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Most Saves by Career Length

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Player Career Saves Seasons
Carlos Valdivia 62 21
David Wanatabe 623 20
Paul Dong 217 18
Sid Watson 479 17
Alex Wilfredo 279 16
Taylor Bowie 502 15
Nerio Miller 487 14
Tyler Henderson 444 13
Rob Ojeda 284 12
Brady Garcia 300 11
Willie Dipoto 313 10
Bill Belle 275 9
Albert Cook 227 8
Vin Molina 209 7
Yusmeiro Rios 208 6
Wilkin Johnson 113 5
Valerio Elcano 183 4
Richard Quinn 56 3
Slim Schumaker 49 2
Paul Dong * 36 1

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