while the scoring rules say Patrick Corbin gets the win, last night was really winnable only because of the 4 innings of shutout relief from Thompson, Harvey, Edwards, and Finnegan. A stat-geeky approach backs this up. There's a stat, win probability added, that looks at the situation in the game, the probable outcomes from similar games with the same on base, out, inning, and leads over the years, and looks at the change from before and after each plate appearance for the offense and the defense. WPA shows that the 4 relievers added .344 to the win probability (out of a max for the winning team of .500). Top kudos go to Harvey, at .122, who came in with 2 outs, tying run on first, in the 6th, got the 3rd out on a K of Trout, then got through the next inning, 3-4-5 hitters.