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Not really. Him and Sanchez have both been unreliable since April.


Heilman has been "SPOTTY" since the Yankee series played May 19th after a hitless 3 ip. Sanchez did not give up a run until the Brewers series in May.


he and Sanchez on a WHOLE have been two of the better set up men in the NL this year. They were not going to go all year and give up no runs. If anything blame the manager for using them every chance he gets.

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