Iglesias allowed a solo home run to Albert Almora on Sunday, but ultimately nailed down the win for his 28th save of the season.
The 27-year-old ended the year on a bit of a slide -- he allowed at least one run in each of his final four appearances (six runs total). However, the season on the whole was an unqualified success, with Iglesias posting a 2.49 ERA, 1.11 WHIP and 92:27 K:BB while going 28-for-30 in save situations. The Reds will be a losing team again next year, but Iglesias established himself as an upper-tier closer this season and will likely be a hot commodity in fantasy drafts next spring.
Iglesias allowed two runs on three hits while striking out two batters during Thursday's loss to St. Louis.
Cincinnati was a run behind when Iglesias entered Thursday's game, and it was an uncharacteristic outing from the righty. He's locked into the closer role and boasts a high-end 2.19 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 11.2 K/9 to go along with his 27 saves this season. It is worth noting that he's allowed three runs through his past two appearances, though.
Iglesias allowed one run on one hit and one walk while striking out three across 1.2 innings to earn his 27th save Friday against the Pirates.
Iglesias was protecting a three-run lead, and the run he allowed made little difference, as he nailed down the home victory. With a 1.98 ERA, he continues to be an elite fantasy option.
Iglesias threw two scoreless innings Sunday, working around two hits and striking out a pair to register his 26th save of the season.
Iglesias spun his eighth save of two innings on the season, which has made him a valuable asset not only for his game-ending proclivities but also to stabilize a shaky bullpen. The right-hander likely would have an even bigger fantasy stock if he pitched for a better club, but his ratio boosts with these outings of more than one frame help his owners just fine.
Iglesias cruised through the final two innings of Tuesday's win over Milwaukee, striking out a pair en route to his 25th save.
This game ended up as a 9-3 rout, but it was a different story when Iglesias took the mound in the eighth -- the Brewers already had two men in and two men on, having narrowed Milwaukee's lead from 7-1 to 7-3 without recording an out. Iglesias promptly pumped the brakes on that rally and cruised to his first save in almost two weeks; the Reds haven't been giving him many opportunities lately.
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