We have reached the relief pitcher portion of our early rankings. Those that take things too seriously may want to check into some updated rankings coming January and beyond, as a lot will change with all of the positional rankings this offseason. Many players are looking for new homes this offseason, and they may not sign with their new teams for quite some time. 

The relief pitcher position is awful this season, at least for now. I say for now, as many upper-end relief pitchers are still looking for new homes. Once players starting signing with new teams and jobs become more established, the rankings will make a lot more sense. For now, it’s all about taking the best relievers and hoping they land in a favorable spot for 2021. 

Once all the positional rankings are released, I will post a google sheet with all positions on one page (like last year). Make sure to keep a lookout for all updates as the rankings will be more fluid than usual this season; if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Twitter (@bdentrek). 

Relief Pitchers
1- Josh Hader
2- Aroldis Chapman
3- Liam Hendriks
4- Edwin Diaz
5- Drew Pomeranz
6- Raisel Iglesias
7- Kenley Jansen
8- James Karinchak
9- Nick Anderson
10- Craig Kimbrel
11- Ryan Pressly
12- Aaron Bummer
13- Devin Williams
14- Taylor Rogers
15- Jordan Romano
16- Tanner Rainey
17- Alex Colome
18- Trevor Rosenthal
19- Hector Neris
20- Diego Castillo
21- Mark Melancon
22- Brad Hand
23- Matt Barnes
24- Chris Martin
25- Greg Holland
26- Richard Rodriguez
27- Hunter Harvey
28- Amir Garrett
29- Lucas Sims
30- Peter Fairbanks
31- Rafael Montero
32- Josh Staumont
33- Stefan Crichton
34- Yimi Garcia
35- Jake Diekman
36- Reyes Moronta
37- Alex Reyes
38- Daniel Bard
39- Bryan Garcia
40- Gregory Soto
41- Will Smith
42- Brandon Kintzler
43- Joakim Soria
44- Giovanny Gallegos
45- Daniel Hudson
46- Rafael Dolis
47- Blake Treinen
48- Jonathan Hernandez
49- Zack Britton
50- Tyler Rogers