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"Sometimes [bullpen ERA] can be blown out of proportion either way. We all see it as one group, so it doesn't matter. ... I don't look at it like we're carrying the load or whatever. It's kind of one big group, and that's one thing we're really trying to do. It's individual, sure, but we're all one collective bullpen. That's our whole idea. That's what we are, and we pick each other up," says Drew Storen.

"Sometimes [bullpen ERA] can be blown out of proportion either way. We all see it as one group, so it doesn't matter. ... I don't look at it like we're carrying the load or whatever. It's kind of one big group, and that's one thing we're really trying to do. It's individual, sure, but we're all one collective bullpen. That's our whole idea. That's what we are, and we pick each other up," says Drew Storen.

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