The Wild Card game between the Braves and Cardinals was finished under protest yesterday after what was considered a controversial application of the infield fly rule in the 8th inning. The protest was denied by Major League Baseball and Harold Reynolds illustrates why the call was correct using a breakdown of the video and a regular season example of a similar situation. Hopefully, we all now have a better understanding of the rule. I certainly do. Thanks Harold!
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