Boston Express finisher Yansen becomes the 7th individual player to record 400 saves

Kenley Yansen (35, Boston), the representative closer of Major League Baseball (MLB) of the American professional baseball league, achieved 400 saves in his personal career.

Jansun took the mound in the bottom of the ninth inning with a 5-2 lead in an away game against Atlanta on the 11th, and kept the team victory with no hits and no runs while striking out one in one inning. With this, Yansun has collected 400 saves (43 wins, 28 losses) in 14 seasons since his big league debut in 2010. It is the 7th greatest record of all time. Earlier, Mariano Rivera (652 saves), Trevor Hoffman (601 saves), Lee Smith (478 saves), Francisco Rodriguez (437 saves), John Franco (424 saves) and Billy Wagner (422 saves) set the record. Among active players, Yansen has the most saves.

Originally from Curacao, the Netherlands,스포츠토토 Jansen initially signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers as a catcher, but switched to pitching in 2009 during his minor league days. Yansun, who came to the big leagues in 2010, has played an active role as the Dodgers’ guardian since 2012. He has 350 saves through 2021 with the Dodgers alone. Yansen, who signed a one-year contract with Atlanta in 2022 and recorded 41 saves (5 wins, 2 losses) that year, moved to Boston this year.

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