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Why when the closer is brought in and his team is in the lead is this not considered a save opportunity?

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2006-05-27 04:23:17
2006-05-27 04:23:17

It's only a save opportunity if his team is in the lead AND the other team has the tying or winning run on base, at bat, or in the on-deck circle. The question is misleading, and should read something like, "when, if a closer comes in with his team in the lead, might it not be considered a save opportunity?" The answer would then be, "it is only a save opportunity if his team is in the lead AND the other team has the tying or winning run on base, at bat, or in the on-deck circle." That is, it is a save opportunity any time the closers lead is only one or two runs, but it can be a close opportunity To clarify ... it is a save opportunity if A) The closer takes the mound with a lead of 3 runs or less or B) the tying run is at-bat.

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