Welcome back to the newest edition of our Reliever Ranks series! This will bring you up-to-date bullpen depth charts every morning for the day’s games and makes for an excellent tool for those of you looking to stream saves or wins. This series runs seven days a week, so be sure to check in every morning to get your daily bullpen fix!
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- For example, today, just about an hour ago, the Twins and Padres agreed to a deal in which they swapped relievers Taylor Rogers and Emilio Pagán.
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Bullpen Depth Charts
Anthony Bass as the closer? Most people seem to Bender over Bass until Floro comes back.
Paddack was in the trade that brings Rogers to SD, how can he be the bulk RP?
From what I’ve seen, Marlins people don’t trust Mattingly to use their best reliever (Bender) in the closer role so they feel like it will be a veteran like Bass, Sulser or Bleier.
Yep, good call on Paddack, forgot to take him off this morning.
Hey Rick – Can you explain the difference between “set up” and “holds options” guys? Specifically in Saves+Holds leagues, which of these buckets are going to hold more holds and which one will have the better “stuff?” Thanks for this and all of your RP work!
“Set Up” is basically the projected next in line closer. Typically, this column will have the better SV+HLD league options but there are still plenty of good choices in that “Holds Options” column.