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Comment from: wyomick [Visitor] Email
Hey dipstick; stick to golf. You've got a slim chance of being right about something in that sport. The Pads catcher was blocking the plate without possession of the ball; can't do that. Look it up; Rule 7.00:
http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/official_info/official_rules/foreword.jspnot. A defensive player cannot prevent a players right to the base without possession of the ball. Holliday would have been awarded home plate whether he touched it or not, and a replay would've confirmed that. What are you smoking?
2007-10-05 @ 08:51
Comment from: Mike [Visitor] Email
I didn't know that rule, but it makes sense. Tim McCelland is rated one of the best umpires in mlb but he takes his time calling plays
2007-10-05 @ 12:24
Comment from: dannyboy [Visitor] Email
Please... stick to hitting little white balls. You ignore one of the miracle comebacks in the 13th inning to quibble about the collision at the plate where the catcher drops the ball? The umpire was right there, right? Sour grapes, eh? Too bad, the Pads are a good team that blew their chances against Milwaukee...what, no comment?
2007-10-06 @ 22:21

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