This MLB postseason has had quite the whoppers when it comes to blown calls.
It began with a treacherous infield fly call on a ball that landed in the outfield, continued with a dubious foul ball in the Baltimore-New York division series, and has now manifested itself completely in the American League Championship Series between the Tigers and the Yankees.
The Yankees have had to swallow at least three calls they thought were off so far in the ALCS, with manager Joe Girardi getting himself tossed and calling for instant replay after the latest one.
New York was trailing 1-0 on Sunday when Robinson Cano caught a Nick Swisher relay and tried to tag Detroit's Omar Infante after he overran second base. Cano appeared to catch Infante, but he was called safe, provoking great consternation from Yankees fans who thought the umps had also miscalled two bases-loaded forces in Game 1.
Cano's non-out, however, was far more egregious. See what everyone was squawking about in the video below, then see whether it should join list of the Top 10 worst calls in MLB postseason history.