McEnaney’s one outstanding season came as the number-two man out of the 1975 World Champion Reds’ bullpen. He was 5-2 with 15 saves and a 2.47 ERA, all career bests, and his 70 appearances were second in the NL. He capped it off by saving Game Seven of the World Series against the Red Sox, getting Carl Yastrzemski to fly to center for the final out in a 4-3 win. In 1976 he tied a World Series record with two saves, closing out Games Three and Four as Cincinnati swept the Yankees. He never started a game in the ML, after being a starter through most of his minor league career.