Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred is (eternally) looking to make some drastic changes in the game, and one of the new rules he's looking to implement soon is the three-batter minimum for entering relievers.

While he's not officially casting a vote per se, the commissioner made it clear prior to Tuesday's All-Star festivities that he'd like the league's owners to pass the mandate this upcoming winter.

It's certainly different and it'll take managers and pitchers some getting used to, but there could be a real benefit in implementing this rule, even if all it does is make the game a better product to watch.