2021 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide

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2021 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide 

Post#1 » by RealGM Articles » Mon Mar 8, 2021 9:42 pm

What a difference a year makes! Hopefully the remnants of 2020 can be flushed out of our systems for good, with normalcy returning in 2021. On that note, we’ll see if MLB can return to a normal 162 game season following the abbreviated, but appreciated 60 game season in 2020.

How many games MLB will be able to play remains to be seen, but you don’t have to wonder about RealGM’s fantasy baseball draft guide – they are here! In case you’re not familiar with the format of my rankings, I organize the players in tiers based on position. I strongly suggest using a tier system for all of your drafts. You will also find a composite ranking of the top 150 players at the end of this article, which you must use to cross-check against the tier rankings (since player values vary based on position). So to emphasize due to its importance, you need to use the tier rankings and the top 150 in tandem in order to best make use of this guide (e.g. a tier 1 catcher doesn’t have the same value as a tier 1 first baseman, etc.).

Please also note the following with respect to the rankings:

  • Rankings are based on the standard 5 x 5 categories (R, HR, RBI, AVG and SB on offense; W, K, ERA, WHIP and S for pitching). Adjust accordingly for leagues with additional/different categories. For example, Joey Gallo’s value decreases in leagues that penalize for strikeouts by hitters.

  • Rankings cover the 2021 season ONLY. For keeper/dynasty leagues, you will need to factor in keeper ramifications accordingly. 

Please hit me up on twitter at @NeemaHodjat with any questions for your draft or the rankings. With that, here we go: 

Catchers:

 

Player

Team

Position

Tier 1

J.T. Realmuto

PHI

C

 

Salvador Perez

KC

C

    

Tier 2

Will Smith

LAD

C

 

Yasmani Grandal

CWS

C

 

Willson Contreras

CHC

C

 

Travis d\\\'Arnaud

ATL

C

    

Tier 3

Gary Sanchez

NYY

C

 

Christian Vazquez

BOS

C

 

Austin Nola

SD

C

 

Mitch Garver

MIN

C

    

Tier 4

Tom Murphy

SEA

C

 

Sean Murphy

OAK

C

 

James McCann

NYM

C

 

Buster Posey

SF

C

 

Yadier Molina

STL

C

 

Jorge Alfaro

MIA

C

Draft Strategy: In short, punt the catcher position and use the waiver carousel to fill the position. Catcher typically returns the lowest ROI when selected high, due to high seasonal variance, higher injury propensity, etc. JT Realmuto leads the position, and he’s worthy of selection in the 7-8th round. Otherwise, the difference among the catcher group as a whole is minimal, and you can get similar value by waiting until the end of your draft to select your catcher versus using a mid round pick like many folks in your league are wont to do. So snag a catcher at the end of your draft, and use the waiver wire to pick up the hot hand at the position…then repeat. 

First Base:

 

Player

Team

Position

Tier 1

Cody Bellinger

LAD

OF/1B

 

Freddie Freeman

ATL

1B

    

Tier 2

DJ LeMahieu

NYY

2B/1B/3B

 

Pete Alonso

NYM

1B

 

Jose Abreu

CWS

1B

 

Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

TOR

1B

    

Tier 3

Luke Voit

NYY

1B

 

Matt Olson

OAK

1B

 

Paul Goldschmidt

STL

1B

    

Tier 4

Anthony Rizzo

CHC

1B

 

Max Muncy

LAD

1B/2B/3B

    

Tier 5

Dominic Smith

NYM

1B/OF

 

Mike Moustakas

CIN

2B/1B

 

Rhys Hoskins

PHI

1B

 

Eric Hosmer

SD

1B

 

Josh Bell

WSH

1B

 

Miguel Sano

MIN

1B

 

Ryan Mountcastle

BAL

OF/1B

    

Tier 6

Christian Walker

ARI

1B

 

Jared Walsh

LAA

1B

 

Carlos Santana

KC

1B

Draft Strategy: First base doesn’t have the same level of boppers that we were accustomed to seeing just a few years back, but this doesn’t mean you can’t find value. I would suggest targeting your first baseman from tiers 3 and above, as absent a rebound season from Rizzo, there’s quite a dropoff from tier 4 down. In order land a tier 3 and above first bagger (that’s a group of 9 players), you’ll likely need to use a pick by no later than round 6. So follow this position closely in your draft, and be ready to pounce before the tier 3 group is wiped off the board.

Second Base:

 

Player

Team

Position

Tier 1

DJ LeMahieu

NYY

2B/1B/3B

 

Ozzie Albies

ATL

2B

 

Whit Merrifield

KC

OF/2B

 

Ketel Marte

ARI

2B

    

Tier 2

Brandon Lowe

TB

2B/OF

 

Jeff McNeil

NYM

OF/2B

 

Cavan Biggio

TOR

2B/3B/OF

 

Keston Hiura

MIL

2B

 

Jose Altuve

HOU

2B

 

Max Muncy

LAD

1B/2B/3B

    

Tier 3

Mike Moustakas

CIN

2B/1B

 

Dylan Moore

SEA

OF/2B

 

Jean Segura

PHI

2B/3B

 

Nick Madrigal

CWS

2B

 

Nick Solak

TEX

OF/2B

 

Chris Taylor

LAD

OF/2B/SS

 

David Fletcher

LAA

SS/2B

Strategy: Second base had recently undergone a resurgence in fantasy baseball, with Jose Altuve, Jose Ramirez and Javier Baez leading the way. Well, Altuve and Baez have been fading, and while Ramirez has remained a force, he now plies his craft at third base. The 2021 outlook at second base shows solid players at the top, but no franchise cornerstones, with good depth through tier 2 and some upside in tier 3. Your draft strategy at the position should be to seek value. If a top option presents itself in your draft at a reasonable price, then feel free to pull the trigger. But don’t feel pressure to lock in your second baseman early, as you can get by with the tier 3 group without a huge dropoff. Dylan Moore provides a reasonable upside play in case you wait on second base.  

Third Base: 

 

Player

Team

Position

Tier 1

Jose Ramirez

CLE

3B

 

Manny Machado

SD

3B

 

Nolan Arenado

STL

3B

    

Tier 2

Alex Bregman

HOU

3B

 

Rafael Devers

BOS

3B

 

Anthony Rendon

LAA

3B

 

DJ LeMahieu

NYY

2B/1B/3B

    

Tier 3

Eugenio Suarez

CIN

3B

 

Cavan Biggio

TOR

2B/3B/OF

 

Matt Chapman

OAK

3B

 

Max Muncy

LAD

1B/2B/3B

 

Kris Bryant

CHC

3B

 

Yoan Moncada

CWS

3B

 

Alec Bohm

PHI

3B

    

Tier 4

Tommy Edman

STL

3B/SS/OF

 

Gio Urshela

NYY

3B

 

Ke\\\'Bryan Hayes

PIT

3B

 

Jean Segura

PHI

2B/3B

 

Justin Turner

LAD

3B

 

Austin Riley

ATL

3B

 

Josh Donaldson

MIN

3B

    

Tier 5

Brian Anderson

MIA

3B

 

J.D. Davis

NYM

3B

Strategy: While the right side of the diamond has limited star power, third base has no such problems. The tier 1 trio should be off the board by the end of round 2, with the tier 2 group disappearing through the end of round 4. The recommendation here is to do your best to snag one of the seven tier 1/2 options, as tier 3 and below come with significant performance and/or injury questions. You should expect to use one of your top 4 selections on third base in order to grab one of the upper echelon options at the hot corner. In case you miss out on that group, don’t panic. In that case I’d target Suarez, Chapman and Bryant within tier 3, as they come with huge upside and could easily perform at a tier 2 level. They just come with more risk.

Shortstop:

 

Player

Team

Position

Tier 1

Fernando Tatis Jr.

SD

SS

    

Tier 2

Trea Turner

WSH

SS

 

Trevor Story

COL

SS

 

Francisco Lindor

NYM

SS

    

Tier 3

Xander Bogaerts

BOS

SS

 

Corey Seager

LAD

SS

 

Bo Bichette

TOR

SS

    

Tier 4

Adalberto Mondesi

KC

SS

 

Tim Anderson

CWS

SS

 

Gleyber Torres

NYY

SS

    

Tier 5

Javier Baez

CHC

SS

 

Carlos Correa

HOU

SS

 

Marcus Semien

TOR

SS

    

Tier 6

Didi Gregorius

PHI

SS

 

Tommy Edman

STL

3B/SS/OF

 

Paul DeJong

STL

SS

 

Chris Taylor

LAD

OF/2B/SS

 

Jorge Polanco

MIN

SS

 

David Fletcher

LAA

SS/2B

Strategy: The shortstop position has completely transformed from a generation ago, when a .250 hitter with minimal power and good defense was deemed adequate for the role. Today’s top shortstops dazzle with 30+ homers, along with their gloves, continuing in the evolution of the position brought about by A-Rod, Derek Jeter and many others. Similar to shortstop, the suggestion here is to try to land one of the top 7 shortstops (through tier 3), but which for this position, a pick from your first three rounds will likely need to be expended. Granted the directive to snag your first baseman, third baseman and shortstop all with early-ish picks is hard to meet, note that there’s a soft second line at the shortstop position at tier 4. So if you don’t end up in position to grab one of the top shortstops, the backup suggestion is to grab one of the tier 4 players. As such, I would not suggest rolling with a player from tier 5 and below as your primary shortstop. 

Outfield: 

 

Player

Team

Position

Tier 1

Ronald Acuna Jr.

ATL

OF

 

Mookie Betts

LAD

OF

 

Juan Soto

WSH

OF

 

Mike Trout

LAA

OF

    

Tier 2

Cody Bellinger

LAD

OF/1B

 

Christian Yelich

MIL

OF

 

Bryce Harper

PHI

OF

    

Tier 3

Eloy Jimenez

CWS

OF

 

Kyle Tucker

HOU

OF

 

Luis Robert

CWS

OF

 

Marcell Ozuna

ATL

OF

 

George Springer

TOR

OF

 

Aaron Judge

NYY

OF

 

Starling Marte

MIA

OF

 

Whit Merrifield

KC

OF/2B

    

Tier 4

Michael Conforto

NYM

OF

 

Trent Grisham

SD

OF

 

Nick Castellanos

CIN

OF

 

Randy Arozarena

TB

OF

 

Charlie Blackmon

COL

OF

 

Teoscar Hernandez

TOR

OF

 

Brandon Lowe

TB

2B/OF

 

Lourdes Gurriel Jr.

TOR

OF

 

Jeff McNeil

NYM

OF/2B

 

Eddie Rosario

CLE

OF

 

Cavan Biggio

TOR

2B/3B/OF

    

Tier 5

Byron Buxton

MIN

OF

 

Austin Meadows

TB

OF

 

Tommy Pham

SD

OF

 

Wil Myers

SD

OF

 

Mike Yastrzemski

SF

OF

 

Michael Brantley

HOU

OF

 

Joey Gallo

TEX

OF

 

Dominic Smith

NYM

1B/OF

 

Anthony Santander

BAL

OF

 

Ramon Laureano

OAK

OF

    

Tier 6

Alex Verdugo

BOS

OF

 

Kyle Lewis

SEA

OF

 

Ian Happ

CHC

OF

 

Victor Robles

WSH

OF

 

Dylan Moore

SEA

OF/2B

 

Ryan Mountcastle

BAL

OF/1B

 

Max Kepler

MIN

OF

 

Tommy Edman

STL

3B/SS/OF

 

Kyle Schwarber

WSH

OF

 

Andrew McCutchen

PHI

OF

 

Nick Solak

TEX

OF/2B

 

A.J. Pollock

LAD

OF

    

Tier 7

Trey Mancini

BAL

OF

 

Dylan Carlson

STL

OF

 

Clint Frazier

NYY

OF

 

Austin Hays

BAL

OF

 

Andrew Benintendi

KC

OF

 

Chris Taylor

LAD

OF/2B/SS

 

Lorenzo Cain

MIL

OF

 

Raimel Tapia

COL

OF

 

Kole Calhoun

ARI

OF

Strategy: Outfield obviously requires a different evaluation than the remaining position players, since you will need at least three to start for you, while the depth at the position gives you more leeway. The tier 1 outfield group belongs within the top five overall picks in your draft, with shortstop Tatis joining the group to round out the quintet. If you’re picking in the top five, that’s the pool of players you should be looking at. Otherwise, the outfield options are scattered throughout the rankings, with many viable options even as you move down the tiers. Given the depth at the position, outfield drafting strategy trends more towards the value side, rather than ensuring players are picked by a certain tier cutoff. If you are looking for a loose outline to use with tiers, a rough goal should be to snag at least one outfielder within the top 3 tiers, and your top three within the first 5 tiers. That gives you plenty of flexibility to work with as you build your roster.

 

Starting Pitcher:

 

 

Player

Team

Position

Tier 1

Gerrit Cole

NYY

SP

 

Jacob deGrom

NYM

SP

 

Shane Bieber

CLE

SP

    

Tier 2

Trevor Bauer

LAD

SP

 

Walker Buehler

LAD

SP

 

Yu Darvish

SD

SP

 

Aaron Nola

PHI

SP

 

Max Scherzer

WSH

SP

 

Lucas Giolito

CWS

SP

 

Jack Flaherty

STL

SP

    

Tier 3

Brandon Woodruff

MIL

SP

 

Luis Castillo

CIN

SP

 

Clayton Kershaw

LAD

SP

 

Tyler Glasnow

TB

SP

 

Blake Snell

SD

SP

 

Kenta Maeda

MIN

SP

 

Lance Lynn

CWS

SP

    

Tier 4

Zac Gallen

ARI

SP

 

Carlos Carrasco

NYM

SP

 

Corbin Burnes

MIL

SP

 

Jose Berrios

MIN

SP

 

Hyun-Jin Ryu

TOR

SP

 

Stephen Strasburg

WSH

SP

 

Sonny Gray

CIN

SP

 

Kyle Hendricks

CHC

SP

 

Dinelson Lamet

SD

SP

 

Zack Wheeler

PHI

SP

 

Max Fried

ATL

SP

    

Tier 5

Jesus Luzardo

OAK

SP

 

Charlie Morton

ATL

SP

 

Chris Paddack

SD

SP

 

Zach Plesac

CLE

SP

 

Zack Greinke

HOU

SP

 

Framber Valdez

HOU

SP

 

Lance McCullers Jr.

HOU

SP

 

Joe Musgrove

SD

SP

 

Julio Urias

LAD

SP

    

Tier 6

Dylan Bundy

LAA

SP

 

Pablo Lopez

MIA

SP

 

Ian Anderson

ATL

SP

 

Kevin Gausman

SF

SP

 

Sixto Sanchez

MIA

SP

 

Corey Kluber

NYY

SP

 

Patrick Corbin

WSH

SP

 

Marco Gonzales

SEA

SP

    

Tier 7

Shohei Ohtani

LAA

DH/SP

 

Sandy Alcantara

MIA

SP

 

German Marquez

COL

SP

 

Frankie Montas

OAK

SP

 

Triston McKenzie

CLE

SP

 

Mike Soroka

ATL

SP

 

Chris Bassitt

OAK

SP

 

Andrew Heaney

LAA

SP

 

Jose Urquidy

HOU

SP

 

Tyler Mahle

CIN

SP

Strategy: Pitcher strategy largely depends on the format of your league. In points leagues, the top starting pitchers usually lead the league in points, and thus require a premium in the draft. As such, Gerrit Cole and Jacob deGrom would be top five overall values in points leagues, with Shane Bieber rounding out the top ten. In short, bump all quality starting pitchers up by 30-40% in overall rankings in points leagues. Now for head to head leagues, which are the basis for these rankings, the recommended strategy is to select an anchor for your staff (ideally someone within tier 2) in rounds 2 or 3, and then solidify your offense with your next 5 or so picks before turning to starting pitching again with your following 5 or so picks. Why this strategy? Ultimately offense has more consistency from season to season from a performance standpoint, while also having less injury risk. Also, a strong offense can overcome a mediocre pitching staff more so than vice versa, as you can better manipulate pitching numbers. In short, build a strong offense and a deep starting pitching staff. 

Relief Pitcher:

 

Player

Team

Position

Tier 1

Josh Hader

MIL

RP

 

Liam Hendriks

CWS

RP

 

Edwin Diaz

NYM

RP

 

Aroldis Chapman

NYY

RP

    

Tier 2

Raisel Iglesias

LAA

RP

 

Ryan Pressly

HOU

RP

 

James Karinchak

CLE

RP

    

Tier 3

Kenley Jansen

LAD

RP

 

Kirby Yates

TOR

RP

 

Brad Hand

WSH

RP

 

Trevor Rosenthal

OAK

RP

    

Tier 4

Rafael Montero

SEA

RP

 

Devin Williams

MIL

RP

 

Alex Colome

MIN

RP

 

Drew Pomeranz

SD

RP

 

Matt Barnes

BOS

RP

 

Will Smith

ATL

RP

 

Richard Rodriguez

PIT

RP

 

Craig Kimbrel

CHC

RP

    

Tier 5

Nick Anderson

TB

RP

 

Hector Neris

PHI

RP

 

Jose Leclerc

TEX

RP

 

Giovanny Gallegos

STL

RP

 

Diego Castillo

TB

RP

 

Amir Garrett

CIN

RP

 

Joakim Soria

ARI

RP

 

Greg Holland

KC

RP

 

Bryan Garcia 

DET

RP

 

Anthony Bass

MIA

RP

 

Jake McGee

SF

RP

 

Daniel Bard

COL

RP

 

Taylor Rogers

MIN

RP

Strategy: More than any other position, relief pitchers (specifically closers) will jump off the board higher than their rankings. The position is most susceptible to a run (i.e. one selection of a relief pitcher in the draft causing several to follow afterwards). Further, there are only thirty closers in the league, so once they’re gone, they’re gone. That being said, the position brings with it the highest risk, as closers usually fly off the board within the first ten rounds, while injuries and loss of job due to performance impact a third to a half of closers per year. As a result, you don’t need to necessarily draft a lot of closers to lock down the saves category for the season. Attention to the waiver wire and handcuffing second-in-line relievers with your final roster spots can get you set without having to expend significant capital. So how should you approach the position? Let others expend early picks for the first two tiers, and take your first reliever from the tier 3 group. From there, add one to two more relievers within the tier 4 and 5 groups. You don’t want to punt the position. Instead, make yourself competitive on a weekly basis, but position yourself to upgrade the position group by targeting the second-in-lines behind struggling closers. 

Top 150:

 

Player

Team

Position

Positional Rank

1

Ronald Acuna Jr.

ATL

OF

OF1

2

Mookie Betts

LAD

OF

OF2

3

Fernando Tatis Jr.

SD

SS

SS1

4

Juan Soto

WSH

OF

OF3

5

Mike Trout

LAA

OF

OF4

6

Gerrit Cole

NYY

SP

SP1

7

Jacob deGrom

NYM

SP

SP2

8

Trea Turner

WSH

SS

SS2

9

Jose Ramirez

CLE

3B

3B1

10

Shane Bieber

CLE

SP

SP3

11

Trevor Story

COL

SS

SS3

12

Francisco Lindor

NYM

SS

SS4

13

Cody Bellinger

LAD

OF/1B

OF5

14

Christian Yelich

MIL

OF

OF6

15

Freddie Freeman

ATL

1B

1B2

16

Bryce Harper

PHI

OF

OF7

17

Trevor Bauer

LAD

SP

SP4

18

Manny Machado

SD

3B

3B2

19

Walker Buehler

LAD

SP

SP5

20

Yu Darvish

SD

SP

SP6

21

Xander Bogaerts

BOS

SS

SS5

22

Nolan Arenado

STL

3B

3B3

23

Corey Seager

LAD

SS

SS6

24

Aaron Nola

PHI

SP

SP7

25

Eloy Jimenez

CWS

OF

OF8

26

Max Scherzer

WSH

SP

SP8

27

Lucas Giolito

CWS

SP

SP9

28

Bo Bichette

TOR

SS

SS7

29

Jack Flaherty

STL

SP

SP10

30

Alex Bregman

HOU

3B

3B4

31

Rafael Devers

BOS

3B

3B5

32

Kyle Tucker

HOU

OF

OF9

33

Brandon Woodruff

MIL

SP

SP11

34

Luis Robert

CWS

OF

OF10

35

Marcell Ozuna

ATL

OF

OF11

36

Anthony Rendon

LAA

3B

3B6

37

DJ LeMahieu

NYY

2B/1B/3B

2B1

38

Luis Castillo

CIN

SP

SP12

39

Ozzie Albies

ATL

2B

2B2

40

George Springer

TOR

OF

OF12

41

Clayton Kershaw

LAD

SP

SP13

42

Adalberto Mondesi

KC

SS

SS8

43

Aaron Judge

NYY

OF

OF13

44

Tim Anderson

CWS

SS

SS9

45

Starling Marte

MIA

OF

OF14

46

Pete Alonso

NYM

1B

1B4

47

Whit Merrifield

KC

OF/2B

OF15

48

Jose Abreu

CWS

1B

1B5

49

Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

TOR

1B

1B6

50

Tyler Glasnow

TB

SP

SP14

51

Blake Snell

SD

SP

SP15

52

Kenta Maeda

MIN

SP

SP16

53

Lance Lynn

CWS

SP

SP17

54

Gleyber Torres

NYY

SS

SS10

55

Ketel Marte

ARI

2B

2B4

56

Eugenio Suarez

CIN

3B

3B8

57

Michael Conforto

NYM

OF

OF16

58

Trent Grisham

SD

OF

OF17

59

Josh Hader

MIL

RP

RP1

60

Nick Castellanos

CIN

OF

OF18

61

Liam Hendriks

CWS

RP

RP2

62

Luke Voit

NYY

1B

1B7

63

Randy Arozarena

TB

OF

OF19

64

Zac Gallen

ARI

SP

SP18

65

Javier Baez

CHC

SS

SS11

66

Charlie Blackmon

COL

OF

OF20

67

Matt Olson

OAK

1B

1B8

68

Carlos Carrasco

NYM

SP

SP19

69

Paul Goldschmidt

STL

1B

1B9

70

Teoscar Hernandez

TOR

OF

OF21

71

Brandon Lowe

TB

2B/OF

2B5

72

Lourdes Gurriel Jr.

TOR

OF

OF23

73

Jeff McNeil

NYM

OF/2B

OF24

74

Edwin Diaz

NYM

RP

RP3

75

Aroldis Chapman

NYY

RP

RP4

76

J.D. Martinez

BOS

DH

DH1

77

Corbin Burnes

MIL

SP

SP20

78

Jose Berrios

MIN

SP

SP21

79

J.T. Realmuto

PHI

C

C1

80

Eddie Rosario

CLE

OF

OF25

81

Yordan Alvarez

HOU

DH

DH2

82

Nelson Cruz

MIN

DH

DH3

83

Hyun-Jin Ryu

TOR

SP

SP22

84

Cavan Biggio

TOR

2B/3B/OF

2B7

85

Stephen Strasburg

WSH

SP

SP23

86

Keston Hiura

MIL

2B

2B8

87

Anthony Rizzo

CHC

1B

1B10

88

Jose Altuve

HOU

2B

2B9

89

Sonny Gray

CIN

SP

SP24

90

Kyle Hendricks

CHC

SP

SP25

91

Dinelson Lamet

SD

SP

SP26

92

Zack Wheeler

PHI

SP

SP27

93

Max Fried

ATL

SP

SP28

94

Matt Chapman

OAK

3B

3B10

95

Max Muncy

LAD

1B/2B/3B

1B11

96

Byron Buxton

MIN

OF

OF27

97

Dansby Swanson

ATL

SS

SS12

98

Salvador Perez

KC

C

C2

99

Kris Bryant

CHC

3B

3B12

100

Yoan Moncada

CWS

3B

3B13

101

Austin Meadows

TB

OF

OF28

102

Carlos Correa

HOU

SS

SS13

103

Raisel Iglesias

LAA

RP

RP5

104

Jesus Luzardo

OAK

SP

SP29

105

Charlie Morton

ATL

SP

SP30

106

Chris Paddack

SD

SP

SP31

107

Tommy Pham

SD

OF

OF29

108

Alec Bohm

PHI

3B

3B14

109

Ryan Pressly

HOU

RP

RP6

110

James Karinchak

CLE

RP

RP7

111

Zach Plesac

CLE

SP

SP32

112

Marcus Semien

TOR

SS

SS14

113

Giancarlo Stanton

NYY

DH

DH4

114

Wil Myers

SD

OF

OF30

115

Zack Greinke

HOU

SP

SP33

116

Framber Valdez

HOU

SP

SP34

117

Mike Yastrzemski

SF

OF

OF31

118

Lance McCullers Jr.

HOU

SP

SP35

119

Michael Brantley

HOU

OF

OF32

120

Joe Musgrove

SD

SP

SP36

121

Joey Gallo

TEX

OF

OF33

122

Dominic Smith

NYM

1B/OF

1B12

123

Anthony Santander

BAL

OF

OF35

124

Ramon Laureano

OAK

OF

OF36

125

Kenley Jansen

LAD

RP

RP8

126

Julio Urias

LAD

SP

SP37

127

Kirby Yates

TOR

RP

RP9

128

Didi Gregorius

PHI

SS

SS15

129

Mike Moustakas

CIN

2B/1B

2B11

130

Rhys Hoskins

PHI

1B

1B14

131

Will Smith

LAD

C

C3

132

Eric Hosmer

SD

1B

1B15

133

Brad Hand

WSH

RP

RP10

134

Josh Bell

WSH

1B

1B16

135

Miguel Sano

MIN

1B

1B17

136

Alex Verdugo

BOS

OF

OF37

137

Franmil Reyes

CLE

DH

DH5

138

Kyle Lewis

SEA

OF

OF38

139

Ian Happ

CHC

OF

OF39

140

Yasmani Grandal

CWS

C

C4

141

Jorge Soler

KC

DH

DH6

142

Victor Robles

WSH

OF

OF40

143

Dylan Moore

SEA

OF/2B

OF41

144

Ryan Mountcastle

BAL

OF/1B

OF42

145

Trevor Rosenthal

OAK

RP

RP11

146

Max Kepler

MIN

OF

OF43

147

Dylan Bundy

LAA

SP

SP38

148

Willson Contreras

CHC

C

C5

149

Tommy Edman

STL

3B/SS/OF

3B15

150

Travis d\\\'Arnaud

ATL

C

C6

 

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Re: 2021 Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide 

Post#2 » by fredweis » Thu Mar 11, 2021 11:58 pm

You guys completely forgot the Giancarlo Stanton, AS season coming up for him.

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