Steve Weller canada goose vest dame tilbud , the official scorer in Friday night's game between the Boston Red Sox and Texas Rangers, is facing scrutiny for making an error call in the seventh inning.
With two outs in the inning, Yu Darvish had a perfect game going.
A ball hit by David Ortiz fell between second baseman Rougned Odor and right fielder Alex Rios. Either could have caught the ball, but neither touched it.
More than a minute went by with no scoring call. Then it came -- error on Rios.
"In my judgment, when the ball goes up in the air, I felt like the second baseman or right fielder under normal effort could have caught the ball," Weller explained to pool reporter Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News: "Under the rule canada goose vest herre rød , 10.12a1, it clearly states that a fly ball that lands -- that's allowed to hit the ground, that in the judgment of the official scorer under normal effort could be caught -- you're to award an error on the play.''
Weller said since the play broke up a perfect game, he called the Elias Sports Bureau, something he would not normally do.
They concurred with his call.
Darvish carried a no-hitter into the ninth inning.
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