The Astros decals’ Chris Devenski 2

  • The co-leader in goose eggs is the Brewers decals’ Corey Knebel, who started out as a setup man but worked his way into the closer role. We’re more interested in pitchers with less conventional usage patterns, however, and a couple of them have fallen off the pace slightly. The Astros decals’ Chris Devenski, who we highlighted last month for often working multiple innings at a time, is up to 15 goose eggs, but he also has 5 broken eggs (the goose equivalent of a blown save). And the Reds decals’ Raisel Iglesias, who’s mainly used as a closer but who often enters the game in the 8th inning instead of the 9th, is stuck on 12 goose eggs, mostly because the Reds decals have been playing like crap and not providing him with enough clutch situations to pitch in.

    You can find a complete rundown of goose stats in the table below. We’ll continue to update these numbers once a month or so.*^%$