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Aug 15, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Indians former pitcher Doug Jones meets with Cleveland Indians first base coach Sandy Alomar Jr. (15) at Progressive Field. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Doug Jones

This 6’3″ righty from Covina, California spent most of his years with the Cleveland Indians and stretched his career life to sixteen years, earning 303 saves in 381 opportunities.

After 40, Doug Jones split his time with Milwaukee, Cleveland, and Oakland, with 74 saves to his credit. However, 36 of them were all in 1997, as he played three more seasons, before retiring in 2000. He blew 25 saves in 63 attempts to finish his career. What did not fade was his strikeouts. Jones averaged just under 68 strikeouts each season until retirement, helping him to earn 19 wins.