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Bill Simmons made an interesting point on his Twitter last night. Sports fans operate in a universe these days where the two most clutch players are Alex Rodriguez and Peyton Manning. Does anyone find that bizarre? Seriously, these guys embodied postseason futility.
Manning, a notorious postseason slacker, won Super Bowl XLI and beat Tom Brady and Bill Belichick along the way in the process. As Week 6 looms, Manning is the decisive leader in the race for MVP.
Then, there is the curious case of A-Rod. Seemingly ostricized from his teammates, A-Rod stepped into the background and just played the game after his steroid admission during spring training. Months of tabloid press due to his divorce and alleged relationship with Madonna gave way to clutch hitting and his relationship with Kate Hudson.
After another game-tying postseason home run last night, Rodriguez has proven one thing; whomever is running around wearing 13 for the Yankees these days is not the same guy that slapped the ball away from Bronson Arroyo in 2004 American League Championship Series.
Everyone needs to find a Kate Hudson today. It’s clearly a life-changing experience.