Here’s another statement from Yankees superstar, Aaron Judge, about how he manages to come up big in an important game situation. There is something here for artists to learn!
“Runners on in a big situation, getting a chance to throw a guy out, you hear the crowd getting excited. That’s fun. Don’t overthink it. Don’t think about pressure. Just go out there and have fun and make a play. What’s the worst thing that could happen?”
New York Yankees superstar, Aaron Judge, had this to say about one of his two vital, run-saving throws from right field in a recent Yankees win: “I’ve probably made that play a thousand times pregame. It’s just like practice. Keep a routine, keep it simple, don’t overthink it. The biggest thing is just make sure you catch the ball cleanly and keep an accurate throw. That’s the biggest thing. Just replaying what I did in practice. That’s all.”
Musicians and other athletes, this is why we practice. Technique is thus brought onto the playing field/stage.