The final piece of our 2014 Fantasy Baseball rankings is complete and below are XN’s full relief pitcher rankings.
Aside from just projections and rankings, we’ve included some useful draft advice throughout the posts. For more fantasy goodness, be sure to check out some the rest of the position projections and rankings.
Then click over to the second half of our pitcher projections and take a look at the risk-reward that goes along with drafting a hit-or-miss second-year pitcher like Alex Wood, Chris Archer, or Zack Wheeler.
Take a look at our full rankings for our No. 1 to No. 45 and No. 46 to No. 95 ranked starting pitchers to find some risky pitchers to avoid and undervalued starters that can be had later in the draft instead.
Check out our full outfield projections and see which outfielders you should avoid in your coming draft and some late-round picks that can help round out your weaker categories.
If you’re looking for later-round help, take a look at our projections for our No. 46-90 ranked outfielders to find some steals in the second half of drafts and what categories they can help you with.
For a better look at how our outfield rankings break down, head over to our top 50 outfielder rankings to see how each tier provides a different set of risk/reward and category combinations.
Now, let’s take a look our fantasy baseball 2014 relief pitcher rankings. Stay tuned for a full fantasy baseball draft guide coming this weekend.