At first glance, our fantasy 2B rankings for 2021 look pretty deep, but when you factor in multi-position eligibility, you can expect many of these players to be already off the board, at least deep. In the league. In shallow leagues, you shouldn't have problems finding a good second baseman, even if you stop and plunge into the sleeper tier.
The great thing about Second Base is that you can find almost anything you want there. The average hitter, power hitter and stealer are contributors. This makes this situation difficult, as it really comes down to the needs of the category. A speedster like Nick Medrigal may have more value to your team than a slugger like Mike Mowcakus, depending on how your team is built. Madakakas is located about 10 places ahead of Madrigal – and will definitely go in higher drafts – but you might be better off waiting for several rounds and even if that means getting Mrigal a little higher.
It is worth noting that there are not many “category-winning” SB people on 2B. Both Whit Merrifield and Jose Altuve had a reputation, but both have seen a significant decline in stealing over the past few seasons. People like Ozzie Albies, Cavan Bigigo, and Dylan Moore may all get 20 steals, but it doesn't seem likely until Garrett Hampson, Jonathan Willer, John Bertie, or De Strange-Gordon meet on time every day. That 2B will also kill 30 SB. .
This does not mean that it is not important to find four or five category contributors in 2B, but you should not think that you will win a steal because of your second baseman. In the end, this means that you should not let a good all-all-value pass in the draft. There are legal sluggers in this position (Gleiber Torres, Brandon Lowe, Max Muncy, Lourdes Gurrill Jr., Ian Happ, etc.), as well as potential major average contributors (DJ Lemahieu, Merrifield, Altuve, Jeff McNeile, Jean Segura). There are plenty of high-up goldsmiths (Nick Solak, Moore, Gavin Lux, Jake Cronworth) and meaningful bench players who can chip in across the board when you need them (Colten Wong, Tommy Edman).
It's hard to predict when many of these players will be drafted, but if you stay on top of how many 2Bs are selected as well as your category, you need a solid starter and even Must be able to find a versatile, productive backup.
We are updating our 2B rankings throughout the spring, so check back for the latest player movement. Please note that players are ranked as if they are In college Characters on 2B. Some players, such as Glibber Torres or Kettle Mart, may be given a higher rank overall as they qualify for multiple positions.
Fantasy Baseball 2B Rankings: Second Base Tears, Sleepers, Draft Strategy
Rankings based on 5×5 H2H leagues are in the form of a hitting category with rupees, HRs, RBIs, SBs and batting averages.
Eligibility based on position Yahoo's default settings
* * The player is not eligible in any position on the day of the draft but is expected to play there during the season.
|Post||Player (bats)||Age (as of 4/1)||Team||Other posts||Tier|
|1||DJ Lehmahu (R)||32||Yankees||1b, 3b||1|
|2||Keston Hiura (R)||24||Brewers||1B *||1|
|3||White Merrifield (R)||32||Royal Family||Of||1|
|4||Ozzie Albies (S)||24||Braves||–||2|
|5||Gleiber Torres (R)||24||Yankees||SS||2|
|4||Brandon Lowe (L)||24||Rays||1 B, OF||2|
|.||Lourdes Gurrill Jr. (R)||2.||Neelkanth||Of||2|
|.||Jose Altuve (R)||30||Astros||–||2|
|4||Cavan Bigigo (L)||25||Neelkanth||3 B, OF||2|
|10||Marcus Semian (R) *||30||Neelkanth||SS||2|
|1 1||Kettle Mart (S)||2.||De-back||Ss, k||2|
|12||Max Muncy (L)||30||Dodgers||1b, 3b||3|
|13||Mike Mowcakas (L)||32||The reds||1b, 3b||3|
|14||Jeff McNeill (L)||2.||Mets||3 B, OF||3|
|15||Ian Happ (S)||24||The cub||3 B, OF||3|
|14||Nick Solak (R)||25||Ranger people||3 B, OF||3|
|1.||Dylan Moore (R)||2.||Mariners||3B, SS, OF||3|
|1.||Eduardo Escobar (S)||32||De-back||3b||3|
|19||Jean Segura (R)||31||Phillies||3b, ss||4|
|20||Ryan McMahon (L)||24||Of rocks||1b, 3b||4|
|21||Kolten Wong (L)||30||Brewers||–||4|
|22||Tommy Edman (S)||25||Cardinals||3B, SS, OF||4|
|23||Nick Madrigal (R)||24||White sox||–||4|
|24||Garrett Hampson (R)||24||Of rocks||Ss, k||4|
|25||Jake Cronworth (L)||2.||Padres||1b, ss||4|
|24||Gavin Lux (L)||23||Dodgers||–||5|
|2.||Jonathan Scoop (R)||29||Tigers||–||5|
|2.||Rougan Odor (L)||2.||Ranger people||3B *||5|
|29||Jonathan Villar (S)||29||Mets||SS||5|
|30||John Bertie (R)||30||Marlins||3B, SS, OF||5|
|31||Colin Moran (L)||2.||Pirates||1b, 3b||4|
|32||Brendan Rodgers (R)||24||Of rocks||SS||4|
|33||Ha-Song Kim (R)||25||Padres||SS||4|
|34||Chris Taylor (R)||30||Dodgers||Ss, k||4|
|35||Freddie Galvis (S)||31||Orioles||SS||4|
|37||Mike Bros. (R)||2.||Rays||1b, 3b||4|
|3.||Tire France (R)||24||Mariners||3b||4|
|38||Andres Jimenez (L)||22||Indians||3b, ss||4|
|39||D Strange-Gordon (L)||32||The reds||Ss *, off||4|
|40||Jurikasan Profar (S)||2.||Padres||Of||.|
|41||Michael Chavis (R)||25||red Sox||1 B, OF||.|
|42||Mauricio Dubon (R)||24||The giants||Ss, k||.|
|43||Wilmer Floors (R)||29||The giants||1b||.|
|4||Starlin Castro (R)||31||The citizens||–||.|
|45||Donovan Solano (R)||33||The giants||–||.|
|4||Joey Wendall (L)||30||Rays||3b, ss||.|
|४ 47||Luis Uris (R)||23||Brewers||3b, ss||.|
|४ 48||Isan Diaz (L)||24||Marlins||–||.|
|४ ९||Scott Kingery (R)||24||Phillies||3B, SS, OF||.|
|50||David Fletcher (R)||24||Angels||3B, SS, OF||.|