That's what Arizona manager Bob Brenley called Ben Davis' bunt-single that broke up Curt Schilling's perfect-game bid in the eighth inning. The Padres were trailing 2-0, and Davis later said he was just trying to win the game. Brenley after the game said, "Ben Davis is a young player and has a lot to learn about how this game is played."
Yesterday, Greg Maddux had just completed three innings of no-hit ball, when Tony Womack started the fourth with a bunt single to break up the no-hitter bid. I know that there is a world of difference between a no-hitter in the 4th and one in the 8th, but if Brenley felt so vehemently that what Ben Davis had done was wrong, how can what Womack did be right? I have seen no commments, chicken-excrement-related or otherwise, from Brenley regarding the play. I have checked ESPN, USA Today, and the Arizona Republic online. I guess Brenley will only comment negatively on other team's players not his own.