“I think you need guys in New York who are just replay officials who have an understanding [of the game]; then you build continuity,” Scioscia said before Saturday’s game against the
"Right now, they rotate through, so there's a different standard every night to what is going to overturn a call. You need a little more continuity in that regard."
With the Angels trailing, 1-0, in the seventh inning Friday night, Kole Calhoun led off with a single, and
Scioscia challenged the call, and replays clearly showed Calhoun's foot touching the bag before the ball reached second baseman Matt Duffy's glove. But the call was upheld after a review, which stunned Scioscia.
"I don't think there's anybody in the world who's going to see that replay and not think Calhoun was safe," Scioscia fumed. "That just baffles me. It is 100% obvious that Kole was safe."
Scioscia did not speak to