• Replay challenge key to Mets' comeback win

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Apr 5, 2014
    The difference was instant replay, which the Mets can thank, at least in part, for their 6-3 victory over the Reds. We've got that opportunity to challenge that, so we've got to take advantage of it." Doing everything the front office coached him to do in these situations, Collins engaged Hoye in an argument, turned to face the dugout, then officially challenged the play once bench coach Bob Geren received word from replay coordinator Jim Kelly that the challenge was winnable. Imagine if this was last year, Satin told Recker. The Mets might never have won. Collins disagreed, racing out of the dugout to challenge the play. Minutes after the Mets walked off the field winners in the ninth inning Saturday, catcher Anthony Recker sat eating with infielder Josh Satin in the Citi Field clubhouse. After Juan Lagares drew a leadoff walk off Reds closer J.J.
    Source: MLB.com
  • MLB's expanded replay makes all the difference in the world for Mets

    Anybody who thought the new replay challenge rule wouldn’t greatly affect the course of baseball games met with a rude, and welcome, awakening on Saturday at Citi Field. Right there at second base, in the ninth inning, the game diverged dramatically fro…

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