Brewers’ manager Craig Counsell says his team was built to hit homers, not manufacture runs with bunts. And that’s why he did not have catcher Manny Pina make a sacrifice bunt with runners on first and second and nobody out in the ninth inning of Milwaukee’s 2-1 loss at Tampa Bay. Counsell was still answering media questions about that decision on Monday. The game was tied at one at the time, but Pina — with 25 sacrifice bunts in 12 minor league seasons — was told to swing away, and he hit into a double play before the Rays won the game on a walkoff homer. Counsell had 57 sacrifice bunts in his Major League career as a utility infielder, but he argues that today’s game depends less on “small ball’ and more on the homer — and Counsell says it would be a “big mistake” to let his playing days determine how he manages.