And I'm saying for those few leagues that aren't using CBO these days, I think it would be good to give the coach an avenue for late-game strategy. Allows the other sub to stay in the game and gives you a starter-for-starter quick swap.
We allow teams to SPR all night long these days. When the rule first existed (originally only in Big League), it was once per inning and only with someone who had not yet appeared in the game. Then it was expanded into other divisions that had MPR and had to be adjusted... to create more flexibility and opportunities for kids to play.
So how would this not accomplish the same thing?
Because it would let you put starter1 in for Sluggo then immediately send Sluggo up to the plate.