If you've been watching any sports highlights last night or today, you must have seen the blown call in Detroit that foiled a Perfect Game for Detroit's Armando Galarraga.
There are no instant replays in MLB, other than to see if the ball has cleared the outfield fence in any homerun discrepancy. But you gotta feel after this they should put a little more into their instant replay system. Obviously they can't have balls and strikes involved, but what about balls hit close to the foul line or even plays at bases with runners being called out or safe, as was the case last night.
I don't know if they should be allowed to change the ruling from yesterday's game and give Galarraga the Perfect Game as there was still a play afterwards and you can't discount those stats really. But going forward they should really look into a system like the NFL has, maybe one challenge per team per game and if they get it right, they can attempt one more.
Any baseball fans wanna comment? Here's the video anyways...