ESPN Fantasy Projection: Only the fourth reliever to strike out at least 125 batters in back-to-back seasons (Dellin Betances, Rob Dibble, Dick Radatz), Hader is one of the few relief pitchers whose strikeout totals are so gaudy, he can make up for some of the shortcomings of your fantasy rotation. He's also the most logical choice to close for the Brewers, which is saying something considering their matchup-oriented pitching strategy, meaning that he'll probably cruise to a No. 1 finish among relievers in any format even if he's not a contender for the major league saves lead. If there are any concerns with Hader, it's the hefty amount of work he has had the past two seasons -- he averaged 1.35 innings and 21.5 pitches per outing -- as well as the 15 home runs he surrendered in 2019. Attribute the latter partly to the baseball and partly some bad luck on fly balls, because all of his other skills were beyond elite, and in fact showed some slight signs of improvement. Hader is the rare reliever truly worthy of a top-50 overall pick.