LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Tyler Flowers can only recall three instances in his days behind the plate where he has had a close call on a collision. The White Sox catcher said Wednesday night hes had far more flirtations with danger as a base runner dating back to his high school days. Even though he feels like those plays are pretty rare, Flowers is indifferent to the news that Major League Baseball aims to ban collisions at home plate, perhaps as soon as this season. New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson and Joe Torre, MLBs Executive Vice President for Baseball Operations, announced Wednesday that the leagues rules committee had voted to ban plate collisions.
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