Royals' Kelvin Herrera: Picks up 25th save
Herrera walked one while pitching a scoreless inning Saturday against the White Sox to pick up his 25th save.
It was a relatively boring outing for the Royals' closer, who allowed a two-out walk to Omar Narvaez but otherwise got out of the inning without any hard-hit balls. Herrera's 25th save moves him into a tie for fifth in the American League and he's still largely considered one of the top closers in baseball.
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