As we all know a sac bunt is not worth much unless you need just one run. I'm watching the OSU/UGA game and OSU has cashed in on a few sac bunts. One was actually an E-1 so they had runners on the corner. Just curious about the responses to the following question.
Say FSU is down or up by 1 in the 7th with a runner on 2nd and a hitter that tends to strike out a bunch up to bat. We'll call this hitter Ohmid Danish. Do you sac bunt with Danish? On one hand the sac bunt is at least a productive out, however you lessen your chances of a base hit but the batter doesn't really handle the bat all that well and is in the lineup for his superb defense.