Fantasy Baseball Bullpen Report: August 6
Ryan Hallam goes around the league, highlighting bullpens of note and potential closers to add to your fantasy baseball rosters.
We should just start calling this the bad news article. We knew that 2020 was going to be a fantasy baseball season like no other, but I don’t know that we could have predicted this. And for bullpens it has been even worse than for starters and hitters. The closer’s grid from two weeks ago when the season started is completely on fire. It has been torn up, put through a shredder, and then lit on fire. I could make the entire closer’s grid (updated below) red for situations unclear and it would be pretty accurate. With that being said, let’s take a look at what is going on around the league, and how you should handle each situation.
The only news that didn’t fit into any category below is in Boston. Brandon Workman came into a 5-0 game on Wednesday, and you might think why did they bring him into a non-save situation? Well, he hadn’t pitched in nearly a week, so it was getting him work. He pitched great, striking out three. He has a lock on the job as of now.
The Bad News