Do you know who was the first Major League closer inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame? Need a (really big) hint? He is ranked tenth in all-time / career games saved.
Great idea for a theme releated autograph ball: the 300 Saves Club as every member in this closer club is still living and eighteen "stopper" signatures on the same baseball would look incredibly great.
Will four-hundred plus saves be the new standard by which great closers are judged? If they reach that plateau, do they deserve to be enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame due to that stat? How about closers with three-hundred plus career saves — do they deserve recognition? Share your opinion on Baseball Fever.