rhamton wrote:I never said he was a clutch hitter, but he is a clutch performer. example, the play against Oakland when he got over on the first base side of the diamond and flipped the ball to get out Jeremy Giambi.
Every time, that is the one play brought up. One play doesn't make the word. Now Derek Jeter is my favorite player, but the idea of 'clutch' may or may not exist. Here, you'll find many people that believe 'clutch' does not exist over a large enough sample size. I'm not saying I'm one of them, but you'll get ripped apart if that ONE play is your response to it's existence.