Ron Washington's apparently anticipating a different sort of game than we've become used to.
Because after Ian Kinsler led off the sixth inning with a bloop single, Washington (presumably) ordered Elvis Andrus to lay down a sacrificial bunt. Which Andrus did, Kinsler happily trotting to second base while Andrus was out at first by a country mile.
Kinsler soon sprinted to third base after Jon Jay caught Josh Hamilton's fly to deep center field.
But that's where Kinsler stayed, officially, because Michael Young slapped a grounder down the first-base line that (of course) Albert Pujols snagged, well into right field, and tossed to Chris Carpenter to end the threat.
You know, like this: