"Well, if he's inside the line and it affected his throw, he could've called the guy out at home. I didn't see that. Did he have to throw it outside the guy? He should've just thrown it right at him and hit the guy, then it's interference...he'd be out. He was still in fair territory when he threw it."
(Davey Johnson, via postgame interview/MASN, 6/14/2013)
Indians 2, Nationals 1: Judging from Davey Johnson's starting lineup, he didn't want to win anyway. Regardless, if you can only manage two hits and one run, you probably don't deserve to win.
Still, Jason Kipnis clearly obstructed Adam LaRoche's throw in the 9th to end the game. LaRoche doesn't buy it:
Adam LaRoche doesn't blame Jason Kipnis on the final play: "I just threw it at his head. He’s right in the line and ducked and we lost."— James Wagner (@JamesWagnerWP) June 15, 2013
(Screencap, Vine, via MASN/TV)