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Dana Andrew DeMuth

  • Height 6' 0", Weight 230 lbs.

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Dana DeMuth has been a big league umpire since 1983. He is currently designated a crew chief. He has worked five World Series, in 1993, 1998, 2001, 2009 and 2013.

While working the 2013 World Series, he was involved in two game-turning plays. In Game 1, he originally called Boston Red Sox baserunner Dustin Pedroia out at second base in the 1st inning when St. Louis Cardinals SS Pete Kozma dropped the ball while trying to turn a double play; Red Sox manager John Farrell protested, DeMuth conferred with his colleagues and reversed the call, calling Pedroia safe and the Red Sox went on to score three runs. In Game 3, he was working home plate when Allen Craig attempted to score the winning run in the bottom of the 9th inning; the throw from LF Daniel Nava, but DeMuth called him safe, pointing out that third base umpire Jim Joyce had called obstruction on 3B Will Middlebrooks. The call ended the game in St. Louis' favor, and while uncommon, was solidly rooted in the rules, earning praise from most independent observers.

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