Wednesday, April 2, 2014

MLB Instant Replay Review 014: Jerry Layne (01)

Instant Replay Review confirmed 2B Umpire Jerry Layne's safe call in the top of the 4th inning of the Rockies-Marlins game. With none out and two on, Rockies batter DJ LeMahieu hit a 1-0 fastball from Marlins pitcher Henderson Alvarez to second baseman Derek Dietrich, who threw to shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria as Rockies baserunner R1 Jordan Pacheco arrived at second. Upon Instant Replay Review as the result of a challenge by Marlins Manager Mike Redmond, Layne's ruling that Hechavarria failed to tag second base while in possession of the ball was affirmed, the call was correct. At the time of the review, the Rockies were leading, 3-1. The Rockies ultimately won the contest, 6-5.

This is Jerry Layne (24)'s first instant replay challenge/review of 2014.
Jerry Layne is now 1/1 (1.000 Accuracy) in Instant Replay Reviews during 2014.
Crew Chief Jerry Layne's crew is now 1/1 (1.000 Accuracy) in Replay Reviews during 2014.
Listed Replay Official Crew Chiefs: Larry Vanover, Jeff Kellogg.

This is the 14th instant Replay Review of the 2014 MLB Regular Season.
Marlins Manager Mike Redmond is now 0/1 (.000 Success) in Instant Replay Challenges/Requests in 2014.
Umpires are now 8/14 (.571 Accuracy) in Instant Replay Reviews during the 2014 MLB season.

Wrap: Colorado Rockies vs. Miami Marlins, 4/2/14
Video: Play stands; Marlins lose a challenge after Jerry Layne's pulled foot call is reviewed (MIA)


Lindsay said...

I don't like how everyone is adding up all these accuracy ratings for the umpires.
I think that MLB, (they have the time and resources), needs to add up all the times managers come out to hang around and leave as a 1/1 in accuracy.

If they maintain this 50-60% accuracy it is going to make umpires look like shit.

Lindsay said...

Hah Balkin Bob Davidson is already up to three challenges and leads all umpires in upheld calls. Wonder why that might be...

Lindsay said...

That foul ball is such a hard play to adjudicate properly. While I didn't think it hit his bat I did think he made an attempt. I hope they use sound as well at MLB headquarters. For this play sound is useless. Who know what that ball hit, but there was definitely a double sound

Lindsay said...

Replaying a hit by pitch versus foul ball vs nothing is a losing proposition. So tough to tell even with x no video

Lindsay said...

Maybe if there were unlimited challenges you would have a point. Because this is only the first iteration of a challenge system, the running tally on challenges is useful, even if it doesn't represent how umpires are doing on all close plays.

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