If you're like me, every so often you're watching a game and yelling at a guy, "Just #%&@$ bunt the #%&@$ baseball down the #%&@$ line! The #%&@$ third baseman's playing in #%&@$ Timbuktu. For #%&@$ sake!"
Or something like that. Your non-specific characters might vary. And yet the batters almost never, ever do it. Maybe it's because they're too stubborn. Maybe they don't want to mess up their swings. Or maybe they're really #%&@$ crappy bunters. You do it right, though, and you can run for a while. Just watch Robinson Canó Friday night against the Red Sox:
That's it. Right there. Just punch it down the #%&@$ left-field line. It won't work every time, but how often does that have to work to make it worth trying? And how often does it have to work to convince the enemy to just dispense with the #%&@$ shift anyway?
C'mon, guys. This really isn't so complicated, is it?