Ump Admits to screwin the Bucs in game 2. Oh yeah, Pirates were swept last night.

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/05168/523198.stm

NEW YORK — Umpiring cost the Pirates a victory Wednesday.

So said the umpires’ crew chief yesterday, in a rare admission for Major League Baseball.

Ed Montague, a 30-year veteran, acknowledged that first-base umpire Tony Randazzo incorrectly called the New York Yankees’ Gary Sheffield safe on what would have been a game-ending double play in the ninth inning. The Yankees went on to tie the score that inning, then win, 7-5, in the 10th on Jason Giambi’s home run.

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1 Response to Ump Admits to screwin the Bucs in game 2. Oh yeah, Pirates were swept last night.

  1. Michael says:

    Like one more win would help. The faster The Bucco’s move out of town, the faster we can get that professional kickball team moved in!

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