Adam Dunn just came through with a fly ball to center with runners in scoring position. Pirates' center fielder Chris Duffy slid for it and the ball bounced into his glove at the ground, but the umpire called Dunn out.
Jerry Narron came out and insisted the umpires discuss the play, and they did acknowledge that it hit the ground, but they stupidly made Felipe Lopez go back to third, apparently because that's where they thought he would have made it at the time of the bad call. If Lopez had shattered his leg while running, they wouldn't have awarded him the base, but apparently if the center fielder thinks the runner is out, he's not obliged to throw home.
Jim Tracy got ejected arguing about it.
Tune in to ESPN tomorrow: that play showing over and over will be the most coverage any Reds'-Pirates' game gets all season. Too bad it's not for the fact that Dunn actually managed to come through with the clutch hit.