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  1. #61
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    Mariano Rivera.
    Matt Harvey - 8-2; 2.37 ERA; 94 K's; 76.0 Inning.

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    It's Mariano Rivera no question

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    It would be more worthwhile to talk about who is the second best closer, because there's no doubt that Mariano Rivera is #1.

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    1. Nathan
    2. Rivera
    3. Jenks (I'm a homer, shoot me.)
    4. Paps
    5. K - Rod

    Lidge, Wood, and Soria just missed the cut.

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    Billy Wagner = GOAT!!

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    Top 5

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    Yankees - Jets - Rockets

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    Izzy
    The Hoss in action

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiksilver2491 View Post
    Well I would say WHIP is the most important. If you have a low WHIP then you obviously aren't blowing the lead every night because you are getting guys out effectively. K-Rod doesn't do that as well as others yet he still keeps a low ERA, which is surprising but I will take the closer who goes in and strikes out the side over a guy who walks the bases loaded and barely gets the side out, eventually that isn't going to happen every time out.
    Who wouldn't?
    and whatever happened to JJ Putz? Guys sucking this year but did well the past few.
    And Mo is the best
    The Hoss in action

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    mo

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    1) Rivera
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    IMO, Nathan is better then Papelbon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eyememine View Post
    Who wouldn't?
    and whatever happened to JJ Putz? Guys sucking this year but did well the past few.
    And Mo is the best
    He was injured all year.
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    33 Games | .307 wOBA | .240 BABIP | 5 HRs | 14 Runs | 15 RBIs


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    Anyone who doesn't say Mariano Rivera should be shot.


    Props to Mane for the sig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m26555 View Post
    Anyone who doesn't say Mariano Rivera should be shot.
    I agree 100%, and I am a Sox fan.

    1. Rivera
    2. K-Rod
    3. Papelbon
    4. Nathan
    5. Lidge

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    I donno why Joakim Soria doesn't get any love at all:

    25 saves, 1.47 ERA, 0.72 WHIP, 46 Ks, 9 walks
    Carlos Beltran 2014 Stats:
    33 Games | .307 wOBA | .240 BABIP | 5 HRs | 14 Runs | 15 RBIs


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