Category Archives: Bullpen Banter

Searching For Saves: Three Candidates For Future Save Opportunities

by Steven Grindstaff Chasing pitchers who could be in line for saves in the future?  Here are a few names to consider who could easily see some opportunities at some point:   Vic Black – New York Mets The Mets … Continue reading

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Searching for Saves: If (Or When) Jose Valverde Falters, Who Could Emerge For The Mets?

by Ray Kuhn Raise your hand if when you were preparing for the upcoming fantasy baseball season, you thought Jose Valverde would have a save in the first week of the season. If you are one of the few that … Continue reading

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Waiver Worthy: Jonathan Broxton Named Closer, Becomes Must Add Option

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Jonathan Broxton has become a must own option for fantasy owners.  It’s just that simple.  John Fay of The Cincinnati Enquirer (click here for the article) has the following quote from Reds’ manager Bryan … Continue reading

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Closer News: Bobby Parnell Out With Partial MCL Tear, So Where Do The Mets Turn Now?

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Bobby Parnell has a partial tear of the MCL in his right elbow. Surgery possible. More coming on http://t.co/qUivSXw0q9. #Mets — Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) April 1, 2014 After watching him pitch yesterday, no one … Continue reading

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Searching For Saves: Is There Any Value In Houston’s Early Season Options?

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) The Houston Astros are set to enter the season with the dreaded “closer by committee”. Arguably their best option (Jesse Crain) will open the season on the DL, leaving an opportunity for others to … Continue reading

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Closer Conundrum: Who Is The Reliever To Target In Texas?

by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) There is a lot of uncertainty throughout the game in regards to closer situations, but one of the more wide-open battles has been in Texas. Let’s take a look at the candidates and who … Continue reading

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