Detroit Tigers supervisor Ron Gardenhire was kicked out within the 11th inning of Friday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates after an umpire reversed a name and took away a walk-off victory.
The Pirates and Tigers had been tied 10-10 after 9 innings, due to 4 runs from the Tigers within the backside of the ninth inning.
Pittsburgh performed a scoreless 10th inning earlier than the Tigers had an opportunity to go for a walk-off win at Comerica Park.
Jeimer Candelario walked to begin the underside half of the 10th. Miguel Cabrera then lined out earlier than Nick Castellanos stepped as much as the plate.
The Tigers’ proper fielder grounded right into a pressure out however stayed within the recreation at first base.
JaCoby Jones was the subsequent Tigers hitter. He settled in in opposition to Pirates lefty Josh Smoker with two outs within the inning. Smoker tossed in a wild pitch, shifting Castellanos to second base. Smoker labored the depend to Three-Three earlier than his eighth providing. Jones smacked an 85 mph slider for a line drive to left subject.
Pirates left fielder Corey Dickerson picked up the ball and gunned it house, attempting to get Castellanos.
The throw went barely to the left of the plate, however Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli stepped as much as gather the ball and tried to swipe a tag on Castellanos. Castellanos blew by the catcher and appeared to attain, giving the Tigers a walk-off victory.
However the Pirates challenged the decision on the sphere and the choice was reversed.
The Tigers needed to cease their celebration and Gardenhire was ejected as he took his displeasure to the umpire. Pittsburgh put up three runs within the high of the 13th inning to take the victory.
“I did not really feel a tag,” Castellanos mentioned after the sport, in line with MLB.com. “I did not suppose at any level that I used to be out. However I haven’t got tremendous slo-mo cam and all of the stuff that they’ve in New York of their bat cave making all these calls. If there was that one digital camera that I suppose noticed him nick my sleeve, so be it.”
The Pirates and Tigers resume their three-game collection at 1:10 p.m. Saturday in Detroit.