Closers—if you're a fantasy baseball player like me, they're the players you love to hate. Other than a few elite guys, many of the closers drafted before the season will lose the job at some point or another. That's the bad news.
The good news? Whenever one closer loses his job another steps in to take his place. That leaves the door open for savvy fantasy players to get saves simply by staying on top of the waiver wire. Here, I'll break down each team's closer situation to help you when you're dumpster diving into the depths of relief pitchers.