Hines bests previous mark by seven
Las Vegas narrowly edged Seattle this season for the division title and you wouldn't exactly be going out on a limb if you were to say the team couldn't have done it without their closer, Coco Hines. Hines was so dominant this season out of the pen for the Sand Cats that he broke the record for saves in one season. Hines saved 59 of 61 games in 71 appearances this season all while posting a 1.70 ERA. The previous record for saves in a season was 52, held by Dude Huskey who set the mark in season 2 with the Memphis (now Austin) franchise. The 1.70 ERA on the season for Hines beats his previous best by almost a full run.