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How did Blake Parker get a hold in Sunday's game Jun 17/18?

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How did Blake Parker get a hold in Sunday's game Jun 17/18?

He blew the save by giving up two  earned runs and got a hold after leaving the game tied after one out in the ninth inning? 

 

Game scoring did not even show he got an out with Bedrosian supposedll getting all three outs as the third relief pitcher in this inning.

 

What is going on and will there be a post game adjustment of this particular stat as it is affecting the final score of one of our league's matchups?

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: How did Blake Parker get a hold in Sunday's game Jun 17/18?

@stox20

 

Parker started the inning up 5-3.  He did get one out (struck out Lowrie) and left the game with the team leading 5-4.  That is a hold.

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Re: How did Blake Parker get a hold in Sunday's game Jun 17/18?

That is blown save and not a hold. Parker should have been charged a blown save. 

 

Blown Save (BS)

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A blown save occurs when a relief pitcher enters a game in a save situation, but allows the tying run to score. The run does not have to be charged to that pitcher. If a reliever enters with a man already on third base, and he allows that runner to score the tying run, he is charged with a blown save.

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Re: How did Blake Parker get a hold in Sunday's game Jun 17/18?

@Streak1717

 

Parker does not get a blown save because his team was still ahead when he left the game.

 

The pitcher that gets the blown save is the one that is on the mound when they lose the lead even when the runners on base was not his responsibility.  That is why Bedrosian gets the blown save, but the runs are charged to Parker while he gets the hold.

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Re: How did Blake Parker get a hold in Sunday's game Jun 17/18?

@stox20

 

Parker started the inning up 5-3.  He did get one out (struck out Lowrie) and left the game with the team leading 5-4.  That is a hold.

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Re: How did Blake Parker get a hold in Sunday's game Jun 17/18?

That is blown save and not a hold. Parker should have been charged a blown save. 

 

Blown Save (BS)

Definition

A blown save occurs when a relief pitcher enters a game in a save situation, but allows the tying run to score. The run does not have to be charged to that pitcher. If a reliever enters with a man already on third base, and he allows that runner to score the tying run, he is charged with a blown save.

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Re: How did Blake Parker get a hold in Sunday's game Jun 17/18?

@Streak1717

 

Parker does not get a blown save because his team was still ahead when he left the game.

 

The pitcher that gets the blown save is the one that is on the mound when they lose the lead even when the runners on base was not his responsibility.  That is why Bedrosian gets the blown save, but the runs are charged to Parker while he gets the hold.