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  • Experience, not genes, can help players become clutch in key situations, Ned Yost says

    Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost answers questions on learning to be a clutch player in baseball. He disputes the notion of a "clutch gene" and says experience makes players handle big situations better.

Experience, not genes, can help players become clutch in key situations, Ned Yost says

Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost answers questions on learning to be a clutch player in baseball. He disputes the notion of a "clutch gene" and says experience makes players handle big situations better.
John Sleezer The Kansas City Star