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Top 5 Most Underrated Closers of the 2012 Season… So Far

Top 5 Most Underrated Closers of the 2012 Season… So Far

1. Aroldis Chapman, CIN – Chapman took over the closer role for the Reds on May 20th and hasn’t looked back.  Before the move, we weren’t sure of Dusty Baker planned on making Chapman a starter or closer, but eventually made the right move.  The man with the 105.1 MPH fastball is an near perfect fit as a closer.  SO far this season, Chapman has struck out 56 of the 122 batters he has faced.  … Read entire article »

Filed under: Addison Reed, Aroldis Chapman, In-Season Analysis, Joe Nathan, Jonathan Broxton, Santiago Casilla, SF Giants

The Latest On The Closer Carousel/Circus: 5.12.2012

The Latest On The Closer Carousel/Circus: 5.12.2012

This has been without a doubt the worse year on record for major league closers. The amount of closers lost to injury times the number of closer with terrible starts, divided by the number of closers who have just lost the job is a formula even a Sabermetrics wannabee with a degree from MIT couldn’t compute.  Since spring training has wrapped up, at least 17 closer jobs have changed hands due to any of … Read entire article »

Filed under: Addison Reed, Alfredo Aceves, Andrew Bailey, Andrew Cashner, Boston Red Sox, Brian Fuentes, Bullpen Reports, Carlos Marmol, Casey Janssen, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Closers Rise and Fall, Colorado Rockies, Daniel Bard, Drew Storen, Fernando Rodney, Francisco Cordero, Francisco Rodriguez, Grant Balfour, Heath Bell, Hector Santiago, Henry Rodriguez, Huston Street, In-Season Analysis, Javy Guerra, John Axford, Jordan Walden, Kenley Jansen, LA Dodgers, LAA Angels, Mark Melancon, Matt Thornton, Miami Marlins, New York Yankees, Oakland A's, Ryan Madson, Santiago Casilla, Sean Marshall, SF Giants, Toronto Blue Jays

Closer Daily Dish: Casilla, Bell, Guerra, Johnson

Closer Daily Dish: Casilla, Bell, Guerra, Johnson

  In tonight’s action I got to watch to of the hotter closers in baseball, Javy Guerra and Jim Johnson.  Both have been a welcome surprise to fantasy bullpens, especially with all the injury losses this season.  Javy Guerra was even doubted by many as to whether or not he would even be the closer for the Dodgers with Kenley Jansen wanting a crack at the job.  After five consecutive saves to open the season, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Chris Perez, Daily Dish, Heath Bell, Javy Guerra, Jim Johnson, Santiago Casilla