We now get to the ugly step-sister of rankings and the waiver darling position that we all chase. Â The relief pitcher is by far the most debated position on who to draft, where, and when. Â For the most part, I agree with you (with whatever you think), but the guys you want…if you get them where they are being drafted, usually beat or exceed value. Â Injuries suck and do happen, you just can’t prevent them. You just have to be in a position of favor and hope that you land his replacement. Â Sucktitude, i.e see Joe Nathan last year, is just a roster burden and usually drags you down all season because he isn’t someone you can just drop, but he makes it awfully hard to roster. Â It’s a catch-22, to stat or not to stat. Â Last year saw an unforgivable 10 closer changes in the first sixÂ weeks. That is not something you can pad your roster with enough save-cuffs for. Â So let’s get to the first set of rankings of the year. Â I will get into draft strategies for them, and as always, cover holds in the countdown to the season.
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