Angels working on the infield
TEMPE, Ariz. -- The latest replay wrinkle -- yes, there seems to be one every day -- is that infielders might need to change the way they play. At least, that was Mike Scioscia's opinion after one of his infielders got dinged by instant replay for a play that used to be allowed. In the eighth inning of the Angels' 10-6 loss to the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday, Andrew Romine received a throw at second and lost the ball taking it out of his glove. The original ruling was that Romine caught the ball and then took it out of his glove, but after reviewing the replay, umpires ruled that he never had possession. Scioscia said plays like that could change how infielders handle that situation. ...