Les sauvetages en baseball récompensent les lanceurs de relève qui terminent les rencontres en conservant l'avantage acquis par leur équipe. Le record de sauvetages dans les Ligues majeures de baseball est de 652, établi par Mariano Rivera de 1995 à 2013. Trevor Hoffman fut en 2010 le premier releveur à atteindre les 600 avant d'être peu après dépassé par Rivera.

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  • Les sauvetages en baseball récompensent les lanceurs de relève qui terminent les rencontres en conservant l'avantage acquis par leur équipe. Le record de sauvetages dans les Ligues majeures de baseball est de 652, établi par Mariano Rivera de 1995 à 2013. Trevor Hoffman fut en 2010 le premier releveur à atteindre les 600 avant d'être peu après dépassé par Rivera. Après la saison 2013, 25 lanceurs comptent 300 sauvetages ou plus en carrière.La statistique est reconnue officiellement par la MLB depuis 1969, même si des recherches ont identifié des situations de sauvetage avant cette date.
  • In Major League Baseball (MLB), the 300 save club is the group of pitchers who have recorded 300 or more regular-season saves in their careers. Most commonly a relief pitcher ("reliever") 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. The statistic was created by Jerome Holtzman in 1959 to "measure the effectiveness of relief pitchers" and was adopted as an official statistic by MLB in 1969. The save has been retroactively measured for past pitchers where applicable. Hoyt Wilhelm retired in 1972 and recorded just 31 saves from 1969 onwards, for example, but holds 227 total career saves.Mariano Rivera holds the MLB save record with 652. Only Rivera and Trevor Hoffman have exceeded 500 or 600 saves, and Hoffman was the first to achieve either. Rivera, Hoffman, Lee Smith, John Franco, and Billy Wagner are the only pitchers to have recorded more than 400 saves. Rollie Fingers was the first player to record 300 saves, reaching the mark on April 21, 1982. Francisco Rodríguez is the most recent, achieving his 300th on June 22, 2013. In total, 25 players have recorded 300 or more saves in their career. Only five relievers – Dennis Eckersley, Fingers, Goose Gossage, Bruce Sutter, and Wilhelm – have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame; all but Wilhelm are also members of the 300 saves club. Eligibility for the Hall of Fame requires that a player has been retired five seasons or deceased for at least six months.
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  • Les sauvetages en baseball récompensent les lanceurs de relève qui terminent les rencontres en conservant l'avantage acquis par leur équipe. Le record de sauvetages dans les Ligues majeures de baseball est de 652, établi par Mariano Rivera de 1995 à 2013. Trevor Hoffman fut en 2010 le premier releveur à atteindre les 600 avant d'être peu après dépassé par Rivera.
  • In Major League Baseball (MLB), the 300 save club is the group of pitchers who have recorded 300 or more regular-season saves in their careers. Most commonly a relief pitcher ("reliever") 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.
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  • Liste des lanceurs qui ont 300 sauvetages dans les ligues majeures
  • 300 save club
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