Everyone knows how dominant Josh Hader can be.
The Milwaukee Brewers‘ closer is no doubt one of the best in baseball.
We don’t see too many dominant left-handed closers, but Hader is certainly one of them.
It seems like it’s automatic every time he goes out to the mound.
He’s going to blow you away with his electric fastball and carve his way through the ninth inning, shutting the door on whichever opponent he has to deal with.
One Brewers insider pointed out how dominant Hader has been so far this season on Twitter.
The lefty has been perfect in all of his save opportunities, has allowed no runs in 13.1 innings pitched, and has only allowed two hits on the year.
Josh Hader this season:
13.1 IP / no runs
Opponents 2-for-43 with 5 walks and 21 strikeouts.
3⬆️ 3⬇️ 3K tonight.#ThisIsMyCrew
— Mike Vassallo (@MikeVassallo13) May 17, 2022
Hader Is Nasty
This is what dominance looks like.
It seems as if every time the Brewers take a lead into the ninth inning, there isn’t a chance for the opposition to battle back.
It’s almost a lock.
It’s nearly automatic whenever Hader steps out onto the mound.
He’s been virtually unhittable since last July and is not slowing down.
The Brewers already have a nasty starting staff, but that bullpen, led by Hader, helps keep their leads intact as they close out games.
Hader is the one guy on that pitching staff that you do not want to face under any circumstances.
He’s just so dominant that an at-bat against him almost seems futile.
There’s no doubt that he is one of the best closers in all of baseball, if not the best.
Hader can pound the zone with his fastball and has multiple ways he can beat you.
It’s just best if you don’t have to face him.