Saves

Some articles on saves, save:

Todd Frohwirth
... In the minor leagues, he played in Reading (2-4, 1.86 ERA, 19 saves) and Maine (1-4, 2.51 ERA, 4 saves) in 1987 before playing with the Phillies (1-0, 0.00 ERA, 0 ... In 1988, he went back down to Maine and went 7–3 with a 2.44 ERA and 13 saves before coming back to the Phillies in 1988 to go 1–2 with an 8.25 ERA and 0 saves ...
List Of Major League Baseball Saves Champions
... Major League Baseball recognizes saves champions in the American League and National League each season ... The save was first recognized by Major League Baseball in 1969, with saves earned prior to that date retroactively applied ...
List Of National Lacrosse League Records - Player Records - All Time Leaderboards - Saves
... Rank Player Saves 1 Bob Watson 6,471 2 Pat O'Toole 6,464 3 Dallas Eliuk 6,356 4 Steve Dietrich 5,514 5 Matt Disher 4,904 6 Anthony Cosmo 4,428 7 Gee Nash 4,328 8 Rob Blasdell 4,287 ...
Mickey Scott
... In 1971, he collected a 9–1 record with nine saves and a 3.38 earned run average in 54 games for manager Joe Altobelli’s pennant-winning and Governors' Cup ... He had an even better season for Rochester in 1974, when he was 8–2 with 17 saves and a 0.99 ERA in 57 games ... career, he posted a 60–32 record with 46 saves and a 3.20 ERA in 297 pitching appearances ...
Small Saves - Other Characters
... Mom Small Saves' devoted hockey mom frequently has to resort to tricks to get Small Saves to do anything not related to hockey, such as telling him ... Mia Small Saves' cat, who also wears a goalie mask tipped back on his head ... cat, also named "Mia." The Coach The Coach, name unknown, is the long-suffering manager of Small Saves' team ...

Famous quotes containing the word saves:

    Method goes far to prevent trouble in business: for it makes the task easy, hinders confusion, saves abundance of time, and instructs those that have business depending, both what to do and what to hope.
    William Penn (1644–1718)

    Men are born to write. The gardener saves every slip, and seed, and peach-stone: his vocation is to be a planter of plants. Not less does the writer attend his affair. Whatever he beholds or experiences, comes to him as a model, and sits for its picture. He counts it all nonsense that they say, that some things are undescribable. He believes that all that can be thought can be written, first or last; and he would report the Holy Ghost, or attempt it.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The newspapers, I perceive, devote some of their columns specially to politics or government without charge; and this, one would say, is all that saves it; but as I love literature and to some extent the truth also, I never read those columns at any rate. I do not wish to blunt my sense of right so much.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)