“Quality start” is a common term used in Major League Baseball to describe a pitcher’s outing. The starter must go at least six innings and give up no more than three earned runs.
But should the number of innings thrown be changed by one?
In Tuesday’s Dunkin’ Poll, we asked fans whether a quality start should be five innings, instead of six. Check out the results in the video above.
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