Gotta love this, via MLB.com:
They call this a game of adjustments for a reason, and baseball has a long history of cycles and evolutions — some of which resulted in major modifications to the rulebook, while others were left alone. It seems reasonable to conclude that baseball’s ongoing offensive drought is more than just an aberration, and the sense around MLB is that the low strike is an issue that could be addressed substantively after this 2015 season.
“We’re all just an ant colony,” [Brandon] McCarthy said. “You put something in front of us, we’ll all just figure out a way to go around it and something else will emerge in its place. But it would be interesting to see how long that adjustment would take.”