I just witnessed a macho, manly man (well, Kole Calhoun) bunt to get a hit against a ridiculously lopsided shift. This is the first time I have ever seen a hitter with decent power play the shift instead of (usually) hitting into the shift.
It's about time. I have no quarrel with the shift at all. But for the past couple years while "the shift" has been in vogue, it has been infuriating to see sluggers (real or self-imagined) not adapt. This is a turn for the better, and I hope this continues. Good for you, Kole Calhoun.