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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Ron Kulpa
Fredi Gonzalez felt strongly about a call that went against the Atlanta Braves that he charged out of the dugout for a second time after getting ejected.
A wild throw home. A close play at the plate. The missed call at first base.
Don Denkinger was watching at home, saw the blown call at first base and winced.
A missed call by first base umpire Ron Kulpa has helped the St. Louis Cardinals score four runs in the fourth inning during Game 3 of the World Series.
MINNEAPOLIS — Plenty went wrong in the Washington Nationals' 6-3 loss to the Minnesota Twins yesterday. Starter Mike Bacsik battled location issues and was roughed up early. The Nationals wasted opportunities to do the same to Twins starter Boof Bonser. And the top third of their lineup was a combined 1-for-15.
Ron Kulpa, who acknowledged that he missed a key call in Game 3 at first base.
"At the time of the play, I had him on the base at the time of his tag," Kulpa said. "I saw a replay when I walked off the field, and the tag was applied before his foot hit the bag."