It won’t change the outcome.
But Major League Baseball was in contact with the Marlins on Saturday, one day after a missed call proved costly in their 6-2 loss to the Indians.
“There’s been conversations,” Marlins manager Don Mattingly said. “I talked to the league, and that’s just pretty much where I’d like to leave it. There’s no reason to keep going.”
Mattingly and the Marlins were fuming Friday night over a blown call they felt changed not only the complexion of the first inning but possibly had a bearing on the outcome of the game.