NZ Eff wrote:JohnnyBenchBest Ever wrote:Hawkins did it early in the season for the Yankees.
He won the game, he didn't get a hold as well.
Acutally he got both...the starting pitcher leaves early (before 5IP), then a pitcher comes in with the lead that meets the criteria for a save situation and pitches well enough for the official scorer to credit him with the win...he also gets the hold.
If you seriously don't believe me, then check out his game log...Holds are counted in one of my leagues and Hawkins hasn't pitched in many games where the Yankees actually won...and he has one hold on the season...if you check the four wins or so he was involved in, the one in which he got the win was the only possible one he could have gotten a hold in.
Wins and Holds aren't mutually exclusive...
That being said Casilla did not get a Hold because while he was pitching he relinquished the lead (it was a tie game for a half an inning), even though the runner was inherited.