Fantasy Baseball Relief Pitcher Rankings – 3/30/24 Depth Chart

Breakdowns of key bullpen usage from yesterday's slate of games.

Welcome back to the latest edition of our Reliever Ranks series! This will bring you up-to-date bullpen depth charts every morning for the day’s games and makes for an excellent tool for those looking to stream saves or wins. This series runs seven days a week, so check in every morning to get your daily bullpen fix!




Transaction and Schedule Notes


  • The San Francisco Giants placed RHP Luke Jackson on the 15-day injured list with a lower back strain.
  • We finally get our first full slate of games today! Not a ton of upside relievers to stream for wins here, but if you are feeling lucky, perhaps Luis Frías could get a look behind Tommy Henry.


Yesterday’s Performances

MIL 3 – NYM 1

HD: Trevor Megill (1), Joel Payamps (1)

SV: Abner Uribe (1)

  • We got a glimpse at how the Brewers late-inning bullpen will shake out yesterday, with Trevor Megill facing the meat of the order in the 7th (2-3-4 hitters), Joel Payamps working the 8th against the bottom of the order, and Abner Uribe closing things out in the 9th against the 9-1-2 hitters. Nothing changes for me after this outing, as it looks like Megill is who they will trust in the toughest spots late in games, with Uribe being next in line.


ATL 9 – PHI 3

L: José Alvarado (1)

  • José Alvarado had a season debut to forget, allowing 5 ER on 3 hits and 2 walks while getting only two outs in the 8th inning of a tie game. There was some bad luck involved (and Connor Brogdon didn’t help) but Alvarado’s control was an issue in this one. It’s one game and there’s no reason to rage drop him right now, but it could be something to monitor if he struggles next week as well.
  • On the flip side, A.J. Minter was warming up for a potential hold opportunity in the 8th and wound up still entering the game for an inning. If there was any speculation he wouldn’t be the 8th inning guy in front of Raisel Iglesias this year, I think today helps disprove that.


BOS 0 – SEA 1

HD: Gabe Speier (1), Ryne Stanek (1)

SV: Andrés Muñoz (1)

  • Andrés Muñoz looked dominant against the Red Sox last night in a four-out save, and while he did get some luck (poor Tristan Casas) it was certainly an exciting first appearance for the talented righty. Muñoz wound up throwing 20 pitches and finishing with a 45% CSW (5 Whiffs on 8 swings).


CLE 6 – OAK 4

HD: Scott Barlow (1), Hunter Gaddis (1). Eli Morgan (1)

SV: Emmanuel Clase (1)

  • Emmanuel Clase needed just 8 pitches to finish off the A’s in this one. With a quick inning, Clase didn’t record a strikeout but did get 3 CS+Whiffs.


COL 3 – ARZ 7

  • No saves or holds in this one, but we did see Kevin Ginkel work the 9th inning of a four-run game, which to me is more confirmation he will act as the team’s closer at least until Paul Sewald returns. On the other side, Tyler Kinley worked the 9th inning down four runs.


STL 3 – LAD 6


SV: Evan Phillips (2)

  • Evan Phillips made quick work of the Cardinals last night, striking out one while not allowing a baserunner for his second save of the season. He faced the bottom of the Cards lineup (the baby Cards) so it wasn’t the most impressive save, but a save nonetheless.
Bullpen Depth Charts

Also, if you’re looking for a detailed list or ranking of RPs, check out Rick Graham’s weekly pieces:

The Hold Up: Ranking the Top 100 Relievers for Holds Every Thursday

Closing Time: Ranking the Top 30 Closers

Top 100 Relievers for Save+Hold Leagues

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.

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