The review priorities seem totally misguided to me. I have similar problems with NBA review, where calls are overturned or decided based on the letter of a given rule rather than the spirit of it, to the point that review in many cases is not actually solving a problem. Reviewing if someone came a millimeter off the bag during a slide on a play where he was clearly safe is not solving a problem. We don't need to go back to the time if a shortstop not coming within feet of the bag on a double play, but it's ridiculous to review a play like we just saw while not leaving open the possibility to review whether or not bat made contact with ball.Thank goodness. They would have needed an X-Ray to determine if some part of his body wasn't on the bag during that tag.