Found June 04, 2014 on The Outside Corner:
Every time I think that we’re done with controversy and replay, things spiral out of control even quicker than I could imagine… May 28th, Tigers vs Athletics – Miggy can’t slide. This slide by Miguel Cabrera was…not good. And it almost resulted in him getting rewarded with a double. Thankfully, the replay went ahead and overturned that, leading to Oakland’s walk off win in the bottom of the ninth. May 30th, Angels vs Athletics – maybe I’m blind, but… I love the yellow outfield line, but you all knew that already. What I *don’t* love is when a team puts a yellow advertisement right on top of the yellow line, so you can’t see a damn thing. Donaldson’s homer call stood, but looking for a white ball on a yellow ad is enough to give you a headache.  June 1st, Rangers vs Nationals – the double challenge. This is the worst thing ever – each team challenging the SAME PLAY. The Nationals challenged the fact that a run scored on this double steal, while the Rangers challenged the out cal

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