Scioscia wins challenge in finale with Mariners

Scioscia wins challenge in finale with Mariners

ANAHEIM -- The Mariners' Logan Morrison was called out in the fifth inning after a video review overturned the call on the field of an infield single during the Angels' series finale with Seattle on Thursday night at Angel Stadium.

Morrison grounded Wade LeBlanc's first pitch of the inning to second baseman Grant Green, who barehanded the ball and fired to first. Efren Navarro made a nifty scoop to catch the low throw, which barely beat Morrison.

Morrison would have been Seattle's third baserunner against LeBlanc, who started in place of Jered Weaver as Mike Scioscia scratched Weaver and rested his regular position players the night after his club clinched the American League West title.

Chris Denorfia flied out and Mike Zunino struck out to end the inning and keep the game scoreless.

Matthew DeFranks is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.