Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Ke’Bryan Hayes pleaded with Main League Baseball on Sunday to institute the automatic ball-strike machine after an glaring missed call and a subsequent dialog with the umpire.

The resolution took draw all over Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Braves, with plate umpire Bill Miller calling a strike on a pitch proven to be effectively start air the strike zone as Hayes became as soon as starting against first horrible after flipping his bat wait on for what he opinion became as soon as a stroll.

After speaking to Miller as he went wait on to retrieve his bat, Hayes struck out on the following pitch.

Hayes talked about he tried to focus on the call with Miller after the game and shared his aspect of the dialog on social media alongside with a image of the pitch.

“Some umpires in point of reality don’t care,” Hayes posted. “3-1 call not even terminate. I put him accountable after the game strolling off the world and his response is “[shrug emoji] I gave you a possibility to hit a homerun” that tells me you don’t care the least bit.

“No accountability. Ship the ABS please @MLB.”

MLB has but to answer Hayes’ comments.