MLB's first one-game wild-card playoff was not staged without controversy. In the eighth inning, Braves shortstop Andrelton Simmons hit a fly ball that dropped in beyond Cardinals shortshop Pete Kozma, which would have loaded the bases for Atlanta with one out. However, the left-field umpire invoked the infield fly rule, calling Simmons out. Braves fans immediately began throwing bottles and cans on the field, resulting in an 18-minute delay, and manager Fredi Gonzalez informed the umpires the Braves would be playing the rest of the game under protest. Reaction outside Atlanta was just as strong. What did you think of the call? Comment and vote below.