Originally Posted by jojo
Has anyone argued that Chapman is not allowed to pitch to the inside of the plate?
Notice I specified "up and in," which is quite a bit different than "inside of the plate," wouldn't you say? That is exactly what the entire argument is about, especially since it is anyone's guess with the actual intent. It isn't like the only two options are "throwing at head" and "not throwing at head."
Feel free to address what I actually was saying rather than attempting to be arrogantly dismissive.