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    Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    Honestly, how do you miss that call?



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    Thats two really bad ones already...



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    He ****ed up earlier too. The second base umpire ****ed up Swisher's before. This is pitiful umpiring. The home plate umpire ******** he can't see over the catcher. For the love of God.



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    Yankees are getting this game with a silver spoon....



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    That was a joke. I would like to hear his explanation for the call. Good grief. Yanks got a break on a pick off play at second too, where Swisher was clearly out.



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    None of the pathetic calls have cost either team anything but good God. Swisher should've been out at second. Swisher didn't leave early and gets called out. Cano should've just been out in the dumbest baserunning play I've seen in the long time. Regardless, I still hate Nick Swisher.



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    The tagging up was a make up call to the pick off, but that last one, you cannot miss it. Your right there!!!!


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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    True, at least no one scored on that screwed up call at third. But, how can a major league umpire miss such an easy call? Never been a proponent of instant replay in MLB, but the umpiring in this post-season is certainly starting to make me re-think it a little.



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    I have never ever been a conspiricay theory type guy when it comes to sports, but the Yankees are getting every possible call. All of them have been really bad, and in the Yankees' favor.



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    How many bad calls have went in the Yankees favor now this postseason?!? Wow...it's like ACC officials saying they don't play favorites when 4 of their last 5 league apologies have been to teams playing against Duke.



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    Quote Originally Posted by 06Panther View Post
    I have never ever been a conspiricay theory type guy when it comes to sports, but the Yankees are getting every possible call. All of them have been really bad, and in the Yankees' favor.
    I'm no Yankees defender but they're the ones that actually had a run taken off the board on a missed call. Granted the inning should have been over already but it's not "every" call.



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    Quote Originally Posted by jhill View Post
    True, at least no one scored on that screwed up call at third. But, how can a major league umpire miss such an easy call? Never been a proponent of instant replay in MLB, but the umpiring in this post-season is certainly starting to make me re-think it a little.
    Should be looked into for the obvious missed calls like this.



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    Quote Originally Posted by EggMcClone View Post
    I'm no Yankees defender but they're the ones that actually had a run taken off the board on a missed call. Granted the inning should have been over already but it's not "every" call.
    True, but I think you would have to admit that they've benefitted from at least 3 blown calls thus far.



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    Quote Originally Posted by 06Panther View Post
    I have never ever been a conspiricay theory type guy when it comes to sports, but the Yankees are getting every possible call. All of them have been really bad, and in the Yankees' favor.
    All of them? Perhaps you missed the tag up at third, which Swisher got called out on. Just like two weeks ago in the BOS series. (when he was clearly safe on both of them.)



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    Re: Tim Mclelland is Having a BAD Night

    Quote Originally Posted by chadm View Post
    Should be looked into for the obvious missed calls like this.
    Not to defend him, but is it possible that his view of Cano was blocked, and he just assumed that Cano's foot was on the bag?



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