Athletics manager Bob Melvin still believes he witnessed a home run, and nothing will change his mind.
Unfortunately, there's nothing he can do about it.
Melvin said Thursday that he has been in contact with Major League Baseball regarding the disputed ninth-inning call in Wednesday night's game. Umpires ruled that a ball hit by Oakland's Adam Rosales with two outs was a double, not a game-tying homer.
The umpires did not reverse their call despite watching video. TV replays clearly showed Rosales' ball went over the wall, and their decision shocked the A's, the Indians, 14,000 fans in attendance at Progressive Field and anyone watching the game on TV.
Melvin does not know if the call will be overturned, but expects baseball officials to comment.
''I've heard from MLB and I'm not going to say what they said,'' Melvin said before the A's and Indians wrapped up a four-game series. ''It's probably what the majority saw, but what they're going to do from here I haven't had any disc...