I know this shocks you, but Angel Hernandez continues to be a terrible judge. Hernandez is behind the plate ESPNPresentation Sunday Night Baseball and it didn’t take him long to demonstrate the obvious bell and then do it again several times. Which is not surprising because he is MLB‘s the worst judge.
The lower part of the first with two exits, Philadelphia Phyllis outfielder Bryce Harper faced a score of 1-2 against Milwaukee Brewers’ left side Eric Lauer. Harper watched as fastball came out of the zone for what was supposed to be Ball 2. Unfortunately, Hernandez saw it differently.
Harper was not happy:
At the top of the second with two outs, right-handed Phyllis Aaron Nola had a score of 1-2 on Brewers catcher Omar Narvaez. Nola launched a fast ball at 92 mph, which was not near the zone, so obviously Narvaes was watching the field. Hernandez hurried to call Narvaez.
Check it out:
No intelligent person would ever see this with anything but high and inner. Here is a view from the tracker of the exhibition Gameday:
At the bottom of the second, Hernandez stuck to it. He called Alec Bohm on a slider that was not close:
And at the top of the third Hernandez called Andrew McCatchen on the field, which was clearly outside. McCatchen’s reaction was invaluable.
That’s four in less than three full innings!
We have documented this repeatedly on this here is the site, but Hernandez objectively does a terrible job, and should never allow him to play another game. He keeps proving it over and over again.
Angel Hernandez is losing another Premier League baseball game
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