|Murphy's hands are on his head after|
Umpire Dan Iassogna calls him out.
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As in the video above, B1 faces a 3-2 count, but instead there are two outs and the bases are loaded. As such, all runners are off with the pitch; baserunner R3 from third base, due to his proximity to home plate, strolls slowly down the line while R1 and R2 advance to their next bases more quickly. As in the video, B1 checks his swing on a pitch ruled ball four and no swing while catcher F2 throws down to second base and shortstop F6, who, as in the video above, tags R1 after he strays off of second base, resulting in a third out. R3, still, has not touched home plate and only does so after R1 is tagged past second base. Shall the run score; does the fact that R3 was entitled to home plate as a result of the walk have any bearing on the call?