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2012 National League Closer Rankings

1. Craig Kimbrel ATL – Fantastic Rookie Season that saw Kimbrel notch 46 saves while striking out 127 batters in 77 innings.  Only concern is how good his set-up man Jonny Venters is if Kimbrel were to falter.  But there is no other closer I’d rather have on my 2012 fantasy team then Kimbrel, so […]

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NL FANTASY CLOSER REPORT

UPDATED AS OF 7/13/2011  As we discussed leading into the season, saves is the most unpredictable category to draft and this year has been no different.  I want to quickly list each team’s closer and the most likely backup should he falter. Arizona – CLOSER David Hernandez, NEXT Aaron Heilman– With JJ Putz on the […]

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MITCHELL BOGGS – PICK UP OF THE DAY

With Ryan Franklin blowing save after save, viagra the Cardinals need to turn the role over to someone else.  The names being thrown out there are Mitchell Boggs, viagra Jason Motte, buy information pills and Miguel Batista. Motte has been thought of as the heir apparent but his velocity is down this year and Larussa […]

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Updated: National League Closer Rankings

Ohh closers….  The most volatile position in all of fantasy baseball.  Some people will take one  as early as round 5.  While others will stay away from them for the whole draft opting to take “potential” closers later on.  In a league that requires 3 RP I like to have at least two closers.  I […]

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2011 NL Closer Rankings

Click here to see updated closer rankings as of 3/20/11 In past articles, we broke down the closer position by division.  As we stated, drafting closers is never an exact science.  The volatility from year to year is always tough to predict and you have to stay up to date on each team.  Here are […]

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