On the Mound, Roger Hailey was phenomenal, putting up a 10-1 record with a 2.02 ERA. The 3rd future All-Star however to join Ryan Klesko and Vinny Castilla, would be found in the bullpen. Mark Wohlers would put up a 4-3-5 Sv. performance with a 1.88 ERA. The main closing duties for the 1990 team lay not with Wohlers but went instead to Don Strange who was practically unhittable putting up a 4-1-24 Sv record with an astonishing ERA of just 0.66. What should have been an incredible team, finished only 4 games above .500 (a rather good record for Sumter but on the whole… just above average) and they again failed to make the playoffs. This was the end of the Atlanta Braves era. Despite some excellent players, Sumter again failed to break the 40k mark finishing at 37,000 leaving the Braves to finally give up on this ballpark and head to Macon's historic Luther Williams Field. Still it wasn't the end of the team. There would be two new expansion teams in the South Atlantic League for the following season and Sumter was given one final chance to do something special for the 1991 season.