Depending on your league you should probably hold onto Meyer.
Leading by two runs in the ninth inning Monday, the Marlins initially went to left-hander Dan L. Meyer, who recorded a save Wednesday. He allowed two hits in two-thirds of an inning, though, so the Marlins turned to RHP Leo Nunez for the final out and the save. "Good team victory," Marlins manager Fredi Gonzalez said. "The closer is whoever got the last out. I really don't think any of those two guys could care, as long as we get that last out and we're shaking hands and we get a win."
The Marlins kept saying they would use Nunez as their closer until Matt Lindstrom returned from the DL, but we had yet to see them follow through on their word, in part because Nunez was battling a sprained ankle. Two of the four hitters Meyer faced were left-handers, which might explain why the Marlins went with him at first. Nunez has enough potential to add in all NL-only leagues right now, but the uncertainty of his role and the short time he'll have it make him no more than a last resort for saves in mixed leagues.
smoovethug wrote:SpecialFNK wrote:Meyer opend the 9th, but was replaced by Nunez. word is that once Nunez is healthy its his job to close? with that is it safe to drop Meyer?
I don't know, I'm still holding him for now. He'll still help your ratios and may see some saves if lefties are due up in the 9th. 2 of the 4 batters Meyer faced were lefties with Guzman being a switch-hitter.