Let's tip our caps to Brewers' National League Reliever of the Year

Josh Hader of the Milwaukee Brewers is the recipient of the 2019 Trevor Hoffman National League Reliever of the Year Award, Major League Baseball and presenting sponsor The Hartford announced Saturday.
It was certainly well deserving.
Remember that "immaculate inning" of relief early in the season?
Sitting in front of the TV with thousands of viewers, we watched Hader strike out the side in the ninth inning to preserve the Milwaukee Brewers' 4-2 victory over the the St. Louis Cardinals in Miller Park.
Hader performed what is called an "immaculate inning," by throwing the minimum nine pitches, all strikes. Incredible to say the least.
Yeah, I know. We also remember his blown saves later in the season, but his numbers still prove his overall performance in 2019.
This is Hader’s second consecutive season winning the award, joining Craig Kimbrel and Kenley Jansen as the only two-time winners.
Hader posted a 2.62 ERA in his 61 games in 2019 and struck out 138 batters – the most of any reliever in MLB for a second straight year. In his 75.2 innings, he surrendered only 41 hits and 20 walks, limiting opponents to a .155 batting average. Hader averaged 16.4 strikeouts per nine innings pitched.
“Winning NL Reliever of the Year for the second time is an honor that I don’t take for granted," Hader said. "It is especially humbling when you consider the panel of all-time greats who vote on the award. I want to thank Craig Counsell (Brewers' manager), my coaches and especially my teammates, without whom I would not be in this position. I also want to thank the passionate Brewers fans, who have always been very supportive.”