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Teams with shaky closer situations

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Hi, my team signed a 7 million 35 year old off tommy john surgery to close this year and he can't go on back to back. Behind him are a boatload of setup guys that can't seem to overcome the mental hurdle of the 9th inning.

This is going to really hurt my liver this year. :banned: :banned: :banned: :banned:

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Hi, my team signed a 7 million 35 year old off tommy john surgery to close this year and he can't go on back to back. Behind him are a boatload of setup guys that can't seem to overcome the mental hurdle of the 9th inning.This is going to really hurt my liver this year. :banned: :banned: :banned: :banned:

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Rangers fans generally don't have much to complain about :shrug:

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Ogando could step right in. Only a matter of time.

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Not shakey, but I watched Kenley Jansen throw the 8th for the dodgers last night. Man that kid is fun to watch.

Who has a closer they feel good about right now? Valverde already blew a save, I think Paplebon did too? Rivera is the obvious choice, but he blew one, although he's still about as close to a sure thing you can get. Maybe Milwaukee has best case?

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