Collette Calls: NL Closers in Waiting
Collette Calls: NL Closers in Waiting

This article is part of our Collette Calls series.

We mostly know the closers in the National League. We also know that closers lose their role 30-35 percent of the time year after year, so speculating on who might be next in line helps in-season, especially if you roster those guys in the end game or even the reserve rounds. Let's look at each of the team bullpens in the National League (AL was last week) to see who may be the guy based on skills. We'll include the current closer in ...

You've reached the end of our free article preview.

Want to Read More?
Subscribe to RotoWire to see the full article.

We reserve some of our best content for our paid subscribers. Plus, if you choose to subscribe you can discuss this article with the author and the rest of the RotoWire community.

Get Instant Access To This Article Get Access To This Article
Slack Community
Join Our Subscriber-Only MLB Chat on Slack
Chat with our writers and other RotoWire MLB fans on Slack for all the pre-game info and in-game banter. Send an email to support@rotowire.com for exclusive access.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jason Collette
Jason has been helping fantasy owners since 1999 at RotoJunkie, Fanball, Baseball Prospectus and now here at RotoWire. He covers the Tampa Bay Rays at theprocessreport.net. You can hear Jason weekly on many of the Sirius/XM Fantasy channel offerings throughout the season as well as on the Sleeper and the Bust podcast on iTunes. He was selected as the Fantasy Baseball Writer of the Year by FSWA in 2013.
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Gregorius Questionable for Remainder of the Year
Fantasy Baseball Injury Report: Gregorius Questionable for Remainder of the Year
DraftKings MLB: Monday Picks
DraftKings MLB: Monday Picks
Yahoo DFS Baseball: Monday Picks
Yahoo DFS Baseball: Monday Picks
FanDuel MLB: Monday Value Plays
FanDuel MLB: Monday Value Plays