Josh Roar Liam Hendrix loyal to the year 2021
Among the more volatile and volatile roles in the majors, Brewers were closest to Josh Hader and White Sox closer Liam Hendriks and were examples of settling into final roles. Guys get a lot of rescue and wastage. They also collect prizes.
Hader and Hendricks won first prizes in Major League Baseball for fire extinguishers, it was announced Wednesday night. Hader received the National League’s Trevor Hoffman Relief of the Year award, while Hendrix won the Mariano Rivera Relief of the Year award for the USA.
This isn’t the first time decorating has been done. Hader, in fact, is now the first bowler to win the Reliever of the Year three times in the National League (handed over since 2014), having also won it in 2018 and 2019. His teammate, Devin Williams, gave it to him. general. Hendrix won the title for the second year in a row, having won the 2020 Athletics Championships and finished second behind Cuban Aroldis Chapman in 2019.
The 32-year-old Hendriks had a 2.53 ERA and led the bigs with 0.73 WHIP (of all faithfuls with at least 45 games), as well as leading Los Angeles with 38 stops, 42.3% strike rate and ticket. Average 2.6% in 69 games.
Hader, for his part, has been one of the top corporate firefighters basically right from the moment he set foot in the big business with Brewers in 2017. And this year was no exception. In addition to saving 34 games, he had the best ERA (1.23) and the best home run (0.5 per nine runs) of his career.
Voting for the Reliever of the Year awards is conducted by seven of the greatest closures in baseball history: Hall of Famers Rivera, Hoffman, Dennis Eckersley, Rollie Fingers and Lee Smith, as well as John Franco and Billy Wagner. The awards have been presented since 2014, when they replaced the MLB “Delivery Man of the Year Award,” which was presented to the bowler between the two tournaments between 2005 and 2013.