The Atlanta Braves have been on the wrong end of some truly horrible calls in their recent postseason history. In the 2012 NL Wild Card game, the Braves saw a late rally spoiled when the infield fly rule was called on a fly ball to the outfield.
That play wasn’t reviewable and led to a trash-littered Turner Field in Atlanta.
Well, nine years later, the Braves found themselves in disbelief over another obvious missed call. But because MLB has a laughably broken replay system, the umpiring crew was not allowed to overturn a clear missed call in a high-leverage spot of a postseason game.
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