Darren Oliver's fourth career save was a record setter. At 40 years, 199 days he's the oldest Ranger to record a save. The old mark was set by Hall of Famer Goose Gossage, who had one at 40 years, 18 days back in 1991.
But with the Rangers using a closer-by-committee, that mark may not last long. That's because Arthur Rhodes is also in the closer mix and he's 41.
"I figure if you're 40 years old you're probably going to be in a lot of history books," Oliver said. "This is probably just one of them. Just think if Arthur saves it tomorrow he'll be the oldest one."
- Anthony Andro