Originally Posted by mace
Freeman's a good name. It's just that Granger led the league in saves once and games twice. I guess he had the advantage of pitching in relief when it had become more specialized. Freeman only had two good years here. Of course, Granger only had three, and the third is arguable. In that spot, you could also make cases for Joe Beggs (he might actually be the best choice), Rawly Eastwick and obviously Borbon.
Scott Sullivan has horse in this race too, rubber arm with a 5 year run and an average of 104 IP a season and 72 appearances, all in relief