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Fantasy Baseball Closer Rankings, Depth Charts, Bullpen Report, & Sleepers For Saves
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|Next In Line
|Diaz has 205 career saves, coming off an elite season with an insane 50.2 K%.
|Clase put up a sub-1.50 ERA in the last two years, including 42 saves last season.
|Romano has combined for 59 saves in the past two seasons, totaling 36 last year.
|Hader got off to a rocky start with the Padres, but found his groove with a 0.87 ERA in Sept/Oct.
|Williams gave us a preview of what's to come in 2023, posting 15 saves with a 40.0 K% in 2022.
|Bautista became one of the best closers in baseball following the Jorge Lopez trade.
|Iglesias has a strong track record, so he should be a high-end closer following Kenley Jansen's departure.
|Pressly has combined for 59 saves with strong ratios in his last two seasons.
|Helsley had a 1.25 ERA, 0.74 WHIP, and 39.3 K% with 19 saves last year.
|Doval racked up 27 saves last season, but the 10.5 BB% is an issue.
|Jansen has 391 career saves, including 41 last year, giving him a long leash.
|Holmes will look to build off a strong season that saw him rack up 20 saves with strong ratios.
|Bednar had an elite 25.2 K-BB%, but he plays for one of the worst teams in baseball.
|Duran is the better pitcher, but Lopez has more experience -- I'd take the risk with Duran's superior upside.
|Bard has been great for the Rockies, but the 10.2 BB% is concerning.
|Barlow racked up 24 saves with a 19.0 K-BB%, but the Royals are a bad team, meaning fewer opportunities.
|Diaz really emerged down the stretch, posting six saves in Sept. The issue is the walk rate (12.9%).
|Graveman is expected to take over as closer. We send out our prayers to Liam Hendriks as he battles cancer.
|Leclerc posted a 1.85 ERA in the 2nd half last season, ready to take over as closer for an improved team.
|The A's signed May to a one-year deal worth $7 million, so he should be the closer this year.
|Sewald was great last year, but so was Muñoz, so there's risk of a committee.
|Lange takes over as Tigers' closer following the Gregory Soto trade.
|Estevez was brought in as a free agent, expect him to be the closer for the Angels.
|Floro finished off the year strong, racking up six saves in Sept.
|Fairbanks was great down the stretch, but the Rays always like to use a committee.
|Carl Edwards Jr.
|Finnegan had a respectable 3.51 ERA with 11 saves for the Nationals after taking over as closer.
|Expect a committee between Phillips and Hudson for the Dodgers this year.
|Hughes is first in line, but don't sleep on free agent addition Boxberger (two 30+ save seasons)
|This is a full-blown committee between Dominguez, Kimbrel, and Soto.
|Shakiest situation in MLB, deferring to the veteran Melancon here.