The St. Louis Cardinals are upset that Addison Russell's game-tying single was called fair on Tuesday night.
Seth Maness was ejected after arguing the call. The Chicago Cubs tacked on two more runs in the inning en route to a 5-3 win.
"I saw it hit 2 feet foul right in the dirt, and it's really hard to see whereabouts it hit foul again," Maness said. "I'm really no physics major, but I don't know how it hits foul and then curves back -- but it could -- I'm not saying it didn't."
Mike Matheny wishes he could have challenged the play.
As first-base umpire Pat Hoberg called a fair ball, Mark Reynolds threw his arms up. Maness ran over and was tossed.
Matheny saw "two players over there screaming and yelling that it's a blatant miss" and went out to argue. He said he understood it wasn't a challengeable play but believes it should be.
"We have enough technology to show us. Why not take a look?" Matheny said. "We're taking a look at everything else."