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The missing run in the 8th


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Was it my imagination or did they not count one of the runs in the 8th inning? It's when the pitcher missed catching the ball and it went past him. Somebody ran home but they didn't change the score to 9! Did anybody see that besides me? Or was there some reason for it?

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The ball hit Ramon Castro's foot, so it did not count as a wild pitch and Conine did not come home. Instead, Castro went to first with the bases loaded now, and Castillo got walked and Conine came in. Then Pierre hit the bases-clearing triple. Hope that helps :D

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Guest markotsay7

But this is most definately grounds to call someone an idiot.

 

Give me a break, it was confusing, especially since Hutton and Kasper announced it as snilram described. They explained after but perhaps he missed the explanation.

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Was it my imagination or did they not count one of the runs in the 8th inning? It's when the pitcher missed catching the ball and it went past him. Somebody ran home but they didn't change the score to 9! Did anybody see that besides me? Or was there some reason for it?

I thought they counted it, but I really wasn`t checking. BTW JP scored on that blunder.

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