03/11/2015 7:00 AM -
Kris Regas was Kansas City’s most consistent and effective reliever in 2014, adding another impressive chapter to his 13-year professional career. Regas, who was the team’s All-Star representative and the club’s 2014 Most Valuable Player, set the T-Bones single-season record for saves with 22, which was tied for third in the American Association in 2014. He led the T-Bones with a 2.70 ERA and tied for the most wins on the club (7). So, what does it take to be an All-Star closer? In this latest installment of “Covering the Bases,” Matt McMullen from tbonesbaseball.com caught up with Regas and got three keys to saving games.