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Is This The Weirdest Baseball Call Of The Year Thus Far during the Marlins vs. Brewers game?
© Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports
This interference call during Brewers vs. Marlins game on Wednesday was brutal...
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eugene1928LSU39 months
Only 400 people were watching woke baseball
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EulerRules39 months
Was the 1st base umpire drug-tested after the game?
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chaso39 months
EulerRules... You meant did ump bet on game
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redfish9939 months
Black runners matter.
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dyerbro39 months
I'm fine with the call.
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nol1wph39 months
Further proof that the world is coming to an end.
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Water Mocassin39 months
Very Angel Hernandez like.
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Filmat1139 months
In a world where hyperbole has become the norm, that's as bad of a call as I've ever seen.
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WPBTiger39 months
Runner was not in running lane, out anyway you look at it.
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Gremlins Village39 months
I do not agree with the ump's call at all but the runner does not have to be in the running lane. That is not a rule but most people think it is. Once the runner has established his running line to first base then he is entitled to it but can not interfere with the play. Neither runner or pitcher interfered with each other - piss poor call. Rounding third heading home by going into foul territory by 10'is a good example of a runner not having to stay in the running lane.
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the LSUSaint39 months
"Gremlins" Jeez, shut up already Moron
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Jon A thon39 months
Gremlins- What you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul. There are specific rules for first base requiring runners to occupy the 3' lane down the first base line to avoid interference with throws and fielding of bunts. It's always a judgement, but in this case that rule seems like it was specifically made for this situation.
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TheWalrus39 months
Horrible
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