Phillies third baseman Alec Bohm’s lead foot never contacted the plate on his 10th inning run home Sunday night against the Braves. ESPN’s replays made that understood.
But it wasn’t clear enough for the umpires, who called Bohm protected in Atlanta and afterward again in MLB’s New York replay focus. Furthermore, that prompted a second NL East game in four days being chosen by a blown or missed call that was maintained by replay. 일본야동
Continuously, it looked like Bohm effectively slid around Braves catcher Travis d’Arnaud, who was impeding the plate. Yet, at that point came the various replay points showing Bohm’s foot floating over the dish as he was being labeled on his back leg.
Conquers administrator Brian Snitker tossed his cap noticeable all around in dissatisfaction after New York maintained plate umpire Lance Barrett’s call and afterward came out to gently contend. Snitker was persuaded they missed the point.
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What’s Bohm’s opinion about this? He needed to see the replay a lot on the Truist Park video board, isn’t that so?