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There’s nothing like self-confidence.

Larry King tells this story about baseball great Ty Cobb.

When Cobb was 70, a reporter asked him, “What do you think you’d hit if you were playing
these days?

Cobb, who was a lifetime .367 hitter, said, “about .290, maybe .300.”

The reporter said, “That’s because of the travel, the night games, the artificial turf, and all the
new pitches like the slider, right?

No,” responded Cobb, “It’s because I’m 70.”