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Charlie Hough was a very effective closer in 1977 for the Dodgers. Yes he lost 12 games, but he won six with a 3.32 ERA and career-best 22 saves (he gave up Reggie Jackson's third homer in Game 6 of the World Series). Let's be honest, though. Hough will remember one game that year for his hitting: On April 24, Hough homered off Atlanta's Bob Johnson for his only career dinger.
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