Lost in the shuffle of the Dodger’s thrilling come from behind 9-7 victory over the Reds on Sunday afternoon was clomid thermal shift assignments for advanced esl students sat essay scores by percentile link words for essays scarlet letter essay puritan society go esl article review writers websites for school click viagra comment fonctionne valacyclovir hong kong essay iliad essays my mother my role model leadership case study competition define median voter hypothesis cialis northlake college research paper topics biology chapter 3 of a dissertation go to site https://sugarpinedrivein.com/treatment/doxycycline-hyclate-100mg-used-to-treat-chlamydia/10/ hamlet sarcasm essay where to buy college research papers watch effect viagra vision source link cialis no me funciono political science essays history dissertation fellowship descriptive essay of a person sample can zithromax raise your blood sugar cytomel vs synthroid natural viagra pomegranate juice Kenley Jansen. Sure Corey Seager hit a go-ahead grand slam home run in the bottom of the eighth and the Dodgers mounted a six-run rally in that same frame to overcome a 7-3 deficit, but what also happened in the very next frame was Kenley Jansen recording his 200th career save.
That is no joke and quite a career milestone. Jansen is a monster and has gotten off to one of the best starts for a reliever in MLB history. While he has only saved 11 games this season (primarily because the Dodgers either win by a blowout, or get shutout) he has yet to walk a single batter this season.
Our big beloved island boy has posted a 4-0 record and a 1.03 ERA in 25 games and 26.1 innings pitched. So far he has struck out 43 and walked none. That’s right, zero. Zip. Nada. As a matter of fact, he’s only allowed three earned runs all season long. That comes out to a 0.44 FIP and just 5.5 hits per nine innings of work. Kenley has a 0.6 WHIP and has struck out 14.7 per nine. Oh yeah and he doesn’t have a strikeout to walk ratio. That’s because he hasn’t walked anyone!!!
Kenley has a long way to go before he reaches Trevor Hoffman or Mariano Rivera levels. Still, 200 saves is quite impressive. Kenley is without a doubt the greatest Dodger closer in franchise history. If his dominant season continues, I think he could be considered for the Cy Young award. Can you say California love? Man, Kenley is a beast.