No need.

Prepare for the ridiculous: Nats pitcher Max Scherzer is checked for foreign substances in mid-inning after striking out a batter at the request of the Phillies manager.

At the end of every inning, and every pitching change, every pitcher now must undergo the new inspection process to ensure they were not cheating by putting a foreign substance on the ball. Their hat, glove, and belt are checked.

In last night’s Rangers game, the only thing the umpires had to do was look at the scoreboard to know the Rangers pitchers were not cheating. 

Because if they were doctoring the ball last night after giving up 13 runs, 15 hits, two home runs, and giving up five walks, and throwing 183 pitches, they’re worse cheaters than they are baseballers.