Originally Posted by Vottomatic
I complained about Cordero, nonstop it seemed. But in the end, he was pretty good, all things considered. And give him credit........sure he got paid, but he was willing to sign with the Reds and pitch in HR happy GABP.
After Chapman's historic season of closing, anyone else is doomed by the fans at trying to close games.
In 4 years of closing, Cordero saved 86.2% of his games, amassing 150 saves.
Chapman was at about 88% last year. In his career, if you include his holds as saves, he's still about 88%.