Here’s what Amaro Jr. said:
"“I don’t like that play,” said Amaro Jr. “I believe that was somewhere in between a sac bunt and a bunt for a base hit and I guess the feeling that Daza had, I gotta believe that he did that on his own because, very rarely, unless it’s late in the game, do you want to give up outs in Colorado and I just have a feeling that Daza was trying to bunt for a base hit and then, if he failed (in) bunting for a base hit, he at least moves the runners over.”"
First off, again, there’s the Colorado/Coors thing. Always a factor in opposing broadcasts.
Secondly, what’s wrong with that play then? He is doing something to further his team’s scoring chances either way.
But as Fuentes is batting (1-0 count by the time Amaro finished saying what he said above), he hits a sac fly to center field on the 1-0 pitch to score McMahon. 2-1 Phillies.
But Amaro Jr. describes what Fuentes hit and then continues on his previous point:
"“One of the reasons why I don’t like that play — that drag bunt — in that situation, actually, is that I don’t like to give the back end of my lineup the opportunity to drive runs in. You want to try to get as many shots at base hits as you can in the deep part of your lineup and you’ve got the pitcher coming up in a couple of batters. I mean, I understand why he did it, I just don’t agree with it.”"