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Some Cardinals told reporters that they saw a few of the Nationals taking deep breaths during that epic Game 5 in Washington on Friday night. They saw them trying to calm their nerves. They knew the Nationals were nervous. They knew they could take advantage of that.
In football, Manning.
By "Manning" I mean the New York one. I remember Archie (lived in Mississippi when he was with the Saints) but don't really follow foobaw.
DAMMIT YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN
And if you read all the quotes from the game and know exactly who they are talking about, you can see that they were projecting pressure on a guy that they weren't happy with (For the record, it's Bryce Harper they are talking about taking breaths)
Some Cardinals told reporters that they saw a few of the Nationals taking deep breaths during that epic Game 5 in Washington on Friday night.
When did Steve Trout go Blass?
Those chokers were breathing!
Trout's acquisition by the New York Yankees in a mid-season trade proved to be a disastrous trade for the Yankees. Though his last two starts with the Cubs were complete game shutouts, and his ERA was one of the best in the National League, with the Yankees he proved unable to locate the strike zone. He walked 37 batters and threw 9 wild pitches in 46 innings and lasted an average of only four innings a start in his nine starts Yankee starts.
But what the writers never seem to notice is the guys who are totally un-clutch.... until they ARE clutch
IMO the whole issue revolves around small samples that are literally impossible to accurately define. There will never be definitive evidence on one side of the issue or the other. The only arguments that can hope to approach the matter are unverifiable thought experiments.
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