Let's do a comparison of Brian Wilson, 2010 World Championship Season to Casilla 2012.
Casilla 20 of 21 saves, Brian Wilson 48 of 53 saves. Percentage wise Casilla better.
Casilla 1-2 1.59 ERA whip 1.02Wilson 3-3 1.81 ERA whip 1.19
Pretty comparable. Wilson gave us a heart attack on more than one occasion even in 2010, no one is like steroid aided Gagne of previous years in LA.
Casilla is doing a great job. Romo is doing a fine job as set up. Bochy just needs to let Romo pitch the whole 8th inning instead of yanking him if he lets one guy get on. If the Giants go too many games in a row with Casilla pitches, then put Romo in to spell him. In the mean time, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Why are you insulting, I didn't insult you, I did not say you were stupid. Lay off the insults.
Casilla has more than one pitch, has made more appearances, has pitched more innings, and of course has more opportunities to make mistakes as he has pitched more. Romo has a slider. Wilson pitched very little, that is why Casilla has pretty much been the closer all season. Sure, Romo has great stats, in the role he has been given. He's never been a closer for the Giants, how do you know he'll be just as good in a role he has not had in the majors. Why shake up what is working.