Re: Good Thread Idea on the Sun Deck--Cluch Project
Originally Posted by edabbs44
I think clutch exists when there is pressure on that situation. Maybe in retrospect that AB in the 5th was the most important in the game, but there won't be too much pressure on that AB unless it's an extremely important game.
How about extra innings? Every at bat then would be considered a pressure one wouldn't they?
What might be a cutoff level of performance in such situations for a player to be considered a clutch player?
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