Vinny Castilla just got an early birthday present. With runners at first and second, he had a ground ball hit right at him at third base. As he caught the ball, the runner from second began his headfirst slide into third. Castilla appeared to tag him and throw the batter out at first. However, it was clear on the replays that Castilla was nowhere near tagging the the runner. The analysts said that was one of those "in the vicinity" plays. Maybe a middle infielder turning a double play should got some latitude on whether he touched second so that he can avoid injury, but a there is no such thing as a tag "in the vicinity" play. The ump, who was standing right there, just missed the call.