"I think the starting job is just more notable," said Pedro Strop, Johnson's set-up man. "Those guys win 20 games, with ERAs in the twos and so many strikeouts. It's hard to pick a closer with 40-plus saves, because usually closers come in for one inning. Starters that win Cy Young are throwing seven innings, eight innings, nine innings. I think that's why. Those starters pitch deep into games and do more work."