Closer Kenley Jensen (36, Boston Red Sox) has joined the 400 Save Club.
On the 11th (Korean time), Jensen took the mound in the bottom of the 9th inning, leading the Atlanta Braves away game 5-2 at Truist Park, Georgia, USA, and recorded his 9th save of the season with 1 hit, 1 strikeout and no runs in 1 inning, and his personal career record of 400 saves. conquered
According to MLB.com, the official website of the Major League Baseball (MLB), the 400 saves in the major leagues are Mariano Rivera (652), Trevor Hoffman (601), Lee Smith (478), Francisco Rodriguez (436), John Franco (424), Billy Wagner ( 422), and is the seventh record of all time. The only active player.
It was even more meaningful as he won the competition with Craig Kimbrel (Philadelphia Phillies, 397) to preempt 400 saves. Kimbrel recorded 394 saves until last year, and was closer to 400 than Jensen (391), but fell behind the race this season as he 카지노사이트 was extremely sluggish (7.07 ERA in 16 games).
Jensen, who debuted in the big leagues in 2010, has been a closer since 2012. In March 2022, he wore an Atlanta uniform as a free agent (FA) and signed a two-year contract with Boston after the season for a total of $32 million (42.4 billion won). He takes charge of Boston’s back door, dispelling concerns that he’s past his prime. His performance this season was 1 win, 9 saves, and an ERA of 0.77. His career record is 43-28 with 400 saves and an earned run average of 2.43.