Yankees vs. Rangers: Jeffrey Maier Part 2 Proves Replay Needs Fixing
Was it a home run, or was it fan interference?
You tell me.
Oh wait; that's right, this is the MLB—where commissioner Bud Selig likes to run the league as if we were still living in the 1960s.
Yes, I understand that baseball is America's Pastime and all that jazz.
Trust me, I love the game.
But something has got to give.
I've said it time and time again, but change is something that Major League Baseball must learn to embrace.
Yet even with replay, officials still sometimes get it wrong.
Sure, the New York Yankees did have a second home run overturned upon further review of Lance Berkman's bomb that was called a fair ball—only to have the call reversed, correctly, and called foul.
But rewind two batters to New York's Robinson Cano.
On a called-homer that was absolutely fan interference, the ump said the fan did not interfere and no replay was used.
Ask commissioner Selig.
If instant replay is available on ANY questionable call, it should be allowed to be used.
MLB must open it's mind and expand instant replay in the game, plain and simple...
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