SAN DIEGO -- Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez's time on the bases against the Padres in the sixth inning Friday proved not only painful but also brief.
Ramirez singled to center field to start the sixth inning but slipped taking an aggressive turn around the base and fell to the ground, grabbing at his left leg.
He got back to the base before first baseman Yasmani Grandal got the ball and tagged him -- or did he?
After Ramirez was visited by the Dodgers' training staff -- he stayed in the game -- Padres manager Bud Black came out to contest that Ramirez was off the base when Grandal tagged him, using his manager's challenge.
The replay officials overturned the call and ruled Ramirez out with the Padres holding a 2-1 lead.