Should Commissioner Selig Declare a Perfect Game?
Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga dominated the Cleveland Indians Wednesday night. Galarraga threw 88 pitches in a near perfect game. With 26 down, The Indians’ Jason Donald apparently grounded out, the throw to first in plenty of time, but first base umpire Jim Joyce called Donald safe. Galarraga got the 28th out and the Tigers won the game, but Galarraga was robbed of the 2010 season’s third perfect game.
Now some fans are calling for MLB Commissioner Bud Selig to overturn the call and declare it a perfect game. Other fans disagree.
What should Selig do?