White Sox manager Robin Ventura asked for a crew-chief review, arguing that Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli was blocking the plate and did not give Gillaspie a path to score. The call on the field was confirmed after a one-minute and four-second review.
Major League Baseball's Rule 7.13 stipulates that the catcher must provide a clear lane to the runner. The rule has caused some issues this season, with no one entirely sure how to interpret it. The White Sox were stung by the rule on Sunday, when the Blue Jays had a call overturned and scored a run after a review in the first inning.
Jamal Collier is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.