Boston Red Sox manager snubs iPad for 'traditional paper'

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Sunday was the first time MLB teams were allowed to access iPads provided by Apple in the dugout, but Boston Red Sox manager, John Farrell, already made it clear he is not interested in using a smart device this season.

"I don’t want to be looking through a laptop while I have more ready access through a traditional paper method,” Farrell told the Boston Herald on Monday. "


iPad Pro coming to MLB in new Apple deal

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Apple has struck a deal with Major League Baseball to provide every major team with an iPad Pro this season, according to the Wall Street Journal. Teams will use the 12.9-inch tablets in the dugout to track stats, analyze matchups and more. The deal comes after the MLB lifted a ban on all smart-devices and laptops in dugouts for the upcoming 2016 season.

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