That brought Francona immediately out of the dugout. After a two-minute and three-second review, the call stood, meaning umpires didn't have enough evidence to overturn the call. That made it two outs with nobody on, instead of the Tribe having a runner in scoring position with one out.
"Again, when I'm out there, I only can I see in real time," Francona said. "But I'm still surprised they didn't overturn it. Looked like he was safe. I'm surprised."
"Yeah, he didn't touch me up top, and I still think I got my hand in," Raburn said. "Basically, my leg slid into him, but it's probably one of those calls where they weren't sure, and tough to overturn."
Joe Popely is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.