What the Twins radio PBP guys said during the game...
Provus: He bunts. Third base line, and this will roll past the bag. That is a ninth-inning, one-out, bunt single, in a 7-nothing game. Are you kidding me?
Gladden: Look at Paul [Molitor]. He’s staring in the dugout of Buck Showalter right now.
Provus: Wow. That’s shocking. Shocking.
Gladden: That’s cheesy.
Provus: It’s not a 2-nothing game; it’s not a 3-nothing game here. It’s 7-nothing.
Gladden: You’re talking about a young kid, Chance Sisco, and maybe he doesn’t know any better, but he’s going to find out later when he comes to Target Field.
Provus: That is one you mark down for early July [when the Orioles play in the Twin Cities].
And what the Twins TV PBP guys said... at least their is one sensible announcer in their crew. And it's a former player that actually had played the game
BREMER: Squaring to bunt. Are you kidding me? Good for him. [He said “good for him” with like stratospheric levels of condescension and smugness.]
BLYLEVEN: Dick, if they’re gonna put the shift on him, we saw Rosario do it earlier. It’s still the game. He didn’t break up a no-hitter. So, they give it to you, take it.
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