Cardinals Win, But Braves Protest Game Because of Crazy Infield Fly Rule Call [Video]

Infield fly rule. Get ready to learn all about it! The St. Louis Cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves, 6-3 to advance to the National League Wild-er Card round. The game was finished under protest following an insane infield fly rule call in the 8th that ruined what could have been a crucial Braves rally. Andrelton Simmons popped the ball up the shallow left field and shortstop Pete Kozma tracked the ball before letting it drop. The call was questionable at best and was followed by a protest and Atlanta fans showering the field with beer cups and cans. And that is how Chipper Jones career ended.

And here is the longer, much higher quality MLB.com version.


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