Mariano Rivera (230 at the original Yankee Stadium, which is not only the most at Yankee Stadium, but the most at ANY ballpark).
Mariano Rivera He has the most saves at Old Yankee Stadium (230), and he has a good chance to have the most at New Yankee Stadium.
Mariano Rivera with 230 saves.
Dave Righetti recorded 46 saves for the New York Yankees in 1986.
Mariano Rivera has saved the most games for the Yankees. Mariano's 550 saves are second most in baseball history.
Mariano Rivera of the New York Yankees has the most saves in Major League Baseball
That was Dave Righetti of the New York Yankees with 46 saves in 1986.
No -- the best is three games, done more than once. John Wetteland had four SAVES for the New York Yankees in the 1996 World Series. It may seem strange that, right after doing so, Wettland was released by the Yankees. However, his replacement, Mariano Rivera, hasn't done so badly as a reliever.
Mariano Rivera saved 50 games in 2001 and also had 53 saves in 2004. Dave Righetti was the other Yankees player, recording 46 saves in 1986.
As of July 25, 2010, Mariano Rivera holds the New York Yankees record for most saves with 546. He is ranked #2 on the all-time list behind Trevor Hoffman.
Well here goes. believe it or not it was Melido Perez. He started 33 games that season and completed 10 of those 33. He pitched 247.2 innings and struckout 218. He had an era of only 2.87, but his record was below .500, he led the team in wins with 13. But also led the team in losses with 16. Steve Farr was the best reliever the Yankees had that season. He was 2-2 with a 1.56 era in 50 games with 30 saves. Farr maybe the best pitcher on the 1992 Yankees.
Blown Saves and Holds. A hold is when a reliever comes into the game with his team ahead and leaves the game with his team ahead.
All-time stats leaders for Yankees pitchers:Wins - Whitey Ford (236)Strikeouts - Whitey Ford (1,956)ERA - Mariano Rivera - (2.21)Saves - Mariano Rivera - (603)
Dave Righetti saved 46 games for the Yankees in 1986. Mariano Rivera saved 50 games in 2001 and 53 games in 2004.
Mariano Rivera saved 50 games in 2001 and 53 games in 2004. Dave Righetti saved 46 games in 1986.
There were two players who reached historical milestones for the Yankees in 2011. On July 9th, Derek Jeter became the first Yankees player to reach 3,000 hits. Also, on September 19th, Mariano Rivera recorded his 602nd save, becoming the all-time MLB regular season saves leader.
3. Murphy went 3-6 with a 4.40 ERA in 1939 for the Yankees and led the American League in saves with 19.
Mariano has blown 52 saves in his career. Only 1 of those blown saves were against the Diamondbacks. The Diamondbacks have played the Yankees 19 times (including postseason) and have gone 7-12 against them. The single game Mariano blew was Game 7 of the 2001 World Series that gave the Diamondbacks the World Series
In the 1939 World Series, the New York Yankees swept the Cincinnati Reds in four straight games to capture the World Championship. Game four of the Series was played in Cincinnati with the Yankees winning 7-4 in 10 innings, pushing across 3 runs in the top of the 10th. Winning pitcher was reliever Johnny Murphy. It was Murphy's only appearance in the Series and he pitched 3 1/3 inning, gave up 5 hits, one run, struck out 2 and had no walks. The 30 year old had lead the American League in saves that season with 19, while appearing in 38 games for the Yankees, all in relief. The losing pitcher, by the way, was Reds ace, Bucky Walters, who came into the game in relief in the 8th inning to suffer his 2nd loss of the Series.
In 2003, the Dodgers' reliever Eric Gagne won the NL Cy Young Award on the basis of his 55 saves and 1.20 ERA. However, his season won-lost record was only 2-3.
There has been only one ambidextrous major league pitcher since the turn of the century. Greg Harris, primarily a right-handed reliever for many clubs from 1981 through 1995, pitched one inning using both arms for the Montreal Expos in his final season. That outing was considered more stunt than strategy. However, arguably the most well known "switch-pitcher" is the Yankees' Patrick Michael Venditte Jr. Born on June 30, 1985 in Omaha, NE, Pat is currently in the lower levels of the Yankees' minor league system. This 6-1" 185lb. pitcher attended college at Creighton University and was drafted in the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft in the 20th round, 620 overall. He pitched in 32.2 innings last season for the Staten Island Yankees, the single-A affiliate of the New York Yankees, in a closing role and compiled an impressive 1.05 ERA with 29 SO's and 16 saves.
Power Saves are devices that lets you change your saves. You need an Internet connection to download, then backup the saves for your game.
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