After a two-minute, 15-second review, the call was ruled as stands.
White Sox Manager Robin Ventura's inaugural challenge came on April 6 in Kansas City, on a play where a safe call of Eric Hosmer at first stood, despite it looking like Hosmer was retired to complete the double play. The usually even-keeled Ventura was visibly irritated by that decision, and he wasn't much happier on Tuesday.
"I'm not doing too good on those," said Ventura with a wry smile. "You look at the replay, you see what you see on the field. ... I haven't seen the replay yet.
"But I know what I see on the field and then what everyone else sees on the replay. Having trust in it is getting pretty hard right now. Even looking around the league, it's a coin toss if you are going out there."
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