Inside World Series drama during Game 6 at first base: What people are saying about ump crew call

HOUSTON – Washington led 3-2 in the top of the 7th inning at Minute Maid Park Tuesday night when a controversial call at first base might have provided the Nationals with extra incentive.

Trea Turner appeared to beat out a ground ball to first base, but hit the glove of first baseman Yuli Gurriel and knocked it off.

The umpires ruled "interference" and called Turner out at first.

On video review, it looked like Turner stayed in the base path and that the throw was poor, but the call stood, and the Nats were an angry bunch.

Moments later, Anthony Rendon launched a two-run home run to left giving Washington a 5-2 lead.

Still fuming after the call at first, Nationals manager Davey Martinez got ejected after the half inning during a commercial break.

Washington went on to an unlikely 7-2 win, setting up a deciding Game 7 Wednesday night.