Tired of MLB umps getting crucial calls wrong that cost your favorite team?
So is Bud Selig.
Like how the NFL allows coaches to challenge three calls a game?
So does Bud Selig.
And now the commissioner is ready to do something about it, as owners are voting on a new rule that would allow managers to challenge one call in the first six innings and two more calls in the final three innings.
Wow, right? What could this have meant for some players and teams over the years who were robbed by horrible calls? Well, let's take a look back at some of the worst calls and what might have happened if the umps were able to look at replays.
You really can't start any talk of bad calls without bringing up the name of Don Denkinger. Remember him? He's the ump who called Kansas City Royals second baseman Jorge Orta safe, when he was clearly out, at first in the ninth inning of Game 6 of the 1985 World Series.
What happened: The Royals trailed the Cardinals 1-0 in the ninth and were just three...