[quote=]You seem to think that being a star is all about numbers. It ain't. Game after game after game, he has come through in the clutch. He was a big reason for Anaheims run last year. Being a star isn't how many hr's, or rbi's you get, its when you get them. Many people may disagree with me, but thats what I feel a "star" is. Fantasy-wise he may not be top-15, but I would love to build a team around him. Aside from that, he's a great role-model(thats not criteria for top-15 btw).[/quote]
Clutch? We could start a whole thread on this alone. Basically is a fan and media myth. No proof it exists over prolonged periods. It exists in small time periods for everyone basically. Just looking at Andersons career year numbers last year.
average was 306
clutch average 295
clutch by this defintion is a players batting average in the late innings of close games, defined as the 7th inning or later with the batting team ahead by one run, tied or with the tying run on base, at bat or on deck.