Re: The Color of Clutch
If clutch is the absence of choke, then the hard part is looking for a lack of change in performance. The player who performs the same in tense situations is clutch.
Of course, you have to define clutch situations. Maybe you can start with players whose performance drops in certain situations, and figure out if there's a pattern. Do they drop when it's close? Late? Close and late? Runners in scoring position? Two outs? Behind in the count? It's probably a sliding scale of sorts.