"If we go to replay, whatever we ascertain from the replay is the call we make," Davis said. "So a foul ball is a possibility in that situation. That was the delay, because that's what I was telling [Maddon], that if we go to replay, that's possibly what could happen."
On Monday, Maddon still disagreed with Davis' premise about what could be reviewed.
"I disagree, because that would be a ruling that was made up on the spot," Maddon said. "Doubles are not reviewable. That's a boundary call. Home runs are. Had they called it a home run and [Orioles manager] Buck [Showalter] challenges it and it's a foul ball, of course it's a foul ball. But if they rule it's a double on the field and it's reviewed, they cannot say that's a foul ball. It's already been called a double. Doubles aren't reviewable; home runs are.
"I think they were wrong, and I'm waiting for clarification from the league," he added, "because you cannot change a double from a fair ball to a foul ball. That was my concern."
Bill Chastain is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.