Monthly Archives: July 2010

Thinking A-Rod

Last season, Alex Rodriguez overcame his reputation for choking when it mattered most. Instead of failing in the post-season, he helped lead the New York Yankees to their first World Series championship in nine years. The reason was he stopped overthinking his every at-bat and began playing the way he did in the regular season. He […]

The Price Is Right

Of all the people I interviewed for Clutch, David Price was, ultimately, the easiest to reach. His coach at Vanderbilt University gave me his cellphone number and I called him. Price texted me back, and we spoke late one evening while he was at a childhood friend’s birthday party. It didn’t seem like I was […]