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Greg Holland, RP, KAN10/15/2014 7:11:00 PM
Description: Royals closer Greg Holland selaed the deal for Kansas City in Game 4 of the ALCS.
Insight: He saved all four games of the series, and has six saves throughout the entire postseason. Kansas City's biggest strength is their bullpen, and they head into the World Series, yet to lose a game in the playoffs.
Greg Holland, RP, KAN10/15/2014 10:03:00 AM
Description: Royals closer Greg Holland made quick work of the Orioles in the top of the ninth in Game 3 of the ALCS for his third save of the playoffs.
Insight: It took Holland just six pitches to put the Orioles down in order. It was even more impressive given the fact Holland faced Adam Jones, Nelson Cruz and Steve Pierce. The perfect ninth just put a exclamation point on a superb performance from the Royals pitching staff. Kansas City retired the last 17 batters of the game and did not allow a hit after the third inning.
Greg Holland, RP, KAN10/11/2014 8:30:00 PM
Description: Royals closer Greg Holland allowed the tying run to reach the plate, but finished off the Orioles for his second save of the series..
Insight: Baltimore's Nelson Cruz singled with two outs, but Steve Pearce struck out. Holland has gone 178 inning (June 2012) without yielding a home run with a runner on base.
Greg Holland, RP, KAN10/11/2014 9:50:00 AM
Description: Royals closer Greg Holland allowed the tying run to reach base in the 10th, but Holland did eventually close the door on the Orioles in Game 1 of the ALCS.
Insight: Baltimore did all their damage with two outs. Ryan Flaherty hit a single, Jimmy Paredes walked and then Delmon Young singled to score Flaherty from second. Holland then retired Nick Markakis on a ground out to end the game.
Sean Marshall, RP, CIN10/9/2014 5:34:00 PM
Description: Reds reliever Sean Marshall is progressing along in his rehab from surgery on his left shoulder according to MLB.com
Insight: Marshall has made only 31 appearances over the past two years due to shoulder problems. He had surgery in June to repair a torn labrum. Marshall should begin a throwing program in November and plans to be ready for opening day. 2015 is a contract year for Marshall.