB’s continuing work with the Department of Homeland Security to standardize security practices across the game, will be in addition to bag checks that are now uniform throughout MLB,” baseball spokesman Michael Teevan said Tuesday.

The Seattle Mariners announced Tuesday that fans entering Safeco Field will have to walk through metal detectors starting with this year’s opener.

Boston, the New York Mets, Oakland, Pittsburgh and San Francisco were among the teams that experimented with screening at times last year. Security gained more intense focus after three people were killed and more than 260 wounded in when two bombs were set off at the Boston Marathon finish line.

“We conducted testing of these measures at the All-Star game and at both World Series venues last year, and we were pleased that it was effective and received without issue from fans,” Teevan said.

MLB is being assisted by CEIA USA Ltd., which manufactures walk-through metal detectors, and the security company GSIS.

Big league teams have generally limited bags that fans bring to 16 inches by 16 inches by 8 inches.

In an effort to increase security this season, the NFL limited the size and type of bags fans can bring to games. With the exception of medically necessary items, only clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags no larger than 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches have been allowed. One-gallon clear plastic freezer bags also were permitted along with clear plastic bags approximately the size of someone’s hand.

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109 Responses to “ICYMI: Ballpark security to increase by 2015”

  1. Howler January 27th, 2014 at 10:08 pm

    That is going to make such a joy getting into stadiums…expect the long lines.

  2. PhiltheThrill January 27th, 2014 at 10:13 pm

    More infrastructure from the department of fascism.

  3. Jerkface January 27th, 2014 at 10:26 pm

    If Tanaka’s split isn’t on, he can go to his slider which is also an above average to plus pitch or a 2 seam fastball. He has a change and a curve too but both are average to below average.

    Its not like he is a 2 pitch pitcher that can’t get it done without his split, and the one thing his teammates/scouts have said is he makes amazing in game adjustments.

  4. MTU January 27th, 2014 at 10:28 pm

    JF-

    We’re on the same page.

    Have a good night.

    ;)

  5. grouchonyy January 27th, 2014 at 10:37 pm

    It’s the uniformity I’m interested in. Will teams make their own rules that will be arbitrary. Already the Yankees ban iPads unlike all other parks I’ve been to. Will limits on cameras,lenses, and camera bags be put into place? Will all outside food other than water bottles be stopped. At some point “reasonable security” becomes unreasonable.

  6. Niblick January 27th, 2014 at 10:39 pm

    Can we leave our shoes on?

  7. Pat M. January 27th, 2014 at 10:39 pm

    Above average and plus pitches in Japan doesn’t mean it’ll translate in the Bigs over the long haul. I’ve watched Kuroda pitch in the States ever since he stepped off the plane, and while he’s been solid since arriving as a smart veteran pitcher he’s a very good # 3 type guy who can have real nice outings. And I was one of the few here who was selling Kuroda’s virtues a few seasons ago….LGY and I think Blake were pro- Kuroda not that any of that matters beyond the fact with high expectations generally comes above average disappointments

  8. Pat M. January 27th, 2014 at 10:41 pm

    Wonder if my TSA Pre-approval boarding pass will be accepted ???? I know of two people who have bailed on going over to Sochi for the Winter games

  9. blake January 27th, 2014 at 10:44 pm

    Uehara dominated the league with an 88 mph fastball and a good split…..he threw those two pitches like 95 % of the time and literally nobody could hit him.

    Now relieving is a different than starting of course but the main point is that a good split is giving current hitters fits because they just don’t see them that often.

    If Tanaka indeed has plus fastball command, a world class split and even just a league average slider I think he’s going to be very successful

  10. Pat M. January 27th, 2014 at 10:56 pm

    You’re begging blake

  11. pat January 27th, 2014 at 11:02 pm

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  12. Jerkface January 27th, 2014 at 11:08 pm

    Above average and plus pitches in Japan doesn’t mean it’ll translate in the Bigs over the long haul.

    ??? Stuff is universal. American scouts rate his 3 main pitches as 60+ on the scout scale. Thats not ’60 in japan’, its 60 period. Of course he isnt going to have a 1 ERA like he did in the NPB, but he has the skills to be a very good pitcher in the majors. One of the things that helps guys like Darvish and Tanaka is that major league hitters swing and miss a lot more than NPB lineups. Its no shock that Darvish has a higher K rate in MLB than in the NPB. Look for the same from Tanaka.

  13. Pat M. January 27th, 2014 at 11:21 pm

    Selective scouts Face, much like your usage of stats to support your argument, which is fine for those you don’t know better….Once again, The Vinny Scully , the drunk and the lamppost story. I do expect him to be fine here in the states, but I’ll be blown away if he goes beyond that to any great degree once he makes a few spins around the league. There’s also a reason why only a few Japanese hitters have made it here and why MLB guys go to Japan to rehab the stock or just to extend their careers. Other scouts have said that Tanaka will be good but not anywhere near 23 million per season good

  14. Revenge of Stoneburner January 27th, 2014 at 11:21 pm

    “Fortunately for Headley, the market should work in his favor. At the moment, the only third baseman under the age of 35 who is even remotely as talented as Headley and headed for free agency next winter is Pablo Sandoval, and there’s more than a few contenders with needs at the position. The Angels and Yankees might be looking for upgrades during or following the season, and the Dodgers, Pirates, and Nationals could all come calling if their current options fail or are moved across the diamond to first base. Now it’s up to Headley to build the demand.”

    Yanks should have their pick of 3b option at the latest next offseason

  15. PhiltheThrill January 27th, 2014 at 11:38 pm

    MLB players K more, thus Tanaka’s K rate will probably go up in MLB. Also, he was know to pitch to contact early over there, and he might decide that’s not a good idea over here, and that could lead to even more K’s. The splitter is just sick and so’s the control.

  16. Jerkface January 27th, 2014 at 11:49 pm

    That whole lamp post thing describes your approach to Tanaka more than mine. I’ve seen him pitch more than you, digested more information regarding him, and have more knowledge of the NPB scene than you. I can support an argument for Tanaka being good far better than you can support an argument that he will not be good. You talk about him as if you do not even know how he pitches or what he throws besides the split that MTU is drooling over.

    I think skepticism for his translation is ok. Moving from a weekly rotation to every 5 days is a big adjustment, but Tanaka is big, strong, and healthy. Should be no problem. He throws bullpens with mlb ball, he pitched in the WBC, he dominated the NPB as much as Darvish did and we saw that kind of domination translate. He has the stuff, everyone loves his makeup. Whats not to like?

    Do you really think a 3.75 ERA is ‘lofty’ for Tanaka? If he pitches as Kuroda, Iwakuma, Darvish, or Matsuzaka pitched in their first year he will meet or exceed a 3.75 ERA easy. Offense is down, everyone is striking out more than ever, and Tanaka has 2 of the best pitches to K american batters in his arsenal.

  17. Pat M. January 28th, 2014 at 12:14 am

    I hope I’m dead wrong on him Jerkface and he gives the Bombers 4 solid years and then he’ll have set a solid reason to re-up, however for those four seasons he’s getting what 23 million plus the two ten million dollar payments. You do the math that The Yanks are laying out for those first 4 seasons. A very costly gamble and then there’s the no trade

  18. Jerkface January 28th, 2014 at 12:21 am

    The deal is worth it if he is Kuroda for 4 years. its better than worth it if he mixes in some Darvish seasons. Its worth it if he is slightly worse than Kuroda for 4 years. They are paying a premium to get his 26-29 seasons. The only way you can get that from a stateside pitcher is to develop them, and good luck for the Yankees to do that effectively.

  19. Jerkface January 28th, 2014 at 12:22 am

    Plus maybe the Yankees pull what they did with CC and when he is obviously going to opt out they shut it down with an extension.

  20. Pat M. January 28th, 2014 at 12:27 am

    I’m trying hard to see this through your eyes Face

  21. coney1 January 28th, 2014 at 12:33 am

    http://www.nydailynews.com/blo.....ephen-drew

    Incredibly stupid and short-sighted if true. You’ve gone past $189M. Why stop now when there are holes to fill and still some good options out there. I particularly find the line about Chase Headley interesting. I feel they are no longer pursuing him because they don’t have a trade match with the Padres. However, if they DID have a match and failed to pull the trigger due to budgetary reasons, then they are colossal morons.

  22. Pat M. January 28th, 2014 at 12:42 am

    coney1….Yanks have made so many poor decisions over the past 3 winters and now they are paying tons of money just to stay competitive for the next few seasons. In short they are a mess. How can Cashman ( who I hardly dislike my pal Tin Cup and a few other esteemed LoHuders ) tell Yankee fans how they have scouted Tanaka in Japan the past 4-5 years and pass on the clear-cut superior talents Yu Darvish for less dough ???? Then there’s the Cubans, and the Holliday and Beltran fiasco’s dating back even further. This is an organization that needs to stay relevant so it can establish an even higher value so it can be sold before the end of this decade. The YES move was the first shoe to drop….

  23. Pat M. January 28th, 2014 at 12:50 am

    Clearly everyone has left the party so it’s time to say good night and Good Morning to Doreen and her Breakfast Club. Has The Cup been lurking at all ????

  24. coney1 January 28th, 2014 at 12:53 am

    Pat M,

    I’ve talked to folks in the industry that insist the Steinbrenner boys don’t know their a$%#es from a hole in the ground. And they keep toolboxes like Trost and Levine around to help with, as you said, preparing the team for sale. These same sources said that Cashman actually has a good baseball head on his shoulders but has been limited in his vision by this group of morons.

  25. Pat M. January 28th, 2014 at 1:18 am

    coney1, I was told by 3-4 guys who work for clubs that at the last winter meetings in 2013 in Florida that Cashman flat out told all his collogues that he lacks the juice to make anything without going through Levine, then Hal. No credit card allowances, everything requires approval. Not a way to run any club and certainly not the NY Yankees. Cashman has been the fall boy on this, but more and more it’s going out that the Suits are really without a plan that requires more than 1/2 a season and another 70-100 million, because chances are 50-50 that the great Derek Jeter, my favorite player of all time, is going to be able to play better then league average come 2014. That jury will me turning their verdict by Memorial Day……I don’t feel that Derek will embarrass himself, however it’ll be clear to him that roaming the challenging dirt that is MLB shortstop will prove to be too far removed from what he did so well. He’ll hit, hell run decently, but he’s going to be sore and will be missing games. Batter have a plan b, a plan c and maybe even a plan d for desperate, oh we have Nunuez

  26. coney1 January 28th, 2014 at 1:34 am

    Pat, they are clowns. Trust me, it IS exciting to see some new faces around a la Beltran, Ellsbury, McCann and Tanaka. But when the Yankees did this in 2009 with Sabathia, Swisher, Burnett, and Teixeira…they were adding to an already strong corp in Posada, Pettitte, Jeter, Rivera, Wang, Cano, A-Rod and some aging vets who were still producing in Damon and Matsui. And Kennedy, Hughes, and Joba still had promise. NOW they are basically buying players to stay relevant and there is NO corps with which to add to. Who is their corps now? Soon to be free agents Robertson and Gardner? A declining Sabathia? Nova? They have basically bought their corps rather than supplement it. And there are virtually no young, major league ready players in the minors. How much better would you feel about this team if they had a couple of infield studs in AAA ready to replace A-Rod and Cano? Hal and Bad Hair Levine and Co. wouldn’t know a solid business model if it b*#$ch slapped them in the face.

  27. Pat M. January 28th, 2014 at 1:48 am

    In mid summer back during the 2012 season that regardless who the Bombers do this upcoming October 2012 ( it was their clear shot to win it all ) when the season ended the needed to move Cano and Granderson and get some above average young players to help rebuild a foundation and to compliment the few hopefuls that are in the system , No Tampa, no Bosox, No Angels, no Texas as the road to the World Series is avoid of past demons for the most part….The rest is history

  28. pete2 January 28th, 2014 at 2:05 am

    I am on the Tanaka bandwagon, but with reports out of Japan that the ball there is different (feel, seams, athough the size and weight have now been changed to be the same) and seems to move differently, and the fact Tanaka will be pitching more often (every 5 days instead of once a week), I am prepared to be surprised.

    I do agree with Blake that the key for his success will be control of his FB and his splitter. So long as he has that he should be very good.

    Here is a scouting report on Daisuke in 2006. He had 4 pitches that were 60 or better. His CB was rated a 70 but was league average at best in MLB.

    http://prospectinsider.wordpre.....uzaka-rhp/

  29. Pat M. January 28th, 2014 at 2:22 am

    pete2…..According to that little Roto World, the writer of the piece is telling us that Dice-K has some real serious stuff, will go and throw for The Seattle Mariners and will be very good. In fairness to Dice-K, he was jacked around my the Boston Front Office, the handlers on the staff, so he a sew clips of brilliance but for the most part wasn’t even ordinary until his wing went Ka-boom. H e was impressive in The World Series though and had 1 nice season before things went so wrong

  30. blake January 28th, 2014 at 6:45 am

    Dice Ks problem wasn’t his stuff….it was that he couldn’t throw strikes and that he refused to challenge hitters…..that and injuries. Even in his good year he walked 5 per 9

  31. Triple Short of a Cycle January 28th, 2014 at 6:57 am

    RIP Pete Seeger

  32. blake January 28th, 2014 at 7:53 am

    Is there panic in the streets of the south yet with all this snow

  33. Poetkiosk January 28th, 2014 at 7:56 am

    I have a friend in SC who said that with an inch of snow the entire state is shut down.

  34. blake January 28th, 2014 at 7:57 am

    Poetkiosk says:
    January 28, 2014 at 7:56 am
    I have a friend in SC who said that with an inch of snow the entire state is shut down.

    Yup….panic

  35. RhapsodyInBlue January 28th, 2014 at 7:59 am

    Pat M. certainly doesn’t paint a good picture for 2014.

    Doesn’t expect much from Jeter or Tanaka.

    I respectfully disagree.

  36. blake January 28th, 2014 at 8:03 am

    I’m not sure what Jeter will be able to do…..I think he will hit if he’s healthy….his ability to play SS is greatly in question though.

    I think Tanaka is gonna surprise some folks

  37. Giuseppe Franco January 28th, 2014 at 8:06 am

    Awesome. It’s now 12 below in the Chicagoland area.

    When is this sh!t going to end?

    April can’t come fast enough.

  38. RadioKev January 28th, 2014 at 8:06 am

    Yanks would simply be better off signing Headley at this point. The Padres have not wanted to trade him, and I doubt the Yankees have the pieces to acquire him, just like Justin Upton.

    Meanwhile just cross your fingers and hope Kelly Johnson or maybe a farmhand can take care of it for now. There’s Mustelier, Adonis Garcia, and Tyler Austin as 3B possibilities, right? Man it would be nice if Austin could bounce back this season. Maybe wishful thinking.

  39. Poetkiosk January 28th, 2014 at 8:06 am

    I think what people are forgetting re: Tanaka is that the Yankees have extensively scouted him since 2007. Pretty sure they have access to all the same info we do. They think he is going to be a #1 or #2. At some point you gotta put some trust in the people that do this for a living and who’se reputation and careers depend on their judgment being accurate.

    Jeter is a warrior. If there is a way for him to be effective, he will find it. You have to also consider that 39/40 in age doesn’t quite mean what it used to for athletes as the decline will be much more gradual (overall) for people that have had the very best care their entire careers, such as Jeter.

  40. RadioKev January 28th, 2014 at 8:08 am

    blake January 28th, 2014 at 8:03 am
    I’m not sure what Jeter will be able to do…..I think he will hit if he’s healthy….his ability to play SS is greatly in question though.

    I think Tanaka is gonna surprise some folks
    ———-

    Yeah. I’m not sure how we can count on Jeter for anything this season. He really might not be anything more than a part time player. Not his fault, just the way of the world.

    I don’t see where all the Tanaka skepticism comes from. No one has declared him an ace, but he should at least be a serviceable starter. It would be nice if he was at least as good as Ryu in his first year…

  41. tomingeorgia January 28th, 2014 at 8:10 am

    blake,
    I got my bread, milk, eggs, beer and cat food yesterday, and the place was packed. Temperature has dropped 10 degrees over the last hour and it’s very dark out. The ice machine is full, there’s kerosene in all the oil lamps, the liquor cabinet stocked, six gas fireplaces at the ready. I just pray it’s snow and not ice. Looks like the bulk of it is still in Alabama, but I’m ready!

  42. Giuseppe Franco January 28th, 2014 at 8:11 am

    I tend to be a bit more optimistic about Tanaka than Pat M, but he does raise a really good point.

    How can Cashman claim they’ve scouted Tanaka for an x number of years but then pass on a more talented guy like Darvish for less than half the amount they gave Tanaka?

    The Yanks are certainly more desperate now than they were when Darvish was available, but once again, I think Cashman is full of baloney.

  43. AAA January 28th, 2014 at 8:11 am

    You have to also consider that 39/40 in age doesn’t quite mean what it used to for athletes as the decline will be much more gradual (overall) for people that have had the very best care their entire careers, such as Jeter.

    ==============================

    Generally true, but 39/40 DOES mean something when the athlete in question has suffered a devastating injury. There’s no question about Jeter’s will to succeed, but there certainly remains questions as to whether his body will allow it.

  44. blake January 28th, 2014 at 8:29 am

    For me it’s more about his ankle than his age…..Derek’s range was getting pretty limited before he badly injured his ankle. Hey he is Derek Jeter so he may surprise me….. But I’m just not sure he will be able to play adequate SS at this point.

    That’s why I have pushed them to move him to 3b where range isn’t as big of a factor

  45. Bret The Hitman January 28th, 2014 at 8:32 am

    Garza got 4 years 50 million? Shows you how absurd E. Santana’s 100 million dollar asking price was at the beginning.

  46. blake January 28th, 2014 at 8:33 am

    Something folks overlook is that Jeter doesn’t have to have pain in the ankle for it to affect him.

    The lateral movement required to move at SS is all ankle movement and flexibility. If he’s lost range of motion in it then it’s going to affect his range every further…..my guess is side to side is gonna be more affected than running straight ahead

  47. Bret The Hitman January 28th, 2014 at 8:36 am

    I think Ubaldo Jimenez at 4 years 48 million would be a decent bargain.

  48. blake January 28th, 2014 at 8:40 am

    Bret The Hitman says:
    January 28, 2014 at 8:36 am
    I think Ubaldo Jimenez at 4 years 48 million would be a decent bargain.

    I think ubaldo might be best served by a one year deal…..teams clearly don’t believe in his half a good season right now….if he went and did it for a full year t back that up then maybe he could get paid what he wants next year

  49. Cashmoney January 28th, 2014 at 8:41 am

    I think ubaldo might be best served by a one year deal
    —-
    what if he sux, he is best served by getting as much security as he can. Team maybe best be served by one year deal.

  50. Ys Guy January 28th, 2014 at 8:45 am

    personally i think jeter will not be able to play SS regularly on his ankle. its hard to say how much time the yankees will give him to recover before they take action, though. i kind of think everyone in the organization is scared of bringing it up. I dont see them making any judgements in ST, so this is likely going to play out in the RS and I forsee an unpleasant situation in trying to resolve it.

  51. Cashmoney January 28th, 2014 at 8:47 am

    Yankees are best served with Jeter retiring after 14, you can commit his money to more certain product.

    The man is 40, not 30.

  52. fuji January 28th, 2014 at 8:48 am

    “For me it’s more about his ankle than his age”

    injuries will likely decide for the yankees who plays where.

    for example, if teixeirais out because of the wrist for a significant amount of time, and jeter is sdoing well except for a limited range say because of ankle soreness and stiffness, first base would be an option for jeter. it would take him a day to figure out how to play it.

    on the other hand teixeira might be fine and then third base or dh is the only option for jeter.
    this yankee team is thin on position players. the normal expected amount of injuries is going to cause problems. any bad luck and they’ll be screwed again like they were last year.

    but this injury risk is baked in already. if it happens it’s on management. i think mccann is the most important player who has to stay injury free. if he does, it’s a big plus over last year. he hasn’t been healthy for a whole season for a few years , but i think he’s a key. the yankees gambled heavily on mccann and ells bury , two players who haven’t played a lot of games each year. they gave up cano who plays 160 games a year for two players who play about 120 games per year in recent years.

    if this gamble pays off for the yankees they’ll be in good shape on offense. we’ll see soon enough.

  53. Ys Guy January 28th, 2014 at 8:49 am

    $12M/ year is what hughes got. ubaldo had a much better year last year than hughes but overall is roughly deserving of about the same money as hughes, so that would be a fair amount to pay him imo.

    and it would be something of a bargain because most players get paid to a great extent of the prior year.

  54. Cashmoney January 28th, 2014 at 8:50 am

    I love Jeter’s drive, most champions have innate burning desire to excel and almost delusional sense of immortality, but sometimes, it’s time to say goodbye.

  55. blake January 28th, 2014 at 8:51 am

    what if he sux, he is best served by getting as much security as he can. Team maybe best be served by one year deal.”

    Well it depends on what’s out there now and how much he believes I himself

  56. blake January 28th, 2014 at 8:52 am

    Tom,
    Stay warm down there in the snowy south ;)

  57. Ys Guy January 28th, 2014 at 8:55 am

    pete seegar was a real american hero!

    94 years of struggling to make America and New York better every day.

    Thank You and Rest In Peace, Sir!

  58. Revenge of Stoneburner January 28th, 2014 at 8:56 am

    I am worried about Pineda now. Pat m. has been singing his praises, but he has been awfully wrong on certain things lately (Hughes, Dodgers enamored with Tanaka via Davy Lopes, Dodgers would likely land Tanaka). Do I treat this as blip. I hope so, because he is very optimistic about Pineda – and if you add an effective Pineda to the current starting four – it is a very impressive rotation with a majority that is young and entering their prime years.

  59. Cashmoney January 28th, 2014 at 8:58 am

    I am not sure Pat M knows what he is talking about, then again, I am not sure I do.

  60. pkyankfan69 January 28th, 2014 at 9:00 am

    Pineda settling into even a solid #3/4 role would be huge for the Yanks… Hope that shoulder is healthy.

  61. Revenge of Stoneburner January 28th, 2014 at 9:01 am

    I am not sure Pat M knows what he is talking about, then again, I am not sure I do.

    *****

    I know i don’t. I want to believe Pineda will come back – and Pat m paints a very optimistic and watch out for June. He is one of the few out there on that stump, as other sites and Cashman etc are guarded with their assessment.

  62. AAA January 28th, 2014 at 9:01 am

    $12M/ year is what hughes got. ubaldo had a much better year last year than hughes but overall is roughly deserving of about the same money as hughes, so that would be a fair amount to pay him imo.

    ===============================

    Hughes got $24M over 3 years which feels a lot closer to $8M per season than $12M. I think Jiminez demonstrated he’s worth more than Hughes. His issue is the attached draft pick.

  63. Ys Guy January 28th, 2014 at 9:02 am

    Pat M knows baseball. But like everyone else he’s just making an educated guess. Just because he played in the majors does not mean he knows more than the other former mlb players who faced tanaka in japan and say he’s got the goods.

    time will tell.

  64. Ys Guy January 28th, 2014 at 9:03 am

    i stand corrected, i though hughes got 2/24. sorry about that, chief!

  65. Cashmoney January 28th, 2014 at 9:09 am

    Stone, when you the dollars and years that T got without MLB experience, the safe way to play is always to state “oh I think he be decent, but not great and i have my reservations, etc, etc…’, you can’t go wrong with that assessment, because chances are greater these type deal don’t justify the dough being dished out.

    in the end, we don’t squat til it happens.

  66. Ys Guy January 28th, 2014 at 9:24 am

    Pinch Hitter +++>

  67. blake January 28th, 2014 at 9:25 am

    I think it’s best to pretend that Pineda doesn’t exist for now…..if it turns out that he does and that he can pitch fine….cherry on top of the sundae

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