In a way, I think having a sports psychologist could do wonders on certain players, take for instance, Big league pitcher, Jose Contreras. He’s really turned his career around after departing from the yankees. Pressure can do some crazy things to a player, and having that extra edge, in a way, could be positive, not only on the player, but on the team, too. Any good hitter can tell you if a pitcher has his good stuff, or his bad stuff. Just by looking in the eyes, you can tell, intimidation can do a lot, and when a pitcher has the ability to do great things, that extra edge can inspire and motivate your team to hit. I mean, when i’m on the mound, and i’m feeling confident, I don’t care who you are, if you’re crowding the plate, I’m going to throw a fastball right on the inside corner, and it’s going to be at the knees. And if you still stay there, i’m going to throw my curveball right at you to the point where it crosses at the knees. Still want to stay there, be my guess, high and inside. The minute you step back, two seam fastball on the outside corner, still at the knees. If you can get a pitcher relaxed, confident, and to the point where he just stares in at the plate, devious things could happen to that other team. Not unless the pitcher just doesn’t have the velocity to throw in certain areas, or a good change, or what ever other pitch he throws.