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At some point, closers became the most sought-after commodity in fantasy baseball.
Much like how the paparazzi are obsessed with anyone named Kardashian, fantasy owners seem to constantly be seeking anyone who can walk out to an imposing theme song, strike out three batters in the ninth and pick up that precious letter "S."
In fact, we've placed so much importance on closers that it occasionally causes a hoarder mentality. While everyone else is just trying to remain competitive across the pitching categories, you might have unintentionally ended up with a basement full of Brandon Leagues, Sean Marshalls and Brad Lidges—none of whom are actually even closers anymore.
While a staff of reliable relievers can help you win, there's little benefit in lapping your league in just one category. If you've got so many saves, there's a good chance you're significantly behind in wins, Ks and even ERA (since one blown save can turn a 2.75 ERA into a 27.50 one).
If you're in this position, it's time to cut ties with your least competent closers. I know you're attached, but just watch how much better you feel once you toss the first one.