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The San Francisco Giants and Milwaukee Brewers’ collection this weekend has been nothing wanting dramatic, and the ending of Saturday’s sport added to the theater.
The Giants had the bases loaded within the eighth inning with two outs and Mike Yastrzemski up at bat going through Brewers reliever Jandel Gustave. Yastrzemski, the grandson of Boston Purple Sox nice Carl Yastrzemski, hit a walk-off grand slam Friday night time.
Wilmer Flores was on third base, Darin Ruf was on second base and Evan Longoria had gotten to first base after getting hit by a pitch.
Gustave had a 1-2 rely on Yastrzemski and appeared to step off the mound when residence plate umpire Pat Hoberg known as a balk. Flores trotted residence, and the Giants closed the door within the ninth for the 2-1 win.
A number of Brewers gamers shook their heads in disagreement with the decision when watching it on the replay. MLB followers on Twitter had been additionally uncertain of the place the balk was.
Brewers supervisor Craig Counsell was additionally in disbelief.
“Apparently, they noticed a bit of flinch when he got here up, one thing that wasn’t regular,” he informed reporters, through MLB.com. “The man noticed a balk, he known as it.”
Nonetheless, crew chief umpire Bruce Dreckman stated it was a “fairly lower and dry” name.
“It’s a begin and a cease,” he informed a pool reporter. “Once they begin bringing their palms up, they’ll’t simply convey them up and cease in mid-stroke of their pitching supply.”
Ruf scored the opposite run within the sport on a homer off Brewers starter Eric Lauer.
“It’s good to win a few of these shut video games,” Yastrzemski stated. “We’ve had some heartbreakers this yr the place we’ve misplaced by one run after we’ve been within the sport. It’s good to only be on the profitable facet of that.”
The Brewers fell to 50-42 with the loss. San Francisco improved to 47-43.
The Related Press contributed to this report.