Struggled once again last night, but got the save (two walks and it took a nice play by the WASH 2B to end the game).
By all metrics, he had better peripherals than he should have last year, meaning he likely won't repeat the ERA/WHIP from last year. And WASH will not win 80 games, meaning 47 saves won't happen either.
Now, as WASH has no one else who looks closer-worthy, he does have the job, and he will get 30-35 opportunities. But I don't think a repeat of last year is likely and he falls into the midle tier of closers IMO.