Ignoring a category is often a good strategy.
On multiple occasions, Iíve avoided paying for saves on draft day with the hope of getting a talented setup man on the brink of taking over the ninth inning, or thinking that I will win the FAAB lottery early in the year and address the category through the waiver wire. The problem with that approach is the loss of valuable resources if you end up spending one-third of your waiver-wire budget on a closer who is given the role soon after the season begins. Ideally, you end up a week or two ahead of the job change and spend 1-3% of the budget speculating on the next-in-line arm when a bullpen situation appears primed for a change.
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