Brewers manager Ron Roenicke challenged, and Brewers fans reacted to the replay as if they believed the home team would win. Instead, the call stood. Bonifacio was ruled safe on the play, and Roenicke fell to 5-5 in challenges this season.
After seeing the replay on the video board, Roenicke said he was "very surprised" that the call stood, and it prompted him to ask the officiating crew whether they had any input into replay decisions.
"What I wanted to know -- and I asked [first-base umpire] Jerry Meals -- was, does it come from New York?" Roenicke said. "If the guys here are looking up on the board and see something, do they have an input? [They said] it comes from New York. I don't know what they saw different than what we saw."
Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo followed with a two-run home run to end the teams' scoreless tie.
"It was a big play," Roenicke said. "It puts Wily back in the windup with two outs, and it changes what happens out there."
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