There's Davey Johnson in the process of getting ejected for the first time this season on a blown call by first base umpire Marvin Hudson in the sixth, which was immediately followed by a game-tying home run by Jason Heyward. Here's Davey, via Washington Post:
"If I can see it from 150 feet that the throw beats him, and he’s on the bag and he was out of position, I wanted him to get help. Those are critical points in games. I’ve got old eyes and I can see that. He’s a good umpire. I felt like the object is to just get this right. We don’t need to give them a little added momentum here. Get some help. I probably overreacted, but it was really a critical point in the ballgame. My pitcher pitched a heck of a ballgame. We had a lead. We don’t need to give them any gifts."
(Davey Johnson, via Washington Post, 9/16/2012)
Braves 5, Nationals 4: Sure, the blown call hurt, but so did Ryan Mattheus losing the ability to throw strikes in the 8th. NL East lead down to 6 1/2, but no worries...
Yeah, Hudson blew it:
(Screen caps via MLB.com/FOX)