One American League player, when discussing the use of replay for fair-foul calls, said that the bottom line for players and fans "is to get the game called right".
But an ESPN confidential poll of 100 major leaguers shows that an overwhelming majority of players do not care about making sure the game is officiated as accurately as possible.
Only 36% believed replay should be used on fair/foul calls and 22% would like to see replay on base calls. (I'm curious how many players now approve of reviewing questionable/possible home runs. I'll bet the number of positive votes has increased since replay was introduced.)
I was surprised to see that only 12 of the 100 players thought Jim Joyce's incorrect call at first base, which denied Detroit's Armando Galarraga a perfect game on June 2, should have been overturned.