The 2010 SEC Tournament introduced a Pitch Clock for games. The SEC had a 108 second clock between innings and when there was no runners on base, pitchers were forced to throw a pitch every 20 seconds or they would be called for a ball. There was no pitch clock when runners were on the basepaths. The games during the tournament ended up being 15 minutes shorter then the previous year.
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