Originally Posted by RichBeBe
Numbers do not mean as much as clutch, did you see Tuesday's game. A walk-off hit won it. He is still great against the Yanks when needs to be.
A clutch has largely (not entirely) been shown to be the result of largely fans' imaginations rather than performance... ;)
Ellsberg figure this year :
None on: .258/.290/.374
Bases loaded: .000/.333/.000
Risp/2 outs: .214/.267/.286
He's almost anti-clutch this year if you believe in those things...
As for great when needs to be, he needed to be last night... ;)