Who is Éric Gagné?
éric Gagné a.k.a. Éric Gagné: Éric Serge Gagné is a Canadian former professional baseball pitcher. Signing with the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball as a free agent in 1995, Gagné began his career as a starting pitcher. After he struggled in that role, the Dodgers converted Gagné from a starter to a reliever, where for three years he was statistically the most outstanding closer in the game, winning the Cy Young Award in 2003. During that period, he set a major league record by converting 84 consecutive save opportunities. The phrase "Game Over" was heavily used by the Dodgers and the media in connection with his appearances to finish close games.
- also known as Eric Gagne
- born on (40 years ago) in Montreal
- nationality: Canada
- profession: Baseball player
- Marriage with Valerie Gagné
- parent of
- some of the nominations and awards:
- National League Cy Young Award
- nominated to Best Record-Breaking Performance ESPY Award (Consecutive saves converted in a single MLB regular season (55 across the league's 2003 season).)
- nominated to Best Major League Baseball Player ESPY Award
- Best Record-Breaking Performance ESPY Award (Consecutive saves converted in a single MLB regular season (55 across the league's 2003 season).)
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