In 2014, Major League Baseball instituted the “Buster Posey rule” aimed at decreasing both the amount and the severity of home plate collisions.
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Hedges held onto the ball for the out, but had to leave the game with a thigh an “egregious” violation of the rule." data-reactid="18"The league decided to take a closer look at the play following post-game comments by Padres manager Andy Green. It’s reliant on the umpire’s interpretation, meaning the same play could result in a different ruling based on whoever is behind the plate.