Leading consecutive save opportunities converted since 1988 when blown saves were recorded on a major league-wide basis:
84 - Eric Gagne, Los Angeles, 2002-04 (Aug. 28, 2002-July 4, 2004).
54 - Tom Gordon, Boston, 1998-99 (April 19, 1998-June 5, 1999).
41 - Rod Beck, San Francisco, 1993-95 (Aug. 19, 1993-April 29, 1995).
41 - Trevor Hoffman, San Diego, 1997-98 (Aug. 24, 1997-July 26, 1998).
40 - Dennis Eckersley, Oakland, 1991-92 (Sept. 15, 1991-Aug. 8, 1992).
38 - Jose Mesa, Cleveland, 1995 (May 5-Aug. 23).
38 - Trevor Hoffman, San Diego, 2005 (April 30-Sept. 26, 2005).
37 - Randy Myers, Baltimore-Toronto, 1997-98 (May 6, 1997-April 11, 1998).
31 - Mariano Rivera, N.Y. Yankees, 2005 (April 9-Aug. 13).
28 - Mariano Rivera, N.Y. Yankees, 2003-04 (Aug. 19, 2003-May 9, 2004).
28 - J.J. Putz, Seattle, 2006-07 (Sept. 30, 2006-present).
27 - Todd Jones, Florida, 2005 (June 11-Sept. 17)
27 - John Wetteland, N.Y. Yankees, 1996 (May 12-July 14).
26 - Rob Dibble, Cincinnati, 1990-91 (Aug. 25, 1990-July 16, 1991).
25 - John Wetteland, Texas, 1997-98 (July 15, 1997-May 22, 1998).
25 - Doug Jones, Milwaukee, 1997 (May 31-Sept. 26).
25 - Tom Henke, Toronto, 1991 (April 9-Aug. 13).
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SOURCE: Rolaids Relief Man program
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