The 2018 version of Kenley Jansen wasn’t the same version we saw in previous years. Not only did he lose a career-high five games, but he blew four saves, his 38 saves were his lowest since 2015 and his ERA of 3.01 was a career high. Furthermore, his FIP indicates that his 3.01 ERA was lucky, and he was more indicative of a pitcher with an ERA closer to four. Up until 2018, Jansen never posted a HR/9 above 1.03, but last year, it was 1.63. His K/9 dipped to a career low 10.30, which is still great, but not by Jansen’s standards. His BB/9 of 2.13 is far from horrible, but considering the fact that he was 0.92 last year and sub-1.45 each of the past three years, it’s a bit porous. The velocity dipped, which might be the biggest concern moving forward with Jansen, but some late season success fuels optimism for 2019. There have been no substantial setbacks following heart surgery in November, and Jansen has reclaimed his spot amongst the top tier of closers in fantasy baseball, but...