Agree with that!<quoted text>that is why I do feel that instant replay should be added to most sports. ON a limited basis, for example tennis allows each player to challenge a call 3 times in a set ... this results in very few play stoppages and almost always solves a disputed call.
It would also put those referees on notice to make their best call possible every time because they will get caught if they play favorites.
In U.S., pro baseball is "inching" along with instant replay. Finally, it was included for home run calls and foul ball calls. It REALLY should be used for close plays and bad calls at bases too. So far, that's not the case and that has cost teams important chances for wins.
There wouldn't be that much impact on game length considering these bad calls at bases provoke intense on-field disagreements that take time to subside -- that time can be used for play review instead.
But instant replay would not be efficient for balls and strikes calls for a batter, but everything else it should be done.