Fantasy Baseball Bullpen Report: September 10
Ryan Hallam breaks down the bullpen situations around the MLB and their impact on your fantasy football team.
We are getting to the end of this wild 60 game schedule and monitoring these bullpens has me looking for a nap, or a beer, or maybe both. The closer’s carousel has spun at a breakneck speed over the last seven weeks, and it hasn’t stopped even up to today. This week wasn’t as crazy as others have been, but there is still plenty of news to discuss. Let’s take a look at some good news, some decent news, and then some very bad news.
The Good News
Ken Giles ,Toronto Blue Jays
Out since early in the season with a forearm injury, Giles is set to return at any time. His manager has said that he won’t close games right away, but I’m sure that won’t last very long at all. If you are trolling for saves, now is the time to go grab him before someone in your league makes the move first. Anthony Bass filled in for him admirably, but was starting to get knocked around a little, and Rafael Dolis probably has the job at this point anyway. There isn’t much time left, but Giles should get...