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September 4th, 2014 Comments off

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GClub The Los Angeles Angels celebrated a walk-off win Thursday night in the first game of a big series against the rival Oakland Athletics. Albert Pujols scored in the 10th inning on a Howie Kendrick sac fly, giving the Angels a 4-3 win and making them the first team in MLB to 80 wins.

สมัคร GClub The win, however, didn’t come without controversy. In the ninth inning, with the score tied 3-3, Erick Aybar led off the inning and chopped a ball down the first-base line. A’s pitcher Dan Otero and first baseman Brandon Moss both went to field it. Otero caught the ball and Aybar ran straight into him. Aybar fell to the ground and a few seconds later home-plate umpire Greg Gibson awarded him first base.

The call? Obstruction. It was a bit baffling, definitely not the type of you play you see often.

พนันบอลออนไลน์ IBCBET MLB denies Rays ‘replay’ protest

September 2nd, 2014 Comments off

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พนันบอลออนไลน์ Manager Joe Maddon and the Tampa Bay Rays appeared to have a sound case when they filed a protest saying umpire Bob Davidson incorrectly allowed the Toronto Blue Jays to use a replay challenge Sunday. The Blue Jays won 5-4 but might not have, had umpires ruled Tampa Bay’s way during the fourth inning.

เว็บแทงบอล IBC The Blue Jays challenged a call on a pickoff play at first base, but Maddon contends the next “play” had occurred — making it too late for a challenge — because the pitcher had toed the rubber and the next batter had entered the batter’s box.

Well, Major League Baseball ruled Tuesday: Protest denied. No reason was given in MLB’s official release, but ball writer Jason Collette explains why Joe Torre ruled the way he did: