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What happened after that made it even more memorable.
Galarraga, who was covering first base, refused to lash out at the umpire, and a devastated Joyce apologized to the pitcher in person.
What followed was an outpouring of support for both player and umpire, not to mention calls to expand the use of instant replay.
NOTES: Detroit slugger Magglio Ordonez was a late scratch because of left oblique soreness. Ordonez, batting .312 with eight homers and 41 RBIs, was to bat third and start in right field. Raburn took his spot in the order and started in left, with Boesch shifting from left to right. ... White Sox analyst Ken "Hawk" Harrelson was honored for his nearly 25 years in the White Sox television booth during a pregame ceremony in which he received a crystal microphone. The team announced it will name the broadcast level at U.S. Cellular Field the "Hawk Harrelson Broadcast Level" and place a plaque commemorating his contributions to the organization outside the television and radio broadcast booths. "The more I think about it, the more emotional I get," Harrelson said. "It means a quarter-century of your life has gone by. I don't think there will be 25 more."
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