but if he can hold himself in the closer role, then you'd be kicking yourself for not snagging him for the WW when you had the chance. even if you are not in need of a closer...you can always trade later...closer is a valuable asset in fantasy and certainly a onwer in your league will be looking for some more SVs.
I agree in theory, but I temper that opinion when they are on a team that is likely to lose a lot more games than they win, especially one that has to face Boston, NY and Baltimore a lot of the time. This is also talking about drafting this closer, not picking him up off of FA lists. In our league at least there is probably always someone to draft over an unproven closer on a bad team, even if its just more SP depth to use on two start weeks. Other leagues may differ.