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  • I have a few, but I liked Dennis Eckersley.
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  • Arthur Rhodes.
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  • Eric Gagne in his prime.
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  • Gotta throw in Goose Gossage.
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  • Trevor Hoffman was awesome to watch.

    I don't know how anyone can not like Rivera, even Yankee haters.
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  • I have a ridiculous fondness for Rafael Soriano, and continue to rue the day we traded him for Ramirez (for a variety of reasons).
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  • Vancouver's own Randy Myers !
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  • Bobby Ayala...

    (ok, no, but Eck, Goose, Charlton and Rivera)
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  • Mariano Rivera was amazing to watch, even if he was a hated Yankee. The guy was so consistent for so long, and a total class act.

    For the future, I like Aroldis Chapman. His heat is on another level.
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  • The Sheriff, Norm Charlton was one, Goose has got to be on top of the list, guy just looked like he wanted to take your head off. Bill Caudell for a while was pretty amazing here in Seattle. Raleigh Fingers, but I don't think as a closer anyone could doubt the effect Randy Johnson had taking the mound, yeah he isn't really in the catagory but did do it and had a pretty good record.
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  • SmokinHawk wrote:
    For the future, I like Aroldis Chapman. His heat is on another level.


    See Eric Gagne. Fireballers flame out fast but are awesome to watch while they have it.
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  • I always liked Lee Smith. He racked up a ton of saves. Now I like Chapman.
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  • I used to be a big fan of Joe Nathan when I actually cared about baseball (the Twins and M's seem to be under the same curse).

    That and he comes out of the bullpen to this awesome gem.

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  • Rick Vaughn............ Mariners=Arthur Rhodes, baseball=Mariano rivera
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