Major League Baseball is standing behind the replay reversal that took away the winning run from the Tigers in a game last week against the Pirates.

Detroit’s Nicholas Castellanos initially was called safe in the bottom of the 10th inning Friday, and the Tigers spilled onto the field to celebrate what they thought was a win on Opening Day. After a review, Castellanos was ruled out and the game continued. Pittsburgh ended up winning 13-10 in 13 innings.

Before Monday’s game against Kansas City, Detroit manager Ron Gardenhire indicated that general manager Al Avila had spoken with MLB.

“There (were) definitely mistakes made,” Gardenhire said. “The time of it was definitely wrong. …continue reading here…