Re: Why do Dunn and Griffey refuse to use the opposite field.
Originally Posted by texasdave
But Griffey and Dunn are being paid to help this team win games. And there are times when a team simply needs men on base. And if the shift is practically gift-wrapping the opportunity to get men on base, I see no reason why that gift shouldn't be opened.
Exactly! Last night the Reds were down by 2. A homerun is not exactly what they needed. They needed someone to get on base, whether it be a bunt or not.
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