I dont really think that, but I do think that Gagne's owners are in for a surprise this year. He has not looked as lights-out as last year. Just look at his series against the Giants. True, he got all three saves, but was shaky in the first two, and not Gagne-like at all today.
The first game he gave up a walk, and then a HR to Bonds. He's lucky he had a 3 run lead to start the inning, or he would have broken his streak of completed saves.
The second game was even worse. He started out giving up a HR to Feliz. Then he proceeded to walk two batters. Then with Bonds on deck, he got lucky when Grissom grounded into a double play, hitting the ball up the middle so that Izturis could step on second and throw to first easily. Any place besides there and Bonds is stepping to the plate with a runner on third. Again, Gagne was lucky the Dodgers scored a run in the top of the ninth, or he would have blown the save.
And today, even though he struck out the side, Gagne had to battle through the ABs. He thew 22 pitches to 4 batters, not a Gagne-like number. Each AB went to at least 4 pitches, and the 4-pitch AB to end the game was all changeups and curves. In fact, he barely threw more than 4 fastballs the whole inning.
Either the Giants just have his number, or Gagne has lost something. I would venture to say that it is the latter.