Madison Bumgarner is the most clutch postseason player of all time

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Madison Bumgarner is the most clutch postseason player of all time
Madison Bumgarner is the most clutch postseason player of all time

Carlos Correa's memorable night in the field (a run-stopping throw home) and at the plate (a walk-off home run) was magnificent — — but it also came in Game 2 of the Championship Series. Important. But not most important . . . right? The Baseball Gauge doesn't think so. That site has a running Win Probability Added leaderboard, and even after last night's heroics, Correa's walk-off (his defensive play is not included) only gave him .200 WPA. Better said as: “Carlos Correa increased his team's chances of winning the game by 20%.” But the math can also be compared to historical data and computed with context via cWPA (Championship Win Probability Added): “Measures how much a player increased or

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