The average length of a Major League Baseball game this season was three hours, three minutes  — compared to two hours, 33 minutes in 1981.

Boston Red Sox chairman Tom Werner wants to do something about that without affecting the tradition of the game.

“At some point we have to just say is there a way to sort of make some changes that will keep the game as great as it is — and I have great respect for the game — but make it a little bit more speedy for a generation of people whose attention spans are a little bit less than ours,” Werner said Friday on “Red Sox First Pitch.”

Check out the video above to hear Werner’s ideas about tweaking baseball.