Thirty years. It's hard to imagine, but I have been analyzing pitching for over thirty years. Perhaps even more hard to imagine, I'm not sure I have ever seen the endgame scenario as muddled as it appears to be heading into the 2014 season. There was a time, when virtually all of the closer jobs were set in stone well before spring training. There might have been a couple of injuries to sort through, and maybe a free agent or two would shuffle the roles in a couple of cities, but most teams had the picture well in focus. Not today.
Yes, barring injury, and that seems to be an increasingly critical concern, a guy like Craig Kimbrel will be the guy in Atlanta, and Jonathan Papelbon, despite a sharp d
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