Closers in non-saves

Over at Statistically Speaking, Eric Seidman takes a look at one of those things I always hear: closers perform worse in non-save situations. Eric finds that this truism appears to be true, a finding that begs a slew of follow-up questions. The good news is that Eric plans to investigate them, such as, how do they perform in easy saves vs. “real” saves?

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