Righty reliever Bryan Harvey closed out a lot of wins for the Marlins in 1993. He pitched in 59 games (0 starts) for the Marlins in 1993 and he was 1-5 with 45 saves, a 1.70 ERA and a 0.84 WHIP. He gave up 45 hits and walked 13 batters while whiffing 73 of them in 69 very impressive innings in 1993. Harvey was a N.L. All-Star in 1993. He also finished 8th in the voting for the Cy Young Award and 14th in the MVP voting in the N.L. But, Harvey hurt his elbow in 1994 and it cut his career short. Harvey pitched in 72 games (0 starts) in his three years with the Marlins and he was 1-5 with 51 saves, a 2.50 ERA and a 0.97 WHIP. Harvey is still #5 in saves in Marlins’ history with 51 of them.