When the game is late and close and everyone's on the edge of his seat, new Toronto closer Robert Person isn't sure whether to scream for joy or run for cover. He's new at this gig, having been a starter for most of his career. "When I'm out there, I'm sweating a lot, my stomach aches," says Person, who's pitched only one full season in the bigs. Is this the guy Toronto wants closing? Apparently. Despite Person's inconsistent showing in '98 (six saves, a 7.04 ERA), the Blue Jays love the movement on his 92-mph fastball. They were also heartened by his performance in the Venezuelan Winter League (seven saves, a 0.79 ERA).