With his challenge still available, manager Brad Ausmus quickly got word from defensive coordinator Matt Martin and bench coach Gene Lamont to use it. The review took just 39 seconds once the first replay angle showed that Cabrera had the ball in his glove before Shuck's foot hit the bag.
Teams don't need a challenge to have a call reviewed from the seventh inning on. However, if a team still has its challenge, it has to use it. The ruling improved Ausmus' record to 21 plays overturned out of 37 challenges.
The call soon loomed large once Michael Brantley and Carlos Santana followed with back-to-back singles. Thus, instead of having the bases loaded and one out, Chamberlain had two on and two out for Yan Gomes, who was denied an RBI single when Torii Hunter made a diving catch.
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