Wasn't it Parcells that said "You are what your record says you are." Being a closer is a unique situation and a close opportunity only happens under certain conditions. But let's look at yesterday. He comes in with a two run lead, three empty bases, and needing to get three outs. He starts the first guy off with three balls and in the process gets the strike zone perimeter defined to him by the ump. Then what happens? He paints that zone with three fast ball strikes. One out. That was the easy one. After that six pitch performance what do you think the next hitter is looking for? And the rest of those pitchers gave up six runs. I suppose the team scoring five runs with two outs in the ninth to win the 1st game 5-3 was overly dramatic too. Nobody gets all bent when Felix gets dramatic... Rodney is 38-3 in save opportunities, which as of today puts him in the top five, if not the top three in the league. I'll take that kind of luck any day!