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Hell’s Bells: Milwaukee Brewers’ Trevor Hoffman Is As Good As Ever

Published by on May 16, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

When the Brewers signed all-time saves leader Trevor Hoffman this winter, critics said it was a bad signing due to Hoffman's loss in velocity and age.

After picking up his ninth save of the season Saturday, the critics have been searching for players other than the 41-year old Hoffman to find fault with.

Hoffman has never had a start to the season in his career like he has had so far for the Brewers. In 10 appearances, Hoffman has not allowed a run and surrendered only three hits in 10 innings pitched.

In his prime, Hoffman used an overpowering fastball that reached the mid-90s and one of the best change-ups ever to amass 554 career saves.

While age has cost Hoffman upwards of 10 miles ...

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