I like a good sandwich joint as much as the next guy, but it’s not usually my first choice for the mid-day meal. Something of the same can be said in fantasy baseball terms too. The last few years have seen a surge in sandwich guys, or set-up men, in baseball’s bullpens. The 2014 season really started the trend off as the Royals made it to within one run in Game 7 of winning the World Series on the back of their dominating bullpen. Set-up men can be key cogs to a successful fantasy baseball season as they can contribute across the board and often come cheaper than even the cheapest closers. So who are some of these unsung assets you may be wondering? Well lucky for you, I have put together a list, if you keep reading that is.

Ryan Dull (Athletics) came up briefly in 2015 with the A’s before really showing his wares in the 2016 campaign as the set-up man to Ryan Madson as he posted a 2.42 ERA, 0.87 WHIP, .209 BABIP, 8.84 K/9 rate and a 4.87 K/BB ratio. Madson looked good as the...

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