Late Inning Pressure Situations

In baseball, “Late Inning Pressure Situation” refers to a baseball statistic describes any at-bat in the seventh inning or later which has the batter’s team behind by three runs or less. Created by the Elias Sports Bureau, “late inning pressure situation” was first used to determine the presence of clutch hitters.

Further improvement of the statistic shows the individual’s accomplishments in baseball statistics.

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