Segura was called out for interference, not for throwing up his hand, but for leaving the baseline, ending the inning and drawing a protest from manager Ron Roenicke.
"[Umpire Mike Estabrook] said he slid too far out of the baseline that he couldn't touch the base," Roenicke said. "Which, maybe, I don't know. I can't see exactly. I could see the skid marks, and his skid marks to where maybe he could have reached it.
"[Estabrook] said, 'And he threw his hands up.' So I said, 'Which one did you call?' He said, 'I called it because he slid too far out of the baseline.'"
The good news for the Brewers was that Segura's X-rays were negative. If he cannot play Saturday, Elian Herrera would start at shortstop in Segura's place.
"It got him pretty good, but it did get him in the meaty part," Roenicke said. "They did X-rays; he's fine. But he's going to be sore."
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