Agree w above. Note also that, on Friday, Jobo had pitched three days in a row. Kensing started the ninth inning and Tankersley got the last out. Today, Jobo got the save in a 1-2-3 9th w/ 2 K.
Jobo is doing a servicable job as closer -- I don't think he's actually blown a save yet -- and there's no reason for Girardi to change horses in midstream. Long term is a different story, of course, but I think Jobo will get the lion's share of closing chances for 2006.
Jobo walks too many to be elite but he'll get some Ks, a decent ERA, and should finish the year with 20 to 25 saves, all for the price of a cup of coffee in most fantasy leagues.
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