Yankees fill-in closer Dellin Betances recorded his fifth straight save on Saturday against the Athletics at Yankee Stadium.
"It's crazy how good Dellin's throwing the ball," Matt Holliday said to Erik Boland of Newsday on Saturday. "It's pretty much over when he comes in."
Betances has five saves since taking over for Aroldis Chapman (left shoulder inflammation) on May 14. He owns a 0.52 ERA and 0.98 WHIP so far this season.
"He's our guy," Aaron Judge said to Boland. "I trust him, even if it's bases loaded and no outs, I want Dellin out there."
Betances could go for six saves in his last six appearances on Sunday afternoon (1:05 p.m. ET) against the A's.