Bullpen Depth Charts: Relievers To Stream — 6/6

Which relievers might be in line to vulture a save or win today?

Welcome back to Relievers to Stream for Wins and Saves! This will bring you up-to-date bullpen depth charts every morning for the day’s games and makes for a great tool for those of you looking to stream saves or wins. This series runs seven days a week, so be sure to check in every morning to get your daily bullpen fix!




Schedule Notes

  • Only BOS, MIA, KC, LAA, CHC, and SD have games scheduled Monday, so most teams will have a day of rest for their bullpens coming up.
  • There are two potential stream options for those looking to add a win via a middle/long reliever. Cleveland has Cal Quantrill on the mound against the Orioles today, and the righty was only able to reach 60 pitches last time out. The Angels are also going with Patrick Sandoval in today’s game against the Mariners. He’s been able to go five innings in his last two starts but has yet to go over 84 pitches.






Yesterday’s Performances

  • Lucas Sims picked up his fifth save of the season yesterday and seems to have settled into the closer role in Cincinnati. Tejay Antone worked the eighth inning setting up Sims.
  • Diego Castillo worked a clean ninth, adding three K’s to earn his ninth save of the season. Pete Fairbanks pitched in the eighth to pick up his seventh hold. Just when we thought J.P. Feyereisen was pulling away with the closer role, the Rays go and Ray.


  • Connor Brogdon filled in for closer Héctor Neris who is out on paternity leave. Brogdon worked a clean inning while adding two K’s for his first save of the season.
  • Hansel Robles picked up a save for the Twins and appears to be the 1A in a closer committee with Taylor Rogers, who worked the eighth in this one.


  • Tyler Rogers on the other hand continues to see the bulk of the Giants save chances, and picked up a save yesterday despite allowing an unearned run. Jake McGee picked up a hold and has pitched better as of late but the job is still Rogers to lose.
  • The Braves got a clean save outing from Will Smith yesterday in which he struck out all three batters he faced. The Braves bullpen as a whole completely shut down the Dodgers lineup, as six different relievers combined for five innings of one hit and one walk ball.


  • Lou Trivino converted his eighth save of the year, allowing one hit and striking out one in Coors last night. He continues to be the favorite for saves in Oaklands closer committee with Jake Diekman.
  • Josh Hader tallied his 14th save of the season against the Diamondbacks in yesterday’s game. Devin Williams had a positive outing in this one, as he picked up the win working the eighth inning.


  • Both closers in the Pittsburgh/Miami game were charged with blown saves yesterday, although Richard Rodríguez’s outing was certainly worse. Yimi García allowed an unearned run while not even allowing a hit or a walk, so there’s not much to report there. Rodríguez allowed a run on two hits and a walk and has been shaky as of late allowing runs in three of his last four outings.
  • Matt Barnes came on for a one-out save yesterday, his 14th save of the season. After working a full inning on Friday, it will be interesting to see if Barnes is available Sunday night but Adam Ottavino could fill in if needed.



Bullpen Depth Charts

Rick Graham

Rick resides in the Boston area and has experience as a player and coach at the collegiate level. He has been covering relievers for Pitcher List since 2017.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Account / Login