specificially, the save. Now, I'm not sure exactly what should constitute a save, but I'm pretty sure this ain't it:
guy comes in with a 14-3 lead to start the 7th inning. He holds the opponent scoreless, and his team scores 10 more in the eighth. He again holds the opponent scoreless, and his team scores 6 more in the ninth. Then, he closes it out with a scoreless ninth.
I'm sorry, but anytime you enter the game with an 11 run lead
... there's no fucking "save". You have the opportunity to piss it away, yes, but that takes a royal fuck-up the likes of which is seldom seen. They maybe need to replace the current "save" with 2 categories: The save, in which you come into the game, and there's a realistic chance your opponent may win. Like, for instance, entering the game when it's 6-2 with 2 on and noone out in the 7th inning and finishing it out with 3 scoreless innings. Then you have the category under which this game falls, where you start the 7th inning with a commanding lead and don't lose. We could call this the "could've royally fucked the dog but didn't".
Then, we could have pitchers who, instead of getting the "blown save" in their stat line, may end up with the "royal dog fucking".
Which would liven up the box score from time to time.