Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Greatest White Sox Team of All-Time, Relief Pitchers-- Part 11: Fisher and Hernandez

The All-Time Greatest Starting Pitcher was Ted Lyons.


In 1965, Fisher led the AL in appearances and won 15 games out of the bullpen.

He also had the league's lowest WHIP at 0.97 and saved a career high 24 games that season, earning him a spot on the AL All-Star team.


In his seven seasons with the Sox, Hernandez posted 30 or more saves four times.  In 1996, he tied a career high with 38 saves, had a 1.91 ERA and was named an All-Star.

His 161 saves in a Sox uniform rank third in team history.


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