(WNFL)- If you watched the Milwaukee Brewers' game on TV last night, you saw manager Ron Roenicke have a long discussion with umpire Jeff Kellogg after the second inning. The announcers didn't know what was going on at the time. As it turned out, it was about a breakdown in the TV replay system. Brewers' catcher Jonathan Lucroy was barely thrown out at first. Roenicke challenged the call. It was upheld, but the press box was told it was not an official manager's challenge. After the game, Roenicke said technical difficulties were to blame -- a first at Miller Park since the replay system took effect this season. The replay monitor in the Baltimore clubhouse went down in the first inning, and Kellogg initially said the Brewers had to shut off their system as well. But because the breakdown occurred after the game started, Kellogg later ruled that the Brewers could keep their monitors on. Roenicke said he was told a week ago that if one clubhouse video system breaks down before a game, the other team could not theirs. He said it would make it harder to challenge calls. The Brewers are off today, after taking 2-of-3 from Baltimore. The Crew hosts the Chicago Cubs tomorrow night.
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