The first base position remains a cornerstone of your fantasy baseball lineup and you’ll be looking to lock in 25-30 homers and 90 RBI baseline at the position. Despite a small elite tier, the top first baseman are lingering into round two in drafts this spring, but reliability can dry up quickly at the position.
Studs (ADP): Paul Goldschmidt (19), Freddie Freeman (21), Anthony Rizzo (33)
Targets: Daniel Murphy (85), Edwin Encarnacion (96), Miguel Cabrera (161), Luke voit (176), Justin Smoak (200), Ryan Zimmerman (297)
Overpriced: Matt Carpenter (63), Travis Shaw (94), Eric Hosmer (152)