If you still want to go the cheap route, I'd sugest that you make sure to handcuff the cheap closers you get. If you just target a bunch of randoms that may get the job, you could end up with several that stay in the 8th inning all year. By staying with a couple guys on the same teams, you're sure to lock in the saves from a particular team. Also, check how many saves has won the category, or been competitive, the past few seasons (if available). Then you know how many you need to target to get the required points in the category.
Also, getting guys like DeRosa, with multiple positional eligibility, as backup guys can free up an extra spot or two to grab another potential saves guy.
My only problem with this strategy is since there are zero add drops, I need to have depth at ALL the positions....
This is my lineup..
I was an expansion owner last year and had to take the best that was available. I'm having a tough time deciding how to approach this... If I knew if, headley, Maybin and McCutchen are going to turn out even to be average or slightly above average, I wouldn't worry so much about depth but it would kill me if none of those players are starting..... I can't wait for the season to get here...