Lexington umpire Sam Holbrook was working home plate in Game 7 of the 2016 World Series between the Cubs and Indians. He had a close view when Rajai Davis tied the game for Cleveland in the bottom of the eighth with a 2-run home run. “That was the loudest stadium I’ve ever been in,” Holbrook says of the homer’s aftermath.
Lexington umpire Sam Holbrook was working home plate in Game 7 of the 2016 World Series between the Cubs and Indians. He had a close view when Rajai Davis tied the game for Cleveland in the bottom of the eighth with a 2-run home run. “That was the loudest stadium I’ve ever been in,” Holbrook says of the homer’s aftermath. Charlie Riedel Associated Press
Lexington umpire Sam Holbrook was working home plate in Game 7 of the 2016 World Series between the Cubs and Indians. He had a close view when Rajai Davis tied the game for Cleveland in the bottom of the eighth with a 2-run home run. “That was the loudest stadium I’ve ever been in,” Holbrook says of the homer’s aftermath. Charlie Riedel Associated Press

For Lexington’s Holbrook, umpiring World Series Game 7 ‘the pinnacle’

November 10, 2016 04:59 PM