Cubs' Joe Maddon says he will meet with MLB concerning the 'Buster Posey rule'
Maddon was ejected from Game 1 for arguing about the controversial home plate blocking rule
On Saturday night, Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon let known his distaste for the Buster Posey rule, in the Cubs' 5-2 loss against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series.
"We talked on the phone. We just have to sit down face-to-face about what I said last night," Maddon said Sunday. "The only thing I'll say about yesterday is it was a tremendous baseball play on our part."
Maddon was ejected from Game 1 after arguing that Charlie Culberson's path to the plate was not impeded by catcher Willson Contreras. The umpires originally ruled Culberson out before overturning the call following a replay review.
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