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Neato Torpedo wrote:What about Baez? He was a full time closer as recently as 2005, and he's easily been the best reliever so far in the Orioles pen. Second lowest FIP and ERA (lowest of each if you don't count Jamie Walker's 4 2/3 IP sample size), lowest WHIP, and a good 7.47 K rate.
fezzik wrote:RenPastana wrote:I agree...He came in with a 4 run lead but also had a guy on first to begin with...that's a save situation, ya?
I believe the tying run has to be on deck, so with a 4-run lead there would have to be two runners on when he entered in order for it to be a save situation.
Whalewang wrote:Franklin Shaky? Maybe dominating, but not shaky. I assume you inadvertently forgot to change the icon for him when he took over?
CBMGreatOne wrote:Downs is pure money. 15.1 IP thus far, 20 Ks, 0 BBs 1 ER and something like half a hit per inning. My gut is saying to stick a fork in BJ. He has no business not being done. I have no inside information or special knowledge of the organization and I'm tempted to say "cue the detractors" from my Downs is the guy from here on in theory, but if I'm a betting man, I've got Downs getting more than 75% of the remaining Blue Jay saves this year.
activechamp2006 wrote:Whalewang wrote:Franklin Shaky? Maybe dominating, but not shaky. I assume you inadvertently forgot to change the icon for him when he took over?
He's going to be shaky as long as he has the job. A few terrible performances and he is likely to lose the position.
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