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MLB Playoffs Philadelphia Phillies vs Colorado Rockies
Colorado Rockies relief pitcher Manny Corpas of Panama tips his caps to the fans during team introductions prior to the National League Division Series game three against the Philadelphia Phillies at Coors Field in Denver on October 6, 2007. Colorado swept Philadelphia with Corpas pitching in the ninth inning to preserve the 2-1 win. (UPI Photo/Gary C. Caskey)
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Manuel "Manny" Corpas (born December 3, 1982, in Panama City, Panama) is a closer for the Colorado Rockies.

Corpas was signed by the Rockies at the age of 16 as an amateur free agent in 1999. He made his debut for the Rockies on July 18, 2006.

Following the All-Star Break in 2007, Corpas filled in as closer for Brian Fuentes, who was demoted after taking four of eight losses during an 8-game losing skid. Corpas finished the year with a 4-2 win-loss record, a 2.08 earned run average, and 19 saves in 22 chances; he continued to serve as the Rockies' closer during the 2007 postseason.

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