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Topic - Randy Marsh
Take heart, baseball fans. Expanded instant replay is on its way, though it may not be the game changer the sport needs.
Umpires failed to reverse a disputed tying home run by Oakland's Adam Rosales after a video review Wednesday. MLB executive vice president Joe Torre says the judgment call by umpire Angel Hernandez and his crew "stands as final."
Those summer scorchers don't make umpires melt down anymore.
Marsh did not comment specifically on the disputed play, but said he was sent to Cleveland to speak with the umpires and check the replay equipment.
Marsh said everything appeared to be in order.