Fantasy baseball Draft Strategies: Take a cheap option for a closer

Friday March 7th, 2014
Craig Kimbrel may be the No. 1 closer, but it's not worth drafting him with even a moderately high pick.
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Strategy 1. Draft a first baseman in the early rounds
Strategy 2. Wait until middle rounds to draft starting pitchers
Strategy 3. Take a cheap option for a closer

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