May 10, 2016; Bronx, NY, USA; Flames are projected on the scoreboards as New York Yankees relief pitcher Aroldis Chapman (54) warms up for the ninth inning against the Kansas City Royals at Yankee Stadium. Chapman recorded his first save with the Yankees and the Yankees defeated the Royals 10-7. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports


I know I’m cheating here because this isn’t technically a player, but closers are always drafted way too high in every draft.

There are very few closer who, year in and year out, you can depend on. Closers start going in rounds nine or 10 and for a one or two category player, that is way too high. Saves are very unpredictable and closers lose their job often during the long MLB season.

You can find good value closers late in the draft or during the year because of an injury or poor performance. Instead of being one of the first to draft a closer, just wait. Being the first to draft a closer is like being the first guy to draft a defense or kicker in fantasy football. Don’t be that guy. You can draft players such as

Don’t be that guy. You can draft players such as

You can draft players such as Aaron Sanchez, Miguel Sano and Gary Sanchez instead. Again, be patient for when it comes to drafting a closer this year.

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