Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Postseason Ejection P-1 - Tom Hallion (2; Alex Wood)

HP Umpire Tom Hallion ejected Dodgers bench person Alex Wood for arguing a check swing (strike three; USC-NEC) call in the bottom of the 7th inning of the Nationals-Dodgers game. With two out and none on, Dodgers batter Yasiel Puig attempted to check his swing on a 2-2 slider from Nationals pitcher Blake Treinen. Play was reviewed and affirmed by the UEFL Appeals Board (5-3-1), the call was correct.* At the time of the ejection, the game was tied, 5-5. The Dodgers ultimately won the contest, 6-5.

This is Tom Hallion (20)'s second ejection of the 2016 MLB regular and postseason.
Tom Hallion now has 14 points in the UEFL Standings (10 Previous + 2 MLB + 2 Correct-PS= 14).
Crew Chief Jeff Kellogg now has 13 points in Crew Division (12 Previous + 1 Correct Call = 1).
*UEFL Rule 6-2-b-5-b: "Irrecusability shall be limited to the reasons listed in 6-2-b-5. Ejections resulting from a Repeat Visit argument (formerly, “DiMuro Rule”) or of an individual not on the active roster shall receive a QOC associated with the Quality of the call leading to ejection, as in Rule 4-2-b."

This is the 191st ejection report of 2016 and first of the 2016 postseason.
This is the 91st player ejection of 2016. Prior to ejection, Wood was not on the active roster.
This is Los Angeles' 6th ejection of 2016, T-2nd in the NL West (COL 7; ARI, LAD 6; SF 4; SD 3).
This is Alex Wood's first ejection since June 7, 2015 (Mark Carlson; QOC = Y [Balls/Strikes]).
This is Tom Hallion's first ejection since June 25, 2016 (Tyler Holt; QOC = N-C [Check Swing]).

Wrap: Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (NLDS), 10/11/16 | Video available via "read more."


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