You know, whatever we thought of the call, and I didn't like it one bit, every time you have something like this in a sporting event, the case can be made that the losing team had plenty of other opportunities not to lose. So we can gripe all we want, but what really happened was that the Braves shot themselves in the foot and then complained that the pain killer wasn't working.
This is irrelevant. Whether or not the call was correct is the only issue. I do not even think that anyone has suggested it was the sole reason the Braves lost. That Kozma made what was potentially as bad a play that could have opened the door as Jones' error didn't become a story because the ump bailed him out with a crap call.
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