Fantasy Baseball Closer Hot Seat: Heath Bell, Rafael Soriano, David Robertson, more

by Tim Heaney on May 11, 2012 @ 14:10:54 PDT

 


What are the odds that you still own the relief pitchers you rostered in your fantasy baseball draft? KFFL.com's Fantasy Baseball Closer Hot Seat series gives you no-nonsense ratings of performances, injuries and managerial decisions in MLB bullpens. Get your arm loose: Let's find fantasy baseball players in your rotisserie or head-to-head baseball league who'll get saves.

Mound meetings

With David Robertson unavailable, Rafael Soriano, who had pitched on each of the previous two days, closed the door for the New York Yankees despite allowing a leadoff single. Two groundouts and a flyout later, he allowed a run but had two left to spare. Expect Robertson to retake the lead, especially if he has a few solid outings to correct his Wednesday blemish, but Soriano should be owned, as well.

Other Thursday saviors

Jim Johnson (9), Orioles Came in with 2 on in 9th, yielded 3-run HR, but escaped
Henry Rodriguez (7), Nationals Adam LaRoche error on K-throwout try made it interesting, but clean otherwise
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