The Reds played in Miami, but they won in New York.

The replay officials there ruled Zack Cozart safe with the tying run in the eighth inning, and Ryan Ludwick followed with a two-run single to give the Reds a 3-1 victory over the Marlins on Thursday.

After being thrown out at the plate easily by Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton, Cozart was called safe due to Rule 7.13, which doesn't allow catchers to block the plate. Cozart and Reds manager Bryan Price immediately argued that catcher Jeff Mathis didn't give Cozart the required path to the plate. And after six minutes and 10 seconds, the replay officials agreed.

"I put my head down to run – and then as I'm looking up, I can tell right away that he's in front of the play and the ball wasn't even close to being there," Cozart said. "In my view and the way I interpret the rule, that was wrong. I didn't really know what to do, because he was in front of the plate. Running him over, I just, it was an awkward thing to not be able to slide, but I had a good idea the call would get overturned."

MLB released a statement in light of the call: "We have begun to examine the Crew Chief Review in tonight's Reds-Marlins game, which resulted in a violation of Rule 7.13, the call being overturned and a run scoring on the play. We plan to discuss this situation further with the appropriate parties tomorrow, and we will communicate with the Clubs after our discussion about this play."