A long-term outlook on the relievers who could be fantasy assets in the coming years.
Projecting the ninth-inning stoppers from 2014 through the end of the 2016 season.
From true relievers to starters who might convert, a look at the arms that could rack up saves or holds down the road.
Breaking down the position, from the top-shelf closers to the setup men who might be on the cusp.
A look at the best values to help your fantasy squad rack up saves.
Breaking down the ninth-inning stoppers by league for the present and future and examining the optimal mixed-league strategy.
Examining the reasons why pitchers are costing more in auctions this year.
In the final installment of the year, Mike reviews how closers performed relative to pre-season expectations.
As the 2013 season winds down, Mike examines the contract statuses of current closers to evaluate their odds of retaining their jobs in 2014.
A look at five pitchers who could be in line for save opportunities in future years.
Mike unveils his updated closer tiers and identifies a few setup men who could help your fantasy club down the stretch.
Mechanical analysis of three of the AL’s dominant closers.
Ranking closers based on how bad they’ve looked at the plate.
The latest fantasy-relevant news from all the bullpens around the league, along with Mike’s updated tiers and dollar values.
Three straight blown saves move Mariano Rivera into the second tier, as Mike unveils his latest rankings and updates the year-to-date earnings for relievers.
Which is the better situation in which to use your closer: with a three-run lead, or a one-run deficit?