Sports MN Quiz: How many games did Matt Capps save in 2010?

Matt Capps admits he had a lousy 2011, but 2010 wasn't so bad. How many saves did he have for the Nationals and Twins? For the answer, click on the headline above.
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Capps had 42 saves in 2010. As a member of the Washington Nationals, he saved 26 games. After he was dealt to the Twins, he recorded 16 saves for Minnesota down the stretch.

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