Scott Atchison let up a two-out single in the 10th inning on Wednesday, after which Scott Rice relieved him, then fumbled Freddie Freeman’s grounder back to the mound. Rice picked up the ball and tossed it to first base for what appeared to be an out.
However, first-base umpire Jerry Layne called Freeman safe. Terry Collins came out to argue, to no avail.
Greg Burke then entered the game and let up a three-run home run on the first pitch he delivered to Chris Johnson.
As Johnson rounded the bases, Daniel Murphy argued the call and immediately got ejected. Collins came back out to argue some more, then got ejected after a few words with Layne, as well.
“I thought we got him, just from my feel,” Josh Satin after the game, according to MLB.com. ”I felt that the ball was in my glove before he hit the bag, but it’s a tough play, and the break didn’t go our way.”