Let’s not get overly critical of Kevin Gregg.
Despite leading the NL in blown saves last season, he’s pitch well with Chicago.
Prior to Ryan Raburn’s walk-off job, Gregg had strung together nearly 10 innings of scoreless baseball.
He’s held opponents scoreless in 20 of his last 23 outings, converted 11 of 14 save opportunities (78 percent), including seven-straight from May 1-29.
At the very least, he’s still on pace for Woody’s All Star season from a year ago (34 saves).
Of course the blown save hurts, they always do, but that’s part of the job. It’s up to Gregg to bounce back, and I think he will.