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OMAHA, Neb. Dashon Goldson Black Jersey . —For now,
only an umpires call on whether a home run really is a home run will be subject
to video review at the College World Series. NCAA vice-president for football
and baseball Dennis Poppe said Tuesday that officials would have to think long
and hard about adding other situations that could be reviewed. Division I
baseball leaders for several years have discussed the possibility of using
instant replay, Poppe said, but didnt take action until after a home run was
wrongly ruled a double at last years CWS. “Theres an example of where instant
replay could have corrected that,” Poppe said. “Fortunately, it didnt impact the
game. But you dont want human error or the inability to see something to
influence the game and the effort the kids put forth. Youve got to make sure its
as fair and square as can be.” Umpires at the CWS, which starts Friday, will be
limited to reviewing whether a batted ball has cleared the fence, gone foul or
if a fan has interfered. “Lets walk before we run,” Poppe said. “Lets make sure
we have down the crucial issues, and there probably is no more crucial issue
than the home run—whether its good or bad.” Last year, in an 8-4 win over
Texas, Floridas Brian Johnson hit a ball that bounced back into play after
striking the railing above the yellow line atop the right-centre wall. The NCAA
umpire co-ordinator said after the game that the hit should have been ruled a
home run and that the umpires decision to hold Johnson at second base was wrong.
“All that matters last year is we won the game,” Johnson said Tuesday, adding
that he heard a couple days ago that instant replay would be used this year.
Florida coach Kevin OSullivan, whose team is back in Omaha as the No. 1 national
seed, said anything that can help the umpires get the call right is a good
thing. “Thats no knock on not getting the call last year,” OSullivan said.
“Thats what makes this sport so good: theres decisions sometimes in the game
that arent right and youve got to battle through those decisions.” Instant
replay couldnt be used in the regular season or regionals because not all games
are televised, Poppe said. Though super regionals are televised, some stadiums
dont have easily accessible areas where umpires can review video. ESPN provides
more than a dozen camera angles at the CWS, and 2-year-old TD Ameritrade Park
easily accommodates a review area. UCLA coach John Savage, whose Bruins are the
No. 2 seed, said he wouldnt want the use of instant replay expanded beyond
home-run calls. “We shouldnt use it for balls and strikes or safe or out,” he
said. “If we used it for everything, it would slow the game down too much. But I
think the way they want to use it is fair, and in the end they all want to get
it right.” The use of instant replay will be left to the discretion of the
umpire crew chief and must occur before the next pitch or play. There wont be a
formal “coaches challenge” opportunity, though under college rules coaches are
able to request a conference among umpires. If instant replay is used, the
umpire who made the disputed call and the crew chief would go to a designated
area to review video. At least one umpire would remain on the field. During a
review, the defensive team players would be required to maintain their positions
and other players and coaches would have to stay in the dugout. There is no time
limit, but lengthy reviews are discouraged and would be considered possible
evidence that there is no indisputable video evidence to change a call. The crew
chief makes the final decision on whether a call stands or is reversed. Ray
Tanner, coach of two-time defending national champion South Carolina, joked that
he wants to have a challenge flag to throw onto the field like football coaches
who want a play reviewed. “Weve grown a lot in this game and, lo and behold,
were doing video review in college baseball,” Tanner said. “Thats outstanding.”
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from the disabled list last Friday. TORONTO —Ricky Romero doesnt have much to
show for his improved pitching. Despite allowing three runs (two earned) on four
hits over seven innings on Friday, Romero lost his eighth consecutive decision
as the New York Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays 10-4. “I felt great,” Romero
(8-9) said. “Felt like I finished strong. I got back to the delivery Ive been
looking for.” Yankees right-hander Freddy Garcia (6-5) allowed two runs over six
innings and Ichiro Suzuki, starting in centre field for the first time since
2008, drove in five runs. “It had been a while so I was a little nervous but
there were no tough balls at me today,” Ichiro said. “Everything went well.”
Ichiro, who was acquired in a trade with the Seattle Mariners on July 23, has
been a right fielder for most of his career but also has played left since
joining the Yankees. He was back in right in the eighth inning after Granderson
checked into the game to play center. Garcia held the Blue Jays to five hits and
no walks while striking out four on only 78 pitches. His pitching and Ichiros
hitting helped the Yankees (66-46) improve their win streak to three while the
Blue Jays (53-59) have lost four in a row. “It sucks that we lost,” Romero said.
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guys in this clubhouse do too.” “I thought Ricky got better as the night went
along,” Blue Jays manager John Farrell said. “It seemed the rhythm of his
fastball was much better, threw some good curveballs to mix in as well as well
as a cutter.” Kelly Johnson drove in two runs for the Blue Jays with a homer and
a double. Mark Teixeira hit his 22nd homer of the season on the first pitch of
the eighth inning to start a three-run inning by the Yankees that extended their
lead to 6-2. They added four runs in the ninth against the injury-depleted Blue
Jays who came up with a run in the ninth. “Its weird, Ive never seen anything
like it,” Romero said of the Blue Jays injury list. “Ive never seen so many
players go in and out of this clubhouse. Weve battled with what we have and were
not going to give up.” The Yankees scored twice in the second as Romero
continually fell behind in the count. Johnson got one back for Toronto with his
13th homer of the season in the bottom of the second. The Yankees scored again
in the third. Nick Swisher led off with a single, took second on a groundout and
scored on Canos single. The Blue Jays put together three hits in a row with one
out in the fourth but only scored once when Johnsons double sent home
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and retired 14 of 16 batters after Canos RBI single with one out in the third.
Romero said hes been working with pitching coach Bruce Walton to improve the
effectiveness of his fastball. “Thats one of the things I wanted to get back to
doing was challenge the hitters with my heater,” Romero said. “I felt like at
times before I got away from it and tried to trick guys a little too much. But I
know my heater is pretty good enough to get guys out, I proved that again
today.” Garcia retired his final eight batters after Johnsons RBI double before
left-hander Boone Logan replaced him to start the seventh. Logan retired his
only two batters before Joba Chamberlain took over to finish the inning. After
Teixeiras homer led off the eighth, the Yankees got two-out singles from Nix,
Martin and Ichiro to produce two more runs. Anthony Gose started the bottom of
the eighth with a single against Chamberlain, then stole second and third after
David Robertson took over on the mound. Gose scored when Colby Rasmus grounded
into a double play. Rasmus then came out of the game with groin troubles. The
Yankees tacked on four in the ninth. Jeter singled and came home on Swishers
double against right-hander David Carpenter who made his Blue Jays debut. A few
batters later, Brad Lincoln came in an allowed a two-run double by Ichiro that
Davis played poorly in left as he lost the ball in the lights. The Blue Jays
scored a run in the bottom of the ninth on a single by Mathis against
Cody Eppley. Clay Rapada had allowed hits to Cooper and Yan Gomes before
leaving. Notes: Attendance at Rogers Centre was 41,610. ...Carpenter was
promoted from triple-A Las Vegas as a roster replacement for third-baseman
Brett Lawrie (strained right oblique muscle) of Langley. B.C. who went on the
15-day disabled list Thursday. Carpenter, who was obtained in the July 20 trade
with Houston, was 0-1 with a 1.93 earned-run average with Las Vegas. ...After
the game he was returned to Las Vegas and infielder Mike McCoy was recalled.
...Right-hander Juan Abreu was claimed off waivers from Houston on Friday and
assigned to triple-A Las Vegas. Right-hander Scott Richmond of North Vancouver
was designated for assignment to make room for Abreu on the 40-man roster.
...Left-hander Aaron Laffey (3-2, 4.39 ERA) will start Saturday for Toronto
against right-hander Ivan Nova (10-6, 4.81 ERA). ’ ’ ’ 

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