Mets’ hitters still adjusting to pitch clock with 2 weeks left till Opening Day

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New York Daily News

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Buck Showalter’s spring training musings often veer between amusing and informative with the non sequitur somewhere in the middle. The pitch clock has been a particular point of fascination this spring and he keeps coming back to one question: What does it mean for beer sales? The veteran skipper has a point: Through Saturday, spring training games are lasting an average of 2:36, down 25 minutes from last spring. That’s 25 fewer minutes to buy beers and concessions. The pitch clock is to thank for the decrease in time and increase in the pace of play. Pitchers seem to li…

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