Brewers' Khris Davis has HR waved off, reinstated on strange play

It was almost an embarrassing blunder. Instead, it was a home run. MORE: Stanton's amazing catch | Watching Bartolo Colon run the bases will brighten your dayIn a matter of minutes, Brewers outfielder Khris Davis hit a home run, had it waved off on appeal, and then reinstated after a review.  Davis hit a home run deep to right field during Monday's game against the Giants at Miller Park. After Davis had returned to the dugout, Giants manager Bruce Bochy walked out to home plate umpire Will Little to argue Davis had not touched home plate. Little later called Davis out after pitcher Tim Lincecum threw to catcher Andrew Susac. Brewers manager Craig Counsell then challenged Little's call. After a video review, the umpiring crew deemed Davis did touch home plate, and gave the Brewers back their run. Davis homered in his next at-bat, too, and he made

absolute certain to touch home plate his second time around. (Source: .com)