John Franco holds the record for career saves as a New York Met with 276.
The MLB record for saves in a season is 62 by Francisco Rodriguez of the Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim in 2008.
Kent Tekulve Mike Williams holds the Pirates team record for saves with 46 in 2002. Elroy Face holds the Pirates career save record with 188. Tekulve had 158 saves during his career with the Pirates.
Through the 2008 season, that is Dan Plesac with 133 saves in his career as a Brewer.
Eric Gagne holds the most consecutive save with 84 from 2002- 2004 with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Heck of a stat to hold the record of.
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.
On the last day of the 2010 season, Giants closer Brian Wilson tied the late Rod Beck's team record of 48 saves. Wilson was the 2010 major-league leader in saves.
Through the 2007 season, Trevor Hoffman of the San Diego Padres is the MLB all time saves leader with 524.