Hinch said Rasmus slid past the base because of the nature of the play and not needing to slide until he was 5-7 feet away from the bag.
"It's a topic that I'm getting asked about every day, so I'm assuming [Woodfork] gets asked," Hinch said. "The umpires asked me about it again yesterday when I went out on the field.
"Nothing gets resolved [during the discussions] as much as everybody gets an opportunity to say their piece. I feel the same way as the other day. I think the rule goes too far and takes a little bit of competition out of the hands of the players."
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