Articles Comments

The Closer Report » Entries tagged with "Javy Guerra"

Danger Zone: Javy Guerra, LA Dodgers

Danger Zone: Javy Guerra, LA Dodgers

Last Sunday, Javy Guerra was not on the mound to start the ninth inning for the Dodgers. Instead it was Kenley Jansen who got through the ninth inning and recorded his second save of the season.  Javy Guerra was warming up in the bullpen, but why didn’t Don Mattingly go with his closer who is already 7/9 on the season in saves.  First off, he threw 22 pitches the night before and surrendered the go ahead … Read entire article »

Filed under: Danger Zone, In-Season Analysis, Javy Guerra, Uncategorized

Closer Daily Dish: Johnson, League, Marmol, Nathan, Guerra

Closer Daily Dish: Johnson, League, Marmol, Nathan, Guerra

There was plenty of action for closers last night.  Saving are beginning to rack up. Looking at the top ten closers in saves and it’s a list most of us wouldn’t recognize before this year.  Some of these guys are here to stay and others are a few bad outing from long relief.  Here is the daily dish for Wednesday. Last night  in LA,  Craig Kimbrel and Javy Guerra squared off, well sorta.  Kimbrel saved his sixth … Read entire article »

Filed under: Brandon League, Carlos Marmol, Craig Kimbrel, Javy Guerra, Jim Johnson, Joe Nathan

Closer Daily Dish: Casilla, Bell, Guerra, Johnson

Closer Daily Dish: Casilla, Bell, Guerra, Johnson

  In tonight’s action I got to watch to of the hotter closers in baseball, Javy Guerra and Jim Johnson.  Both have been a welcome surprise to fantasy bullpens, especially with all the injury losses this season.  Javy Guerra was even doubted by many as to whether or not he would even be the closer for the Dodgers with Kenley Jansen wanting a crack at the job.  After five consecutive saves to open the season, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Chris Perez, Daily Dish, Heath Bell, Javy Guerra, Jim Johnson, Santiago Casilla

2012 Player Profile: Javy Guerra, Los Angeles Dodgers

2012 Player Profile: Javy Guerra, Los Angeles Dodgers

Last year, among all the messes that the Dodgers organization was dealing with, one of them was their closer.  The Dodgers opened the season with Broxton who failed badly.  Then they tried several replacements like Kenley Jansen and others.  When Jansen hit the DL, they brought up Javy Guerra and the rest is history.  While I feel that Kenley Jansen is the future closer for the Dodgers, right now he is unreliable because of … Read entire article »

Filed under: 2012 Player Profiles, Javy Guerra