He could not have been cooler under pressure.
The same can't be said for the man who presented Bumgarner with the World Series MVP trophy.
Chevrolet representative Rikk Wilde — or "Chevy Guy" as he was quickly dubbed on social media — fumbled through his lines as he tried to work through the advertorial elements ("technology and stuff?") of the sponsored trophy presentation.
MLB commissioner Bud Selig, a former car salesman himself, did not look impressed.
We feel for you, Rikk. It's a tough spot that the company didn't make any easier with that interminable script.
And, hey, your World Series probably still went better than Royals manager Ned Yost's.Suggest a correction