• Tigers win challenge with overturned out call

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Apr 2, 2014
    The Cubs finally scored a run, thanks to an overturned call after manager Rick Renteria challenged a play at second on Wednesday. "I'm still on the fence about it," said Ian Kinsler, whose game-winning hit closely followed the overturned call that ended the Royals' at-bat in the top of the 10th. "There's got to be some type of reaction if the call was missed so I know to at least get the ball rolling [on a challenge]," Ausmus said. The Tigers are still waiting for their even-keeled, Ivy League-educated rookie manager to blow his top. Ausmus picked up Vizquel's signal and made his way to first base while defensive coordinator Matt Martin reviewed the replay in his room in the bowels of the ballpark between the dugout and the clubhouse.
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    • Cubs score first run after call overturned

      The Cubs finally scored a run, thanks to an overturned call after manager Rick Renteria challenged a play at second on Wednesday in Chicago's 4-3 loss to the Pirates. The Cubs lost a challenge in the 13th, but were able to escape a bases-loaded jam.
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    • Replay victories instant hit for Ausmus, Tigers

      In the wake of a 2-1, 10-inning walk-off win against the Royals on Wednesday -- in a game in which Tigers manager Brad Ausmus went 2-for-2 in the challenge department, with the second playing a particularly big role in the result -- there were certainly…
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