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Thread: Career Saves Record?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2016
    Upstate New York

    Career Saves Record?

    Charles Hurst now holds the career saves record in WBC with 618 after breaking the previous record this season. That's only 34 off Mariano Rivera's MLB record. What's the record for career saves of a guy you've had in CSFBL?

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    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    central virginia

    Re: Career Saves Record?

    other people should post their best closers, but this guy has all the records: Leonard McClung
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    Re: Career Saves Record?

    Best in CardsClubhouse's 170 seasons is Robert Pohl with 879.

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    Re: Career Saves Record?

    The best closer I ever had was Andrew Hefley in Triple Crown Baseball. He is third all-time in the league in saves, with 620. The leader is still active and has 675.

    The reason I mention him is that the team that originally drafted used him as a setup man, for 9+ seasons. He won a CY pitching in relief. His 100 holds are fifth in the league all time.

    I wonder how many saves he could have had if he had been used as a closer his entire career.

  5. #5
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    Aug 2004

    Re: Career Saves Record?

    The best single season for a closer that I've ever seen was this guy...

    Thomas Castillo in AA ReMake in 2121.

    He was traded midseason after 12 saves in 13 chances. But, his 34 saves in 34 chances and allowing only 2 RUNS in 45.1 IP over the 2nd half of the season, was astounding. It's not often you see an ERA (0.40) LESS THAN his WHIP (0.70).

    Does anyone have a closer that's gone an entire season without a BS?


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