Rockies reliever Daniel Bard’s storybook comeback took a sharp turn


Colorado Rockies pitcher converted 100% of his save opportunities in 2020, posting a 3.65 ERA. The expectation for Bard’s 2021 performance was set high in the offseason when the Rockies offered him more money than the amount the ex-Rockie David Dahl signed for in Texas. He converted 71% of his saves in 2021. His ERA jumped to 5.21. (Purple Row)

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Rockies reliever Daniel Bard’s storybook comeback took a sharp turn


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