A controversial lost replay challenge by the Atlanta Braves in the ninth inning on Sunday night was the difference in the game, as the Philadelphia Phillies came from behind for a 7-6 win.
Philadelphia's Alec Bohm slid home with the eventual winning run as catcher Travis d'Arnaud attempted to apply the tag, moving from the third-base side of the plate to the first-base side, where Bohm was coming in.
Plate umpire Lance Barrett called Bohm safe, though replays showed he might never have touched home plate. After a long delay for the video challenge, the ruling on the field was upheld.
"In real time, it's bang-bang," Drew Smyly said after the game. "We have five different angles on a national televised game, and it's clear that his foot didn't touch the plate. That it was on the chalk. For MLB not to overturn that, it's embarrassing. Why even have replay if you won't overturn that?"
The official ruling from MLB stated the replay official "could not definitively determine that the runner failed to touch home plate prior to the fielder applying the tag."