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With The Game on The Line, What Brewer Would You Want Batting?

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Posted: March 24, 2008, 2:12 PM Post
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"And, even if you might think that ARod loses a notch as a hitter in pressure situation, and Jeter raises a notch, you have to decide if that is enough to vault Jeter over ARod with the game on the line. If so, then you choose Jeter as your clutch hitter, the guy you want with the game on the line. If not, then you choose ARod as the guy you want with the game on the line, that a substandard ARod is still preferable to an overachieving Jeter."

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"And, even if you might think that ARod loses a notch as a hitter in pressure situation, and Jeter raises a notch, you have to decide if that is enough to vault Jeter over ARod with the game on the line. If so, then you choose Jeter as your clutch hitter, the guy you want with the game on the line. If not, then you choose ARod as the guy you want with the game on the line, that a substandard ARod is still preferable to an overachieving Jeter."

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"And, even if you might think that ARod loses a notch as a hitter in pressure situation, and Jeter raises a notch, you have to decide if that is enough to vault Jeter over ARod with the game on the line. If so, then you choose Jeter as your clutch hitter, the guy you want with the game on the line. If not, then you choose ARod as the guy you want with the game on the line, that a substandard ARod is still preferable to an overachieving Jeter."

The Great Clutch Project


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It's not even close for me. In the 'good problem to have' dept., there are several guys I would not feel bad about having up there, for whatever that's worth.

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It's not even close for me. In the 'good problem to have' dept., there are several guys I would not feel bad about having up there, for whatever that's worth.

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It's not even close for me. In the 'good problem to have' dept., there are several guys I would not feel bad about having up there, for whatever that's worth.

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Did I make this thread in the stats forum? If I did, I didn't mean to. Can this get moved?

It's not even close for me. In the 'good problem to have' dept., there are several guys I would not feel bad about having up there, for whatever that's worth.

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Did I make this thread in the stats forum? If I did, I didn't mean to. Can this get moved?

It's not even close for me. In the 'good problem to have' dept., there are several guys I would not feel bad about having up there, for whatever that's worth.

Fill out the survey!


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Did I make this thread in the stats forum? If I did, I didn't mean to. Can this get moved?

It's not even close for me. In the 'good problem to have' dept., there are several guys I would not feel bad about having up there, for whatever that's worth.

Fill out the survey!


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Corey Hart.


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Ben Sheets. (He is due)


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I know I'm probably in the Minority, but I'd have to say Tony Gwynn Jr. This guy battled all those emotions against one of the best closers in the decade with a nasty curve, down two strikes, two outs in the 9th and just raked a triple to give the Brewers their first winning season in 15 years?!!?!?!? That was a lot on his shoulders against a really close friend and mentor to say the least.


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It's interesting that you ask a question like that, Rluz, since you are a hard core stats guy and out to prove that there is no such thing as clutch.


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I know I'm probably in the Minority, but I'd have to say Tony Gwynn Jr. This guy battled all those emotions against one of the best closers in the decade with a nasty curve, down two strikes, two outs in the 9th and just raked a triple to give the Brewers their first winning season in 15 years?!!?!?!? That was a lot on his shoulders against a really close friend and mentor to say the least.


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It's interesting that you ask a question like that, Rluz, since you are a hard core stats guy and out to prove that there is no such thing as clutch.


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I know I'm probably in the Minority, but I'd have to say Tony Gwynn Jr. This guy battled all those emotions against one of the best closers in the decade with a nasty curve, down two strikes, two outs in the 9th and just raked a triple to give the Brewers their first winning season in 15 years?!!?!?!? That was a lot on his shoulders against a really close friend and mentor to say the least.


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