Roberto Osuna is the youngest closer to notch 100 saves, can he reach the heights of Mariano Rivera?
Osuna becomes the youngest pitcher in Major League history to reach the 100-save Mark. He also ties Billy Koch for third all time on the #BlueJays saves list.— Gregor Chisholm (@GregorChisholm) April 11, 2018
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Osuna averaged 32 saves per season from 2015-17 and, if he keeps up this trend for another 11 years, he'll be at 452. If he does it until he's 40 years old, he'll have 676. As mentioned before, it's early and that final number will likely go up or down depending on health, the teams he plays on and whether he puts together any 50-plus save seasons like Rivera did. It' a giant milestone and one, thought by many, to be almost impossible to reach.
So, we pose this question to you, baseball-predicting fanatics: where will Osuna end up when all's said and done? Please vote in our poll below: