Muncy dropped his bat, watching his homer as he slowly began his trot around the bases.
The southpaw walked towards Muncy and barked at him, saying "Don't watch the ball, run", until home plate umpire Will Little ran over and had to calm him down.More news: Kyle Rudolph To Sign 4-Year, $36M Contract Extension With Vikings
After the game, Muncy discussed his conversation with Bumgarner, delivering what may be the quote of the year.
Bumgarner finished with seven strong innings, allowing just four hits and a walk while striking out five. First of all, Muncy just hit a ball 428 feet, so please excuse him for not sprinting out of the batter's box.More news: Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition comes to Switch this Winter
"I mean, they want to let everybody be themselves, [so] let me be myself". That's me. You do your thing, I'll do mine. The last San Francisco batter to make a splash was Brandon Belt May 15 of past year. Kenley Jansen came on to pitch the ninth, recording his 19th save.
In a series in which they couldn't get the big hit, they didn't get much of anything Sunday, squeezing five hits against Walker Buehler and the Dodgers bullpen. A one-run loss and one-run victory started and finished the series. San Francisco got back-to-back singles leading off the sixth but Mike Yastrzemski was run down from behind by catcher Austin Barnes trying to scramble back to third on Pablo Sandoval's grounder to third. Stephen Vogt and Kevin Pillar, with runners on first and second, then lobbed flyballs to left and center, respectively, to end the Giants' best threat.More news: HTC U19e with Snapdragon 710 SoC & Desire 19+ Smartphones Launched in Taiwan
Giants: RHP Tyler Beede (0-2, 8.15) takes another shot at his first major league win when he faces the visiting San Diego Padres on Tuesday. Buster Posey (right hamstring strain) ran on a treadmill before the game and will run the bases during Monday's off day.