Jun 19, 2013
Josh Collmenter, Long Relief God
Only two National League relievers since the end of 1983 have thrown six or more innings of one-hit ball - and arguably, neither were "really" relievers.
This Day In Diamondbacks History: August 3
Special K is still fourth on the all-time Diamondbacks franchise list for home-runs with 121, despite having been overtaken by Chris Young earlier this season, and his .483 slugging percentage is third-best all-time. However, his .242 average is fourth- lowest among players with 600+ PA, and he held the team's career strikeout record, until Young ... (more)
The Marlins' Closer-By-Committee: The Myth
The Miami Marlins have temporarily turned to a closer-by-committee approach due to the struggles of closer Heath Bell.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Guillen ejected as Marlins drop 17th in 20 games
MIAMI Ozzie Guillen before Tuesday's game said it wouldn't be long before he erupted if the club's current play continued.
This Day In Diamondbacks History: May 29
That's kinda rare: Frank Gracesqui of the 2004 Marlins was the only other NL player since 1991 to record a "legit" save in his debut .