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He enters the game with a lead of no more than three runs and pitches for at least one inning. or. He enters the game, regardless of the score, with the potential tying run either on base, at bat, or on deck. or. He pitches for at least three innings.
Most commonly a pitcher earns a save by entering in the ninth inning of a game in which his team is winning by three or fewer runs and finishing the game by pitching one inning without losing the lead.
In baseball, a save (abbreviated SV or S) is credited to a pitcher who finishes a game for the winning team under certain prescribed circumstances. The save statistic was created by journalist Jerome Holtzman in 1959 to "measure the effectiveness of relief pitchers" and was adopted as an official MLB statistic in 1969.
A pitcher receives a win when he is the pitcher of record when his team takes the lead for good -- with a couple rare exceptions. First, a starting pitcher must pitch at least five innings (in a traditional game of nine innings or longer) to qualify for the win.
There is a strange unwritten rule in baseball that a visiting manager should not use his closer in an extra-inning game until his team gets a lead. After all, it's not a save situation. In a save situation, the team has the lead. If the pitcher concedes a run, you live to fight another inning.
A pitcher cannot receive a save and a win in the same game. A relief pitcher recording a save must preserve his team's lead while doing one of the following: Enter the game with a lead of no more than three runs and pitch at least one inning. Pitch at least three innings.
Every save opportunity in which a pitcher records at least one out will result in either a save, a blown save or a hold. A pitcher cannot receive a win or a save in a game in which he records a hold. However, more than one relief pitcher can record a hold in a single game.
He enters the game with a lead of no more than three runs and pitches for at least one inning. or. He enters the game, regardless of the score, with the potential tying run either on base, at bat, or on deck. or. He pitches for at least three innings.
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