unclutch

unclutch

(ʌnˈklʌtʃ)
vb (tr)
1. to release or let go of by opening the fist
2. to open or relax (the fist); unclench
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True, a few of the 'clutch hitters' in 1969 were also 'clutch hitters' in 1970; but as many became 'unclutch' and most became average, exactly as would be expected if 'clutch hitting' is really a matter of luck."
The company also intends to bring to the markets an unclutched version--the HP100--which is currently being run in prototype applications.
The winning straw may have been here, of course, but the one marked Bago is best left unclutched after his third to Valixir.