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Top 125 Saves+Holds Rankings for Fantasy Baseball Relief Pitchers (May Update)

Mason Miller - Fantasy Baseball Rankings, MLB Prospects, Draft Sleepers

Saves+Holds reliever ranks can be overlooked or left stale from an early offseason article in lieu of closer-focused coverage, but I'll be here monthly to bring my leaderboard for the season. Allow me, Nick Mariano, to do my namesake proud (my middle name isn't Rivera, sorry) and bring you the breakdown about fantasy baseball bullpens.

While the closer's role is important, an increasing number of managers are moving their best arm into a flexible role while shuffling who gets the ninth. Saves+Holds (or Solds, or SV+HLD) leagues help fantasy leagues reward the best arms regardless of the inning, though it still favors closers in a vacuum. Be sure to also check out our constantly updated fantasy baseball closers and saves depth charts.

Reminder: A hold is recorded when a relief pitcher enters with a lead of three runs or less, or with the tying run on deck, at the plate, or on base, and maintains that lead while recording at least one out. Read on and you'll see where I rank each player, what tier they're in, and then a team-by-team bullpen breakdown. While I look for pitchers used in high-leverage situations, this is also about how good the arm is and how efficient their K/9 works for many of you.

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2024 Saves+Holds Rankings - Mixed Leagues (May Update)

Rankings as of May 23

Rank Tier Player Team Lg
1 1 Emmanuel Clase CLE AL
2 1 Andres Munoz SEA AL
3 1 Ryan Helsley STL NL
4 1 Mason Miller OAK AL
5 1 Josh Hader HOU AL
7 1 Clay Holmes NYY AL
6 2 Jhoan Duran MIN AL
8 2 Craig Kimbrel BAL AL
9 2 Camilo Doval SF NL
10 2 Robert Suarez SD NL
11 2 Pete Fairbanks TB AL
12 2 Raisel Iglesias ATL NL
13 2 Jose Alvarado PHI NL
14 2 Paul Sewald ARI NL
15 3 David Bednar PIT NL
16 3 Trevor Megill MIL NL
17 3 Jordan Romano TOR AL
18 3 Jeff Hoffman PHI NL
19 3 Tanner Scott MIA NL
20 3 Griffin Jax MIN AL
21 3 Jason Adam TB AL
22 3 James McArthur KC AL
23 3 Michael Kopech CWS AL
24 3 Hunter Harvey WAS NL
25 3 JoJo Romero STL NL
26 4 A.J. Minter ATL NL
27 4 Kirby Yates TEX AL
28 4 Reed Garrett NYM NL
29 4 Yennier Cano BAL AL
30 4 Kenley Jansen BOS AL
31 4 Bryan Abreu HOU AL
32 4 David Robertson TEX AL
33 4 Jason Foley DET AL
34 4 Lucas Erceg OAK AL
35 4 Matt Strahm PHI NL
37 4 Andrew Kittredge STL NL
38 5 Bryan Hudson MIL NL
36 5 Kyle Finnegan WAS NL
39 5 Adam Ottavino NYM NL
40 5 Edwin Diaz NYM NL
41 5 Yimi Garcia TOR AL
42 5 Alexis Diaz CIN NL
43 5 Carlos Estevez LAA AL
44 5 Austin Adams OAK AL
45 5 Garrett Cleavinger TB AL
46 5 Luke Weaver NYY AL
47 5 John Schreiber KC AL
48 5 Daniel Hudson LAD NL
49 5 Scott Barlow CLE AL
50 6 Danny Coulombe BAL AL
51 6 Orion Kerkering PHI NL
52 6 Chris Martin BOS AL
53 6 Kevin Ginkel ARI NL
54 6 Luis Garcia (RP) LAA AL
55 6 Joe Jimenez ATL NL
56 6 Fernando Cruz CIN NL
57 6 Hector Neris CHC NL
58 6 Blake Treinen LAD NL
59 6 Phil Maton TB AL
60 6 A.J. Puk MIA NL
61 6 Pierce Johnson ATL NL
62 6 Ryne Stanek SEA AL
63 6 Tyler Rogers SF NL
64 6 Aroldis Chapman PIT NL
65 6 Hunter Gaddis CLE AL
66 6 Wandy Peralta SD NL
67 6 Colin Holderman PIT NL
69 7 Angel Zerpa KC AL
68 7 Rafael Montero HOU AL
70 7 Mark Leiter Jr. CHC NL
71 7 Ryan Pressly HOU AL
72 7 Adam Cimber LAA AL
73 7 Tommy Kahnle NYY AL
74 7 Taylor Rogers SF NL
75 7 Jordan Leasure CWS AL
76 7 Alex Vesia LAD NL
77 7 Joel Payamps MIL NL
78 7 Caleb Thielbar MIN AL
79 7 Nick Burdi NYY AL
80 7 Ryan Walker SF NL
81 7 Erik Miller SF NL
82 7 Jeremiah Estrada SD NL
83 7 Justin Slaten BOS AL
84 8 Elvis Peguero MIL NL
85 8 Kevin Kelly TB AL
86 8 Yuki Matsui SD NL
87 8 Gregory Soto PHI NL
88 8 Andrew Chafin DET AL
89 8 Michael Grove LAD NL
90 8 Ian Hamilton NYY AL
91 8 Hoby Milner MIL NL
92 8 Enyel De Los Santos SD NL
93 8 Hunter Strickland LAA AL
94 8 Jake Diekman NYM NL
95 8 Andrew Nardi MIA NL
96 8 Cole Sands MIN AL
97 8 Lucas Sims CIN NL
98 9 Gabe Speier SEA AL
99 9 Nick Sandlin CLE AL
100 9 Jacob Webb BAL AL
101 9 Steven Wilson CWS AL
102 9 Shawn Armstrong TB AL
103 9 Jorge Lopez NYM NL
104 9 John Brebbia CWS AL
105 9 Trevor Richards TOR AL
106 9 Ryan Thompson ARI NL
107 9 Dylan Lee ATL NL
108 9 Cade Smith CLE AL
109 10 Jose Leclerc TEX AL
110 10 Hunter Stratton PIT NL
111 10 Jalen Beeks COL NL
112 10 Anthony Bender MIA NL
113 10 Jacob Latz TEX AL
114 10 Matt Moore LAA AL
115 10 Tim Herrin CLE AL
116 10 Calvin Faucher MIA NL
117 10 Trent Thornton SEA AL
118 10 Alex Faedo DET AL
119 10 Sean Reid-Foley NYM NL
120 10 Dylan Floro WAS NL
121 10 Chris Stratton KC AL
122 10 Caleb Ferguson NYY AL
123 10 Seth Martinez HOU AL
124 10 Tim Mayza TOR AL
125 10 Seranthony Dominguez PHI NL

Team-by-Team Saves+Holds Rankings Analysis

Arizona: Paul Sewald’s start to 2024 was delayed by a Grade 2 oblique strain but he’s showing no signs of rust upon returning (6 IP, 3 SV, 6 K, 1.50 ERA, 0.67 WHIP). Kevin Ginkel notched six solds while Sewald was out, but a poor 4.66 ERA/1.34 WHIP and sub 9.0 K/9 dampened his appeal.

The 3.55 FIP and 3.48 SIERA give hope, but there isn’t much separating Ginkel from Ryan Thompson beyond the potential we know lurks. Outside of them, Justin Martinez has some upside due to higher Ks but his sold opportunities are low.

Atlanta: Raisel Iglesias has done well enough, converting 12 saves in just under two months for an underperforming Braves team. All looks well except 14 Ks in 19 ⅓ IP, yielding a 6.52 K/9 and ~16% K rate. The K rate is usually around 30%, but whiffs are down on the changeup, four-seamer, and sinker. Hold steady! A.J. Minter, Joe Jimenez, and Pierce Johnson are all plus options in solds leagues behind Iggy. Atlanta’s offense should turn it around and provide more opportunities for all this summer.

Baltimore: Craig Kimbrel is back in the closer’s role after a brief reset demotion and remains in my circle of trust. Yennier Cano, Jacob Webb, and Danny Coulombe have combined for five saves and 23 holds behind Kimbrel, though none offer particularly enticing K rates.

Boston: The Red Sox are still scrapping after a hot start and may retain Kenley Jansen beyond the trade deadline. Jansen hasn’t had a back flare-up in a while and has eight saves with 21 strikeouts in 16 ⅔ IP. Chris Martin remains the most stable/reliable option behind Jansen, though he only has six holds through 19 ⅓ IP to go with his typically strong ratios. Justin Slaten has cooled off and needs to continue adjusting to MLB hitters after his initial success.

Chicago (AL): Michael Kopech still has intermittent command woes and inflated pitch counts, but the upside is clear. His 145 Stuff+ tally is outstanding and has fueled 32 strikeouts in 22 ⅔ IP. The White Sox don’t generate many leads but perhaps a midseason trade is in Kopech’s future. Any destination tied to a buying team would have to be better.

Jordan Leasure quietly leads the team in solds (nine) with a solid 2.29 ERA, though the 4.20 SIERA is less exciting. John Brebbia is on the flip side, sporting a 5.52 ERA with a 2.68 SIERA. Michael Soroka could be a useful long-relief plug and make a Kopech-like ascension given the early results out of the ‘pen (6 ⅓ IP, 0 ER, 10 K).

Chicago (NL): The Cubs have shut down Adbert Alzolay for two weeks but several of you likely dropped him before the injury. His 4.67 ERA has a nasty 7.34 FIP behind it and his meager 6.8 K/9 wasn’t covering up the blemishes. Mark Leiter Jr. is their best bullpen arm and is the best for solds, but Hector Neris has walked a tightrope as the interim closer.

Despite a 1.56 WHIP and 5.31 SIERA, Neris has six saves and four wins next to a 2.50 ERA. Sell high if possible. Tyson Miller and Ben Brown are enticing but don’t get consistent hold opps.

Cincinnati: This is messy. Both Diaz’s are in trouble, with Alexis rocking a 6.62 ERA/1.64 WHIP with peripherals near 5.00 through 17 ⅔ IP. He has eight saves and a strikeout per inning but has a 7:8 K:BB in May (13:6 in April). He must regain command.

“Luckily,” he has no one pushing him. Emilio Pagan just hit the IL. Fernando Cruz could step in with his electrifying 17.0 K/9 but has a 13% walk rate himself. Lucas Sims has the best stuff (131 Stuff+) and prior closing experience. Cruz and his big Ks are closer to Diaz in this format than most would suspect.

Cleveland: Emmanuel Clase continues to laugh in the face of fears over his large workload since 2021. He’s thrown ~70-plus IP in three straight seasons and it seemed like wear and tear was coming in 2023 with a 3.22 ERA (good for most, bad for Clase!), 12 blown saves, and a 21% K rate. But he has come out swinging with a 0.36 ERA, 27% K rate, and 15 saves through 26 games in ‘24.

The question will be how well he holds up down the stretch, with risk-averse folks perhaps opting to sell high this summer. Scott Barlow, Hunter Gaddis, and Cade Smith are also doing well, with Sam Hentges, Nick Sandlin, and Tim Herrin also worth rostering with WHIPs under 1.00! Cleveland’s bullpen is a tour de force, even without Eli Morgan and James Karinchak.

Colorado: Just don’t. Jalen Beeks has overtaken Justin Lawrence as the stopper but no one is reliable, no one is providing ample strikeouts, and almost all of their top relievers have walk rates above 10%. Just don’t.

Detroit: Alex Lange was just demoted following a 19% walk rate and inconsistent command. Jason Foley is the top dog but his appeal has faded after that early power sinker topping 100 mph has crept back down into the mid-90s. Andrew Chafin won’t help your WHIP but is the next best bet for solds.

Alex Faedo, Tyler Holton, and Will Vest all have decent ratios but underwhelming sold tallies (2-3 each). Shelby Miller started hot, then faded, and is currently on the IL. Foley, and to a lesser extent Chafin, are the only ones on most sold radars for now.

Houston: The power bullpen has underperformed thus far, as has most of Houston. Josh Hader’s early ERA balloon is rightfully coming down toward his 2.36 FIP/2.10 SIERA, with multi-inning games helping stabilize the noise. But he only has six saves and most fantasy teams thought they were buying more!

Bryan Abreu still has plus Ks (32.7%) but the 1.34 WHIP isn’t great. Ryan Pressly is borderline unplayable with his 1.64 WHIP. Rafael Montero has done well but has a suspicious 5.58 FIP underneath the 3.32 ERA.

Kansas City: William Smith quickly stumbled down the leverage ladder, going from closer to fifth or sixth in the pecking order. James McArthur and John Schreiber have been fantastic, with Angel Zerpa coming on of late, too. McArthur had a rough stretch of “dirty saves” with a run scoring, but watching him pitch gives off the 2.65 SIERA more than the 4.15 ERA.

L.A. Angels: Dreams of the Robert Stephenson takeover were sidelined by injury, but Carlos Estevez is still on shaky ground. Estevez, who blames some of his struggles on the erratic schedule between appearances, got the dreaded “vote of confidence” from Ron Washington earlier this week.

To Estevez’s credit, walks are down (4.5%) but the mistakes get walloped. Hitters have doubled the Barrels/PA rate against him compared to 2023. His ground-ball rate has gone from the usual 30-45% to 20%. Luis Garcia isn’t a great pivot, but he has eight solds (three saves, five holds) while Hunter Strickland has also gotten buzz as a closer alternative. Other hold sources are Adam Cimber (seven) and Matt Moore (eight), with Cimber’s ratios being preferable.

L.A. Dodgers: Evan Phillips should be back soon and continue as a top-10 RP in the game. The Dodgers win so dang often that their key relievers are an easy source of solds. Daniel Hudson has 11 with pristine ratios, while Blake Treinen has yet to give up an earned run since coming off of the IL.

Joe Kelly had nine holds in 13 ⅓ IP before his shoulder strain, which Dave Roberts called a “sore shoulder.” Brusdar Graterol will return down the road, but Phillips, Hudson, and Treinen are the big three, with Alex Vesia and Michael Grove also earning a mention.

Miami: Tanner Scott emerged from his early control woes to be a sturdy option for fantasy teams in May. He may get dealt by a retooling Miami squad but should operate in the late frames wherever he lands. The A.J. Puk rotation experiment went down in flames but he’ll look to rediscover last year’s bullpen spark, though early returns aren’t promising. Andrew Nardi and Anthony Bender each have five holds and ugly ratios with sharper FIP/SIERA’s.

Milwaukee: Devin Williams is targeting late July for a return from his back injury. In the meantime, Trevor Megill is that dude and delivering on his 2023/preseason potential. Abner Uribe looked like the next big thing until he wasn’t, with a suspension-demotion combo sending him to the fantasy shadow realm.

Joel Payamps and Elvis Peguero are nice ancillary pieces still, but Bryan Hudson is the standout behind Megill. Hudson has seven holds with a 0.68 ERA/0.76 WHIP and a 31.6% strikeout rate in 26 frames. That’ll do!

Minnesota: Jhoan Duran hasn’t yet found his stride. He’s not bad but a 50% hard-hit rate against and 26.3% strikeout rate is not what we’re accustomed to seeing (usually ~35% HH, 33% K rates). Give the guy a chance to settle in! Griffin Jax is rolling with 12 solds and a sub-one WHIP.

Brock Stewart has right shoulder tendinitis but his 0.68 ERA and 32.7% K rate await the patient. Caleb Thielbar and Cole Sands are the next tier in Minny. Thielbar’s 2.96 FIP and Sands’ 2.39 SIERA provide hope beyond the small-sample surface ERAs.

New York (AL): Clay Holmes was recently done dirty by the BABIP gods but that sinker is locked in. His 13 saves come with over a strikeout per inning and a healthy 1.74 ERA. Luke Weaver has emerged as another of Matt Blake’s success stories, posting a 0.66 WHIP with a 30% strikeout rate in 30 IP. Tommy Kahnle just came off the IL and should immediately enter high-leverage spots with that devastating changeup. Nick Burdi, Caleb Ferguson, and Ian Hamilton (COVID-19 IL) are also worth a look.

New York (NL): Edwin Diaz had been shaky in games following an appearance on the previous night, with B2B assignments wearing him down after missing a year. But late the wheels came off more and he’s been demoted in low-leverage spots to reset, though his 2.40 SIERA offers long-term hope.

Reed Garrett has been an amazing find with his 40% K rate, five wins, and six solds. Adam Ottavino has a lower ceiling but has shown good control alongside the 34% K rate. Jorge Lopez is next after that in terms of interest. Sean Reid-Foley could garner more interest with plus ratios and a 33.3% K rate if the walks can settle and he earns more late looks.

Oakland: Mason Miller. Mason Miller. Mason. Miller. Yes, Colorado of all teams got to him on Thursday, but the fireballer is allowed to be human. He entered that game with a nearly 50% K-BB rate and a -0.16 FIP (!), with Oakland’s lack of save opps being the biggest weakness. Let’s hope durability holds given his track record. Lucas Erceg and Austin Adams have 20 solds combined and boast strikeout rates around 32%, making each worthy of solds love.

Philadelphia: Jose Alvarado shrugged off early control problems to post an 11-game walkless stretch (which was snapped on Thursday). His numbers are a step back from 2023, with his 25% K rate a far cry from the 37% marks of ‘23 and ‘22, but 12 solds this early is just dandy. Jeff Hoffman has been a better pitcher with ratios and whiffs, posting a 117+ to Alvarado’s 93.

Matt Strahm has a comical 0.52 FIP/40% K rate with a trio of wins and five holds. Orion Kerkering has been as advertised with preseason hype but only has two holds in ~15 IP. The leverage ladder is extremely deep (tall?) here. Gregory Soto has six solds but poor ratios and an inflated 13% walk rate. Seranthony Dominguez has not rebounded in ‘24 and Spencer Turnbull’s rotation success has not yet translated to the bullpen.

Pittsburgh: David Bednar turned in a 1-2-3 frame on Thursday to lower his ERA to *gulp* 7.08 through 20 innings. The 29-year-old still has 10 saves and three wins after a tumultuous April. The 2.61 ERA through 10 May innings is easier to digest.

Aroldis Chapman has 11 solds, yet the 30:20 K:BB in 16 innings illustrates the double-edged sword. It’s tough to absorb a WHIP sniffing 2.00, but a 30-sold pace with robust Ks must be respected. Colin Holderman and Hunter Stratton are solid middle-relief arms but only have five solds, so the needle doesn’t move much.

San Diego: Robert Suarez trimmed his ERA to 0.40 as he picked up his 14th save on Thursday. We’re seeing more of the pitcher who dominated in 2022 with a K-BB rate of around 21% compared to 13% in ‘23. You might laugh at his .173 BABIP and it is low, but he owns a career .204 BABIP in about 100 MLB IP.

Wandy Peralta, Enyel De Los Santos, and Yuki Matsui are nice complementary pieces, while Jeremiah Estrada is beginning to erupt. He struck out five in two innings on Thursday to pick up the win and has a 20:4 K:BB in 13 ⅔ IP. Bring on the solds (please).

San Francisco: Camilo Doval is holding onto a top slot with a 2.75 ERA and 30% K rate, but walks are an issue. After posting a walk rate of 9.3% last season, that mark is up to 16.1% through ~20 IP in ‘24. However, his ground-ball rate has also jumped from 52% to 70%. He should sort this out but walk rates that high are always cause for concern. Tyler Rogers, Ryan Walker, and Erik Miller have 7-8 holds apiece, with Walker’s FIP and SIERA sitting under 2.00!

Seattle: Andres Munoz didn’t record his third save of 2024 until April 25, posting five solds nearly a month into the season. He’s ripped off eight saves since then, pushing Ryne Stanek back into the setup role following two early saves. Each have double-digit solds, though Stanek’s 1.44 WHIP and 20% K rate are far less enticing (duh).

With Matt Brash done for the year and Gregory Santos yet to debut for Seattle, Trent Thornton and Gabe Speier are the other two worth mentioning here. But really this is the Munoz show and that’s the bottom line.

St. Louis: Remember when Ryan Helsley’s diminished velocity in spring training caused a stir? No, me either. He’s a stud, he’s crushing it, sit back and enjoy. The news from The Lou is how JoJo Romero and Andrew Kittredge have stepped up with Giovanny Gallegos out. Romero and Kittredge have 17 and 14 respective holds, with WHIPs below one and strikeout rates north of 27%. All three have earned their place inside the top 40.

Tampa Bay: This won’t be the year where Pete Fairbanks stays completely healthy, but the brief IL stint may have been a necessary reboot after early command woes plagued him. The 30-year-old has allowed zero baserunners in five innings since returning on May 11. Jason Adam remains a reliable solds monster. While Colin Poche scuffled before landing on the IL, Tampa has Garrett Cleavinger, Phil Maton, and Kevin Kelly to round out the ranks.

Texas: Thank goodness the defending champs signed David Robertson and Kirby Yates, huh? Jose Leclerc’s command evaporated early on and they quickly lost Josh Sborz and Brock Burke to the IL. D-Rob and Yates are strong pieces and Jacob Latz has emerged as a decent high-leverage southpaw for those in deep waters. Robertson has a slight edge in Ks, sabermetrics, and solds as the “fireman” vs. Yates being the closer.

Toronto: Jordan Romano missed the first few weeks of 2024 due to right elbow inflammation and has given up a run in five of 12 games since returning. The .303 xBA and 51.4% hard-hit rate are fueling the 5.95 xERA on Statcast, but small samples can be fickle. Erik Swanson was the No. 2 in preseason but he also opened the year hurt and has been struggling worse than Romano.

Chad Green had four solds early before a shoulder injury sent him to the IL, though he’s likely back soon. Yimi Garcia has been their best, leading the team with 10 solds, a 35% K rate, and an elite 0.47 ERA/0.58 WHIP.

Washington: Preseason buzz had Hunter Harvey eclipsing Kyle Finnegan as Washington’s closer in short order, but Finnegan has eluded most danger even as Harvey impresses. Finnegan has a 4.82 FIP behind the 1.89 ERA and a middling 10% K-BB rate. Compare that to Harvey’s 2.22 FIP and 23% K-BB mark and the result feels inevitable.

Luckily, sold formats allow for us to properly value Harvey (14 holds) over Finnegan (13 saves). Dylan Floro has five solds behind them but a small 18.5% K rate bogs down the 0.38 ERA through 24 IP.

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Looking To Stop The Bleeding At Travelers Championship
Matt Fitzpatrick4 days ago

Looking For Consistency In Connecticut
George Kittle5 days ago

Recovered, Back On Field
Gardner Minshew II5 days ago

No Front-Runner Yet Between Aidan O'Connell, Gardner Minshew II
Brandin Cooks5 days ago

Dak Prescott, Brandin Cooks Elevate Their Rapport
Sepp Straka5 days ago

In Excellent Form For Travelers Championship
Brian Harman5 days ago

Finding Consistency Before Travelers Championship
Sahith Theegala5 days ago

Playing Well Heading To Travelers Championship
Matthew Stafford5 days ago

Wants More Guaranteed Money
Viktor Hovland5 days ago

Looks To Right The Ship At Travelers Championship
Scottie Scheffler5 days ago

Looking To Bounce Back At Travelers Championship
Justin Thomas5 days ago

Looking To Bounce Back At Travelers Championship
Scott Perunovich5 days ago

Earns One-Year Extension From Blues
Sam Burns5 days ago

A Flighty Pick For Travelers Championship
Filip Hronek5 days ago

Signs $58 Million Deal With Canucks
Barclay Goodrow5 days ago

Waived By Rangers
Collin Morikawa5 days ago

Looks To Improve On History At Travelers Championship
PGA5 days ago

Sungjae Im Has Been Thriving At Non-Major Events
Corey Conners5 days ago

Finding His Short Game
Tony Finau5 days ago

Brings Great Form To Travelers
Patrick Cantlay5 days ago

Looks For Ninth Career Win In Connecticut
Kirk Cousins5 days ago

Confident He'll Be Full-Go For Training Camp
Tom Kim5 days ago

Striking The Ball Well Ahead Of Travelers
Ludvig Aberg5 days ago

Seeks Second Tour Victory At Travelers
Tommy Fleetwood5 days ago

Lacks Upside At TPC River Highlands
Russell Henley5 days ago

An Intriguing Option At Travelers
Shane Lowry5 days ago

Be Wary Of Shane Lowry At Travelers Championship
Si Woo Kim5 days ago

Still Trying To Putt Consistently
Amari Cooper6 days ago

Andrew Berry: Amari Cooper "A Big Part Of Our Team"
Deshaun Watson6 days ago

"Really Actually Ahead Of Schedule"
Ladd McConkey6 days ago

Signs Rookie Deal




Sam Howell - Fantasy Football Rankings, DFS Lineup Picks, NFL Injury News

Fantasy Football Quarterback Sleepers in Superflex Dynasty Leagues

Rookie draft season is in full swing for fantasy football dynasty leagues as minicamps begin across the league. In Superflex dynasty leagues, no position is more important than quarterback. If your team is anywhere close to competing, you should always aim to have three capable quarterbacks ready to roll. Acquiring a quarterback is not an... Read More

Taysom Hill - Fantasy Football Rankings, Waiver Wire Pickups, Draft Sleepers

Fantasy Football Late-Round Tight End Sleepers You Must Have in 2024

2024 may finally change course and the way we look at tight ends for fantasy football. In 2023, we saw 11 players average double-digit fantasy points at the position, compared to eight the year prior. Yes, we may no longer have WR1-level production from Travis Kelce, but an influx of talent and production has leveled... Read More

Drake Maye - Fantasy Football Rankings, College FB, QB, NFL Draft Sleepers

2024 FFPC Dynasty Startup Rookie ADP Analysis

Fantasy football season is gearing up, and it's never too early to dive into those Average Draft Position (ADP) reports. The sharks in high-stakes leagues are already circling in the Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC) waters, crafting their seasonal strategies. In this breakdown, I’m zeroing in on some fresh ADP trends for rookies in their... Read More

Devin Singletary - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

New York Giants RBs Fantasy Football Outlook For 2024

The New York Giants are one of many teams whose backfield will look much different when the 2024 season begins. Longtime starting back Saquon Barkley departed in free agency after signing a new deal with the division-rival Philadelphia Eagles. As a result, the Giants signed former Buffalo Bills’ and Houston Texans’ running back Devin Singletary... Read More

Video: The Worst Current Draft Values at Running Back and Wide Receiver

We're already busy prepping for the upcoming fantasy football season here at RotoBaller! With early best ball drafts underway, it's time to dive into the ADP of some notable fantasy football players for the 2024 campaign. RotoBaller's David Rispoli digs into two players that might be the worst values in early 2024 fantasy football drafts.... Read More

On The Hot Seat? Five NFL Head Coaches Facing Make-Or-Break Seasons In 2024

With big-name free agents signed and the NFL Draft in the rearview, it's time to start turning our attention to the upcoming 2024 NFL season. This offseason was a banner year for NFL head coaching hires, as the market was flooded with both openings and strong, intriguing candidates. With the dust finally settled, eight NFL... Read More

Nico Collins - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

Dynasty Players To Sell for 2024 Fantasy Football (Premium Content)

Dynasty fantasy football managers are used to being engaged in their leagues all year long, but it can be easy to get tunnel vision when a player succeeded for you last year or is trending up the following season. The offseason is all about knowing who to buy and who to sell before "the results"... Read More

Kyler Murray - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

2024 Superflex Rankings for Fantasy Football Drafts: Kyler Murray, Jayden Daniels, Aaron Rodgers, D'Andre Swift, Zay Flowers, Dalton Kincaid

Hey, RotoBallers! We are back with more fantasy football rankings to help prepare you for your upcoming drafts! Today, we will review our NFL team's superflex rankings. For those unfamiliar with superflex leagues, they are a format that allows you to start a quarterback in the flex position but does not require you to. Quarterbacks... Read More

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IDP Rankings for 2024 Fantasy Football Drafts (Individual Defensive Players) - Nick Bosa, Matthew Judon, Ivan Pace Jr., Laiatu Latu, more

Welcome back, RotoBallers, to more fantasy football rankings. It's an exciting time, as training camps for all NFL teams will kick off in 30 days. Today, we will review our NFL team's updated 2024 fantasy football IDP rankings (top 100) for IDP formats. IDP league formats have been gaining popularity recently and offer a different... Read More

Jacob Cowing - CFB DFS Lineup Picks, Daily Fantasy College Football, NFL Draft Rookie - icon rotoballer

Fantasy Football Rookie Spotlight: Jacob Cowing

The San Francisco 49ers used a fourth-round pick on wide receiver Jacob Cowing, who began his college career at UTEP before spending his final two seasons with the Arizona Wildcats. Can the 5-foot-8 wideout find a role with the 49ers? What kind of fantasy football value does Cowing have heading into his rookie season? Below,... Read More

Evan Engram - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Undervalued Fantasy Football Tight Ends to Target in PPR Leagues

It is important to know the difference between PPR (points per reception) and standard scoring leagues (no points per reception) when deciding to take a tight end in your 2024 fantasy football drafts. While standard leagues concentrate primarily on yards and touchdowns, PPR leagues have an extra reward for receptions. Tight ends who are continually... Read More

Tua Tagovailoa - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

One-Hit Wonder? Recent Fantasy Football Breakouts to Sell in 2024 Dynasty Leagues

There’s nothing more fun than watching a player have a breakout season on your dynasty fantasy football team. It can be the ace in the hole needed to capture that elusive dynasty championship. While we have seen breakout performances launch players into superstardom, there are also times when they fizzle out after a banner year.... Read More

Trey Benson - Fantasy Football Rankings, College FB, RB, NFL Draft Sleepers, Rookies

Three Fantasy Football Rookies To Target In 2024 FFPC Best Ball Drafts

While we aren't yet close to the traditional draft season for fantasy football redraft leagues, June is here, which means best ball drafts are shifting into high gear. Several fantasy football sites have already released their flagship contests, including one of the most popular sites in the game: Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC). If you... Read More