Another Problem with Marty Foster

Posted: 14th September 2009 by Rob Abruzzese in MLB
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From River Ave Blues: There was an incident the day before, though, one I think that many people forget. Yup. I forgot. And in case you forgot, too, I’ll explain the situation. The day was July 5 and the Yankees were at home against the Blue Jays. In the bottom of the first, a Derek Jeter single, a Mark Teixeira walk, and a Jorge Posada single had the bases loaded with just one out. Hideki Matsui came up and grounded out to the first-base side of the infield. Lyle Overbay booted the ball and Jeter came around to score. Teixeira tried to take advantage of the error and score from second. He was called out by home-plate umpire Marty Foster, but in reality he was safe because Toronto catcher Raul Chavez tagged him with his glove despite the fact that the ball was in his other hand. Take ...

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