So in terms of postseason games that had controversial umpiring calls who've you got as having done the worst while wearing blue?
Rank them if you want to but have at least one clear choice.
Refreshers as follows: Denkinger called KC runner safe at first in 1985 Cards-Royals Game 6 ninth inning. Royals rally from 1-0 deficit in the game to win 2-1 and tie the Series at 3 a piece. Then go on to win it in the 7th game.
Garcia says no fan interference as Jeffrey Maier pulls Derek Jeter's fly ball into the stands of the short porch of Yankee Stadium during the bottom of the eighth of the 1996 ALCS, Game 1. NY beats Baltimore in 5 games.
Gregg has a strike zone the size of Rhode Island and Livan Hernandez makes great use of it in the 5th game of the 1997 NLCS as he K's 15 Braves in route to a win. Marlins take the NL crown in the 6th contest.
Cuzzi as the left field line ump never claims he lost it in the lights as he calls Joe Mauer's line drive foul in spite of it obviously landing fair in the top of the 11th of 2009's ALDS. In spite of loading the bases then, Twins don't score and Yanks win in the bottom of the frame on a walk off HR.
Holbrook has as much chance of catching the ball as either Kozma or Holliday but signals the infield fly rule in this year's NL Wild Card game. Should the left field line ump be the one making that call ever, or at all? Braves can't come back to beat the Cards.
Nelson believes he sees the phantom tag of Robinson Cano on Omar Infante as the latter tries to get back to 2nd base. Infante was tagged, was out, but called safe and the Tigers go on to add 2 runs in the 8th inning of this year's ALCS game 2. Tigers win the game and eventually move on the the 2012 World Series.