As I mentioned in the first installment of the 2014 Fantasy Baseball Closer Report, I’m a huge proponent of investing in top-tier closers. Grabbing yourself an eighth-round Greg Holland or Aroldis Chapman is a great way to supplement your strikeout totals and keep your ratios tight and balanced and, in truth, with the way so many undervalue the position, the cost really isn’t all that high. Seriously, how many guys who are at the top three at their position go in the eighth round?

But for those who still insist on shorting themselves at the position, or maybe for those of you who, like me, like to grab yourself a third closer heading into the season, there’s a very noticeable trend I’ve witnessed in the multitude of mock drafts I’ve already done. The top 10 closers tend to be off the board by the end of 10th or 11th round. The next 10 are gone by the 15th or 16th. After that, they are being left alone and suddenly there you are 23 rounds into your draft and there are still...

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