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  • Cowtipper
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    Originally posted by dgarza View Post
    If nothing else, he taught me the value of a Save in 2009.

    31 Saves
    0-8 Record
    7.21 ERA
    59 ERA+
    1.807 WHIP
    -2.7 pWAR
    Reminds me of Shawn Chacon.

    2004:

    35 SV
    1-9 W-L
    7.11 ERA
    70 ERA+
    1.942 WHIP
    -1.6 pWAR

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  • Cap78
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    Originally posted by dgarza View Post
    If nothing else, he taught me the value of a Save in 2009.

    31 Saves
    0-8 Record
    7.21 ERA
    59 ERA+
    1.807 WHIP
    -2.7 pWAR
    Yikes, that does put things in perspective

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  • dgarza
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    If nothing else, he taught me the value of a Save in 2009.

    31 Saves
    0-8 Record
    7.21 ERA
    59 ERA+
    1.807 WHIP
    -2.7 pWAR

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  • PlanetZoltan
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    Wow. It wasnt all that long ago that he went like 46 for 46 in Save opps., and was considered one of the best closers in the game.

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  • Cowtipper
    started a topic Brad Lidge retires

    Brad Lidge retires

    Brad Lidge is retiring. Lidge who earned the nickname “Lights Out” during his playing days will not pitch in 2013.

    The former closer of the Houston Astros and Philadelphia Phillies informed his agents that his time in the big leagues was over according to CBS Sports. After spending last season recovering from another injury the once star closer decided that he wanted to have more family time.
    Read more:

    http://tireball.com/mlb/2012/12/02/b...leven-seasons/

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