KolbSaves wrote:Which do you think are more consistant year to year in ratios and k's, holders or closers?
Definately closers. They're the anchors of the bullpen for a reason. This is what makes good MR's so valuable if you count holds. My argument isn't that MR's should be more valuable than closers based on holds alone (although yes, the holds themselves are more valuable than saves). But the good MR's who post good ratios and K's should be more valuable than closers with the same ratios and K's (assuming the gap between HLD and SV for the two pitchers isn't too big).