ESPN Fantasy Projection: Often, a closer-by-committee remains as such until someone stakes a claim on the primary role. That's what happened with Rogers last season. With a 1.04 ERA after eight games, including four holds and the Opening Day save, the southpaw latched onto closing duties. However, as 69 innings in 60 appearances demonstrates, Rogers often worked multiple frames, taking advantage of his ability to handle batters from either side of the plate. Rogers throws three pitches: a two-seam fastball against all hitters, a slider he uses more against righties, and a curve he mixes in against lefties but rarely throws against right-handers. The slider is his "out pitch" facing right-handed bats, while the curve and slider keep lefties at bay. Taylor is again ticketed to be the main closer, likely to continue coming in for multiple stanzas when the situation warrants.