2 – Gene Garber
Garber was one of the most consistent and productive short relievers of his era. He had five seasons with 20 or more saves with a career-high 30 in 1982. In his five seasons with the Phillies, Garber was 33-22 with 51 saves and a 2.68 ERA. He also surpassed 100 innings in relief six times and eight seasons had an ERA of under 3. Despite finishing seventh in the NL Cy Young award voting while with the Braves in 1982, the All-Star appearance eluded him.