Choose one: The White Sox bullpen, or the sweet embrace of death.
How long will Mr. Hand shoulder the saves in San Diego? Sean Doolittle, and not Ryan Madson, appears to be closing in Washington. Who will take over in Detroit if and when Justin Wilson gets moved?
Nationals trade should have brought clarity to Washington and Oakland, but it hasn’t really done that yet.
The Nationals would love to switch places with the Angels when it comes to the bullpens. Both teams are frustrating as heck for fantasy players.
Derek Fisher was sent down, but he’ll be back, and was worth bidding on.
Did you know the Nationals are still feeling around in the dark for a closer?
You’ll never guess what’s going on with the Phillies bullpen. No, really, no one will ever guess in a million years, it’s just awful.
Koda Glover fumbles an opportunity, but it’s not time for his owners to panic until the Nats get heavy into trade talks for a new closer. Sean Doolittle soon will be lurking again in the Oakland bullpen. Cam Bedrosian is back with the Angels, but does that mean Bud Norris loses his place in line?
It’s hard to say how tight of a grip Brad Hand has on the closer’s job in San Diego, with Brandon Maurer still getting opportunities in the ninth inning for the Padres. Mr. Hand apparently has to share. Also: How about that Bud Norris?
Koda Glover has a firm grip on the Nationals closer jobâ€”for now. Keep your eyes on Brad Hand in San Diego in case Brandon Maurer falters. Be patient with Edwin Diaz in Seattle; he’ll soon be closing again.
Taking a close look at the Arizona bullpen, and keeping an eye on Alex ColomÃ© in Tampa Bay.