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10 Closers To Sell or Stash (2021 Fantasy Baseball) | FantasyPros


stash?Kendall Graveman
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the Chicago Cubs
the National League Central
Chafin
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@EazyMath)Lucas Sims
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Reyes
K-BB
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The Minnesota Twins
Colome
@MarioMergola)Jake McGee
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Raisel Iglesias
Amir Garrett
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Lucas Sims
Lucas Babits-Feinerman
Reyes
Alex Reyes
Aroldis Chapman
Ryan Pressly
Zachary Silver
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Gabe Kapler
Tyler Rogers
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Summary

Who is your top closer to stash?Kendall Graveman (RP – SEA) Rafael Montero started the year as the closer for the Mariners, and he recorded two saves in five chances. Stash him before it’s too late since most fantasy managers need saves. Pagan was rumored to be first in line for the Padres’ closer role heading into the season, leading many fantasy managers rushing to the waiver wire to add him. It’s a longterm stash, but in deeper leagues, Chafin appears to have an inside track to eventual saves. Amir Garrett, the Reds new closer, has three career saves and compiled a 6.31 xFIP and a 0.75 K/BB ratio in four appearances this season. He was given the first crack at the role because of a stellar 2020 campaign, and although he’s yet to blow a save, it’s only a matter of time if he keeps pitching like he is. This is such a difficult question since many fantasy managers probably need saves desperately given closer injuries and struggles. Again, it’s difficult to trade away any saves at this point, so maybe the answer is just to hold on, and don’t move any closers compiling saves yet.

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