Fantasy Baseball: Rankings – Top-300 Update

We’re through just about one month of the season and what better time to tweak our top-300 fantasy baseball rankings for the rest of the 2013 season! Consider the list below a cheat sheet if you were drafting a fresh team today or to gauge trade value for the remainder of the season.┬áIn addition to the overall list, we have a position-by-position breakdown of the entire list. Check back later in the week as we delve further to each position, discussing some of the biggest riser’s and fallers in the rankings.

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4 responses to “Fantasy Baseball: Rankings – Top-300 Update”

  1. Dan Phillips says:

    I see you have HanRam around 11-12 in your rankings in 3B and SS. I am looking to trade him right now in a few leagues. What can i expect to get for him. I was expecting a tier 2 guy??
    Thanks again

    • It’s all going to depend on just how much some one else in your league is going to trust the guy. I actually think you are better off holding off on Hanley until he’s actually back on the field and THEN trying to move him. Once your league-mates see him back on the field, the discounted price vanishes and then you will be able to get proper value.

  2. One note about the Rankings, Reds’ rookie starter Tony Cingrani is not yet in the Fantasy Pros system, but he’ll slot in as a Tier 4 starting pitcher following his ridiculous run to start the season (given that he hangs on to a rotation spot).

  3. Kevin says:

    Looks like Starling Marte is due for a promotion up a few tiers, don’t you think? Cuddyer in tier 7?

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