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

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Posted: March 24, 2008, 3:40 PM Post
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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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Prince Fielder without a doubt.


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Prince Fielder without a doubt.


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Prince Fielder without a doubt.


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Im not gonna lie, Craig Counsell always has seemed clutch to me...

But I would mostly like Kendall...He makes good contact, and lengthens abs


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Im not gonna lie, Craig Counsell always has seemed clutch to me...

But I would mostly like Kendall...He makes good contact, and lengthens abs


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Im not gonna lie, Craig Counsell always has seemed clutch to me...

But I would mostly like Kendall...He makes good contact, and lengthens abs


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I'll take Braun. He sees the ball and hits the ball. I like that about him. He's fearless. And yes, sometimes he doesn't hit the ball.


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I'll take Braun. He sees the ball and hits the ball. I like that about him. He's fearless. And yes, sometimes he doesn't hit the ball.


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I'll take Braun. He sees the ball and hits the ball. I like that about him. He's fearless. And yes, sometimes he doesn't hit the ball.


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Kendall


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TuesdaysWithRillo said:
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.

I think that the point of Tom Tango's survey here is to eventually show that there, indeed, is only a very limited existence of "clutch," or none at all.



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TuesdaysWithRillo said:
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.

I think that the point of Tom Tango's survey here is to eventually show that there, indeed, is only a very limited existence of "clutch," or none at all.



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TuesdaysWithRillo said:
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.

I think that the point of Tom Tango's survey here is to eventually show that there, indeed, is only a very limited existence of "clutch," or none at all.



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So by getting the fan's perception, that proves it wrong?


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So by getting the fan's perception, that proves it wrong?


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So by getting the fan's perception, that proves it wrong?


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