Under-the-radar MLB closers

24 03 2010

It’s not always easy to find a capable MLB closer. Sometimes they pop up out of nowhere, as was the case with David Aardsma in Seattle last season. Others disappoint, such as Brad Lidge last year. Closer situations are always so tenuous, which is a byproduct of pitchers’ susceptibility to injury and the fleeting nature of the position. Blow a save and a closer can find his job on the line.

In this amNew York story, I analyzed five closer situations to watch in the next few weeks. A couple situations have a clear direction while a couple more have yet to be unresolved. Any of the players recommended in the story are worthy of pickups in all formats.

Click on the link below to read the story.

Fantasy MLB (Closer situations)

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