While Wednesday night's World Series rendition of "God Bless America" is getting plenty of negative attention, there was another very awkward moment captured on camera that happened after the game's final pitch. And it involved a gift during the MVP presentation.
After the Giants' Madison Bumgarner received the award for the World Series most valuable player, Fox's Erin Andrews introduced Rikk Wilde, a regional zone manager for Chevrolet. As is common, Chevrolet is a major sponsor and got the chance to present a new car to Bumgarner (which is really just code for: They paid a lot of money for a live TV commercial). But almost immediately, it was obvious Mr. Wilde was nervous and having a little trouble.
The one line that stood out while talking about the "all new 2015 Chevy Colorado"? "It combines class-winning and -leading, um, you know technology and stuff with wi-fi powered by OnStar, sitting there on the screen," he said, all while checking his notecards.
Poor Rikk. As we say here in the South, "bless his heart":
(H/T: Bleacher Report)