I don't see it Mathias.
Joakim is more valuable than broxton in most peoples minds. They had very similar numbers last year and Soria is a closer, Broxton is a MR and while everyone would like him to become the closer, Saito doesn't appear to be going anywhere with his 1.4 Era. That makes Soria a greater quantity than Broxton. Keep in mind here that broxton has only "done it" for 2 years, while Soria has done it for 1. Both are supported by there minor league numbers. Is broxton better? probably...but that doesn't really matter since as an actual closer if they put up similar numbers Soria is far more valuable, and unless something major happens Broxton is relegated to MR.
Arod is Greater than Wright. Wright is a great player, certainly getting better, but Arod was unparalled last year and his career yearly average is better than any single year wright has put up. If there is a fantasy player alive who would rather have wright than arod who doesn't bleed blue and orange I would be surprised.
Mariano is/was a hell of a closer, and can probably be relied on to be a very good closer, and if Cain doesn't breakout like many expect him to do, then he will be worth more.
However I don't think Mariano over Cain unbalances Arod over wright, and Soria over Broxton. The rankings from most sites(including the cafe) seem to bear this out.(Soria > Broxton, Arod > Wright, Mariano > Cain)
Until Broxton becomes something other than a good middle reliever stuck behind a very good closer he simply has very low value.
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