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Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty ImagesHOUSTON 鈥?How ironic. In a playoff series in which the baseball world buzzed about the Houston Astros' alleged cheating via video surveillance , it may wind up being a lack of video that does them in.The Astros are now clinging to life support, clawing to retain their World Series title. They are just one loss away from packing up for the winter and heading home after their 8-6 loss to the Boston Red Sox in Game 4 of this American League Championship Series.Jose Altuve blasted what looked to be a two-run homer three batters into the bottom of the first inning Wednesday night, a rocket that would have erased the two-spot Boston sprung for in the top of the frame. But right field umpire and crew chief Joe West ruled that fans in the front row in right field reached over the railing and interfered with Mookie Betts' effort to catch the ball, which plopped back onto the field.The angry Astros appealed, and replay officials in New York ruled that West's call would "stand" because they didn't have any video angles that definitively proved he was wrong."The best way I heard it is somebody hit a ball that didn't get caught, and it got called out," said Astros center fielder George Springer, who was on first base at the time and angrily smashed his batting helmet into the ground when Altuve was called out.Umpire Joe West.Bob Levey/Getty ImagesThat's it in a nutshell, both the incident in Game 4 and instant replay in general: A ball doesn't get caught, and the batter is safe. A should lead to B, but too often it doesn't.Huh?Five years after baseball expanded replay for the 2014 season, the game still wrestles with a maddeningly inefficient system. Calls that should be reversed aren't, calls that shouldn't be reversed are, unintended consequences still spring up from time to time, proper angles too often remain elusive, and too many minutes are gobbled up as the pace of games slows and technology that should be lightning fast, well, isn't.Five years later, generally speaking, it remains absolutely amazing that..."That they all don't get [called] right?" Astros right fielder Josh Reddick volunteered following this four-hour, 33-minute marathon. "Yeah, I do. I find it crazy that every one doesn't get [called] right. We've been on the down side of a lot of replays this year. It gets frustrating a lot."You take the time out of your day and out of a game to have replay, and you're supposed to make the right play; you're supposed to make the right call. And it just doesn't seem to happen all the time."Bleacher Report BleacherReportDid the fan REALLY interfere here? 馃 1RJ2uNhnqIEvan Drellich EvanDrellichZYTLgJt2d7Reddick was directly involved in a similar play to the Betts-Altuve drama when he was with Oakland in 2013, and that too was in the playoffs. It was during Game 4 of the ALDS in Detroit, and in the bottom of the seventh inning, the Tigers' Victor Martinez drilled a ball to deep right field that Reddick appeared to have a line on...until fans reached over the railing and interfered.Looking at that video, it appears to be a crystal-clear case of fan interference Cecil Cooper Jersey , and Martinez should have been called out. Fans reached over the railing. There was no replay system in place then, so the blown call drifted off with the autumn wind.Reddick was on the wrong side again with Houston on Wednesday night, and this time, even in the replay era, it didn't help. Betts clearly appeared to be reaching over the railing as Altuve's ball descended. And major league rules state that once the ball crosses the threshold from the playing field into the stands, it's fair game for fans as well as the defender.Except West saw things differently from most of the 43,277 in Minute Maid Park (OK, so most of them were biased) and differently from most of the baseball world not living in Red Sox nation (hey, there's always the other side of the bias).The best video view was blocked because an Astros security guard was positioned directly in the line of sight between a television camera by the right-field foul pole and the point of contact between Betts' glove and the fans.Mike Ferrin Mike_FerrinScreen shot from TBS of why they likely didn鈥檛 have a 鈥渄efinitive鈥?look at Betts glove in the crowd HZKuqMRhSWFor those of you scoring at home鈥ide your eyes! Whatever you do, look away from replay! It's a freaking mess!"It is very hard to believe that the angle wasn't the right one or somebody wasn't in the right spot," Reddick said. "You look around at all the videos of us hitting, and there's seven different angles of us hitting, so you can't tell me there aren't enough angles to make the right call right there."On the TBS telecast shortly after, Astros manager A.J. Hinch was both shocked and angry."I'm not sure if Mookie makes that catch. He's a great athlete, but how it's an assumed out is unbelievable," Hinch told Lauren Shehadi.As Springer noted, there were several other twists and turns the game took, and the Astros couldn't blame everything on West, but it also would have been an entirely different game if Altuve's home run had been correctly called and they wouldn't have been stuck playing from behind most of the evening."I was expecting that ball to go out," said Altuve, who was playing despite being badly hobbled by a right knee injury that may keep him at DH instead of second base for a third consecutive ALCS game Thursday night. "For a moment, I saw the ball on the warning track, and I was like, 'OK, that's a double. I'll take it.'"But then all of a sudden, it's not even a double. It's an out. Two runs. The game ended up by two runs. So that makes me a little bit more upset."Said Betts: "That was a ball I could catch. I'm 100 percent positive I was going to be able to catch that one."What he didn't say was, which side of the fence?Playoff games notably have been affected by fans in the past , and now Troy Caldwell, the Astros fan who stepped into the spotlight, will be placed by some right alongside Jeffrey Maier and Steve Bartman.Matt Young Chron_MattYoungHere鈥檚 Troy Caldwell. He was the fan who was ruled to have interfered with the Astros potential home run ball. 鈥淚鈥檓 going to need security to escort me out of here if the Astros don鈥檛 come back to win this.鈥?IXE2uEzSoWIt is vastly different, of course.Maier was a New York Yankees fan who caught a Derek Jeter home run ball in Game 1 of the 1996 Division Series against Baltimore, plucking it out of the air before it fell into the glove of Baltimore Orioles outfielder Tony Tarasco. There was no replay in those days, and right field umpire Richie Garcia egregiously blew that call. But instead of being vilified, Maier was lionized because the kid, then 12, literally helped his Yankees win in Yankee Stadium. Really, he should have gotten a game ball.Thingsdidn't turn out so well for Bartman, whose interference with a Luis Castillo foul ball in Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS between the Chicago Cubs and Florida Marlins in Wrigley Field caused Cubs outfielder Moises Alou to howl and hometown fans to turn on him and eventually blame him for a horrendous loss. Bartman had to be escorted out of Wrigley Field, and police were stationed outside of his home.As for Caldwell, Umpire West told a pool reporter: "Here's the whole play. He hit the ball to right field. He jumped up to try to make a catch. The fan interfered with him over the playing field. That's why I called spectator interference."Bing, bam, boom. That simple.Yeah, riiiiiight.As Springer said, "You would like to see a two-run homer be a two-run homer to tie the game."Or a ground-rule double. Or something.Instead, baseball's instant-replay system lay strewn in wreckage, again, at the game's most important time of year."We started the day with, 'Do we have too many cameras in the park?'" Hinch said, eliciting laughter in the press room. "So, yeah, I wish we had an angle that was perfectly along the fence line that would show [it]. That's one camera we don't have."Scott Miller covers Major League Baseball as a national columnist for Bleacher Report. Follow Scotton Twitterand talk baseball. MILWAUKEE — Major League Baseball knew what it was doing when it scheduled six games between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Chicago Cubs during the final month of the regular season.The teams will meet for the first of those games on Monday afternoon at Miller Park, where the Brewers will try to close a five-game gap on the National League Central leaders while also trying to hold off the St. Louis Cardinals in a tight NL wild-card race.Both sides come into this critical three-game series on high notes: The Brewers have won four straight series since splitting two games at Wrigley Field last month and the Cubs have won 12 of their last 17.Article continues below ...Zach Davies gets the ball for Milwaukee in the series opener. It will be Davies’ first start since May 29, when a shoulder injury landed him on this disabled list for the second time this season.His rehab process was stunted along the way by back issues, but after throwing a complete-game shutout last week for Class A Wisconsin Domingo Santana Jersey , the Brewers brought the right-hander back to face a team he has held to three runs in 11 2/3 innings this season.Davies was looking to build on a strong finish to the 2017 season but has been limited to eight starts in 2018, going 2-5 with a 4.23 ERA. “I’m actually glad we’re putting him in that spot,” Brewers manager Craig Counsell told reporters Sunday. “It’s added motivation for him. He’s very familiar with this setting and this team. There are no surprises here.”Davies has a track record of success against the Cubs, posting a 3.64 ERA in 12 career starts.”“I think with a good series here, it could change the make-up of this division a little bit,” Davies said. “I don’t think any game is bigger than just the next day’s game, but it definitely could change some things.”Monday will mark the Brewers’ first look at Cole Hamels since he joined the Cubs in a deal with Texas ahead of the non-waiver trade deadline.The change of scenery salvaged the veteran left-hander’s season. He was 5-9 with a 4.72 in 20 starts for Texas this year, but since the trade he is 4-0 with a 0.96 ERA, allowing just three earned runs in 39 innings spanning four starts.“I love the fact that he was able to complete that game,” Cubs manager Joe Maddon said. “That absolutely benefits him down the road.”Maddon is known to have a quick hook, so when the Cincinnati Reds loaded the bases in the ninth inning in an Aug. 23 game, the fact that he left Hamels in the game is a good indication of how well he still was pitching. There was no drop in velocity, which is usually a precursor to getting pulled.Maddon’s faith in Hamels was rewarded when Tucker Barnhart bounced into a game-ending double play.The win improved Hamels’ record to 4-0 with a 0.79 ERA for the Cubs after compiling a 4.72 ERA with the Rangers before the July 27 trade.“To be a major league pitcher, you’re going to have some tough times,” Hamels told earlier this month. “You can’t give in. You have to fight. That’s what it’s all about. They’re not going to give in. Neither should you.”He’ll be pitching on an extra day of rest after Maddon gave Alec Mills a spot start to allow his rotation to have an extra day of rest during a stretch of 20 games without days off. That meant Hamels would miss a chance to face his former team, the Philadelphia Phillies, and current ace Aaron Nola.“For me, ultimately, I just want to go out and pitch and win,” Hamels said. “However, they’re going to slot me is not my decision. For us right now, we have a lot of games with no days off, and all of us are pitching really well. So it’s not fair to any individual to kind of move me around for this sort of situation.”Hamels has had his fair share of success against Milwaukee. In 14 career starts — most of them while pitching for the Phillies — Hamels is 7-3 with a 3.64 ERA.
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