The fantasy baseball tiers for closers tend to be a little bit thinner with very few consistent options for saves from year-to-year. We already know going into the season that more than 30% of the closers are going to lose their job at some point during the season. In 2013, we also seem to have a higher number of first time closers than in recent years which makes quantity over quality the theme of day in fantasy bullpens.
Here is a look at the 2013 fantasy baseball tiers for closers.
There is a decent sized gap between Kimbrel and the next closer on the list given Kimbrel strikes out more batters than some 4th and 5th starters do.
Perez, Janssen and Balfour have all been nicked up this spring. If healthy, I would move Janssen and Balfour up one tier and Perez up two.
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2013 Fantasy Baseball Tiers for Closers – Craig Kimbrel Sits on Top is a post from: Fantasy Baseball Tools