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Updated First Base Rankings - 5x5 Roto (Mixed Leagues)

The clock ticks ever closer to Opening Day and we here at RotoBaller are back to give one final round of position-by-position analysis with a mixed-league, 5x5 framework. We’re going to start at the most glorious position on the field: first base. No, I didn’t play first myself, why do you ask? While there are some fun late-round flyers here, 1B is not a position to wait until the late rounds to fill.

Our mixed-league staff rankings come straight from the minds of myselfJB BransonPierre CamusBill Dubiel and Scott Engel. We’ve got them broken down into tiers for your digestive benefit and to help ease along the analytical process. Our ranks are some of the deepest you can find -- checking in at over 750 players! -- and we'll be updating them right through Opening Day, so be sure to bookmark our fantasy baseball rankings dashboard for the latest and greatest.

Without any more delay, let's test our sprint speed and hustle to the updated fantasy baseball first base rankings for March. Staff ranks are as of March 18th, 2019.

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First Base Tiered Ranks - 5x5 Mixed Leagues (March)

In case you missed it, our very own "Big Pick Nick" Mariano was recently named the #1 overall most accurate industry expert ranker for the 2018 season. You can see his secret sauce below! Additionally, industry legend Scott Engel recently joined the RotoBaller team and provides his insights as well. Scott is a FSWA Hall Of Famer and award winner.

Rank Tier Player Position Nick Pierre Bill JB Scott Auction $
1 1 Freddie Freeman 1B 22 9 23 22 20 31
2 1 Paul Goldschmidt 1B 20 29 18 19 21 31
3 2 Anthony Rizzo 1B 30 35 34 30 29 25
4 2 Rhys Hoskins 1B/OF 41 26 56 42 39 24
5 2 Cody Bellinger 1B/OF 43 44 43 37 51 23
6 2 Matt Carpenter 1B/2B/3B 68 40 39 43 69 23
7 3 Joey Votto 1B 47 71 45 50 87 20
8 3 Jose Abreu 1B 70 54 66 64 60 18
9 4 J.T. Realmuto C/1B 97 64 91 67 50 14
10 4 Daniel Murphy 1B/2B 78 97 81 85 79 14
11 4 Jesus Aguilar 1B 98 84 89 89 83 13
12 4 Matt Olson 1B 91 90 114 107 64 13
13 4 Robinson Cano 1B/2B 103 118 105 102 104 12
14 4 Travis Shaw 1B/2B/3B 113 107 104 114 103 12
15 4 Edwin Encarnacion 1B 81 99 79 93 215 12
16 4 Joey Gallo 3B/1B/OF 84 102 102 120 165 12
17 4 Max Muncy 1B/2B/3B 150 120 124 111 88 11
18 5 Miguel Cabrera 1B 126 149 135 143 156 9
19 5 Ian Desmond OF/1B 141 186 140 128 127 8
20 5 Eric Hosmer 1B 149 162 146 132 155 6
20 5 Luke Voit 1B 153 166 123 180 124 6
21 5 Ryan Braun 1B/OF 139 170 148 165 171 6
22 5 Jurickson Profar SS/3B/1B/2B 192 197 143 137 147 6
23 5 Carlos Santana 1B/3B 134 200 170 173 231 6
24 6 Justin Smoak 1B 144 180 195 226 194 5
25 6 Tyler White 1B 157 163 191 211 224 5
26 6 Buster Posey C/1B 221 173 197 186 237 4
27 6 Yuli Gurriel 1B/2B/3B 204 175 237 213 241 4
28 6 Trey Mancini 1B/OF 188 213 214 227 244 4
29 6 Josh Bell 1B 214 225 201 244 218 3
31 6 Jake Bauers 1B/OF 246 227 233 247 157 3
32 6 Jose Martinez OF/1B 260 233 152 193 277 3
33 6 Pete Alonso 1B 291 238 275 215 105 2
34 7 C.J. Cron 1B 244 251 249 224 163 2
35 7 Ryan Zimmerman 1B 190 204 225 296 #N/A 2
36 7 Miguel Sano 1B/3B 304 181 159 267 247 2
37 7 Marwin Gonzalez 1B/2B/SS/OF 231 234 367 238 257 2
38 7 Brandon Belt 1B/OF 258 286 287 307 #N/A 1
39 7 Yonder Alonso 1B 427 266 248 248 246 1
40 7 Justin Bour 1B 271 270 266 347 #N/A 1
41 7 Jay Bruce OF/1B 374 247 267 264 298 1
42 7 Ryan O'Hearn 1B 305 331 306 324 299 1
43 7 Niko Goodrum 1B/2B/3B/SS/OF 328 221 393 366 297 1
44 8 Kendrys Morales 1B 248 283 286 504 291 1
45 8 Ryan McMahon 1B/3B/2B 371 272 360 392 287 1
46 8 Wilmer Flores 1B/3B/2B 203 317 508 396 259 1
47 8 Ronald Guzman 1B 325 242 437 414 #N/A 1
48 8 Mitch Moreland 1B 322 297 307 498 #N/A 1
49 8 Tucker Barnhart C/1B 280 458 426 297 #N/A 1
50 8 Eric Thames 1B/OF 407 303 378 400 #N/A 1
51 8 Ryon Healy 1B 401 271 419 408 #N/A 1
52 8 Chris Davis 1B 413 342 338 466 #N/A 1
53 8 Tyler Austin 1B 500 259 352 470 #N/A 1
54 8 Neil Walker 1B/2B 372 344 #N/A 473 #N/A 1
55 8 Adam Duvall 1B/OF 463 287 258 609 #N/A 1
56 8 Albert Pujols 1B 367 341 407 503 #N/A 1
57 8 Greg Bird 1B 441 370 358 497 #N/A 1
58 8 Steve Pearce 1B/2B/OF 434 382 357 505 #N/A 1
59 8 Colin Moran 3B/1B 440 391 469 434 #N/A 1
60 8 Jose Osuna 1B/OF #N/A 396 471 #N/A #N/A 1
61 8 John Hicks C/1B 449 522 504 367 #N/A 1
62 8 Jedd Gyorko 1B/3B 513 375 420 545 #N/A 1
63 8 Rowdy Tellez 1B 475 333 447 605 #N/A 1
64 8 Dan Vogelbach 1B 456 387 477 578 #N/A 1
65 9 Logan Morrison 1B #N/A 525 #N/A #N/A #N/A 1
66 9 Ehire Adrianza SS/1B/3B #N/A 406 514 690 #N/A 1
67 9 A.J. Reed 1B 564 422 496 674 #N/A 1
68 9 David Freese 1B/3B 607 413 541 596 #N/A 1
69 9 Matt Adams 1B 581 #N/A #N/A 517 #N/A 1
70 9 Nate Lowe 1B 620 541 #N/A 513 #N/A 1
71 9 Mark Canha 1B #N/A 587 #N/A 557 #N/A 1
72 9 Miguel Rojas 1B/2B/3B/SS #N/A #N/A #N/A 581 #N/A 1
73 9 Victor Caratini C/1B #N/A 624 #N/A 573 #N/A 1
74 9 Christian Walker 1B #N/A #N/A #N/A 621 #N/A 1
75 9 Dominic Smith 1B #N/A 634 #N/A #N/A #N/A 1
76 9 Austin Slater 1B/OF #N/A #N/A #N/A 638 #N/A 1
77 9 Mark Reynolds 1B #N/A #N/A #N/A 652 #N/A 1
78 9 Garrett Cooper 1B #N/A #N/A #N/A 653 #N/A 1
79 9 Hanley Ramirez 1B #N/A 636 #N/A 673 #N/A 1
80 9 Chris Shaw 1B 645 #N/A #N/A 672 #N/A 1
81 9 Kevin Cron 1B #N/A #N/A #N/A 676 #N/A 1


Rankings Analysis - Top Tiers

Tier One

There’s little argument within our cohort about who the top-two first baggers are, with Freddie Freeman and Paul Goldschmidt pulling away from the rest towards the top-20. Interestingly, four of us have no more than a five-pick gap between the two, whereas Pierre puts Freeman at No. 9 overall and Goldschmidt at 29.

Now, I love Freeman but I can’t vault him into my top-10 unless I knew the elite power would be there. Freeman will always smash the ball with authority, but his fly-ball rate dropped nearly 10 percentage points from ‘17 to ‘18 with an identical rise in line-drive rate. This helped fuel his usual .300-.310 batting average, but 23 homers, 10 steals and an R+RBI tally under 200 despite over 700 plate appearances doesn't scream "first-round production." All projection systems roughly agree on a healthy 95-28-95-9-.300 line, which is wonderful, but I can’t see another leap coming.

Then there’s Goldy, who shed an early-season slump that lasted nearly two months only to put up a 1.019 OPS from the closing days of May on. At 31 years old, it’s unfair to expect the days of 15+ steals from him -- he had 11 attempts last season -- and looking to ‘17 isn’t quite fair either. 12 of his 18 steals in 2017 came in the first two months, and then he only stole six the rest of the way. The power and capacity for a .300 average should still be there, along with strong counting stats in the middle of STL’s order, but projecting more than 10 steals feels optimistic. This results in a line similar to Freeman’s that I’m perfectly happy drafting in the second round.

Tier Two

The second tier has a clear frontrunner in Anthony Rizzo, who should be able to cover the power stats of Tier One but will have a slightly lower batting average and a lower range of outcomes for speed. It's worth noting that he's topped 100 RBI in four consecutive years and had hit at least 31 homers in four straight seasons prior to 2018. Getting a high-floor power bat that can contribute speed and some average is commendable.

While I am bullish on Rhys Hoskins, it’s clear that Pierre -- who has Hoskins at 26, even above Goldy at 29 -- is a big fan of my No. 1 bold prediction that Hoskins would outproduce Bryce Harper. I’ll need to see some speed or a higher batting average to make that jump in my rankings, but I can envision the ceiling in Year Three for Hoskins.

Cody Bellinger falls just behind Hoskins, though he’s similar in having a sophomore setback after an outrageously-hot rookie campaign. Belly and Hoskins also grant you 1B/OF flexibility, but I think those seeking a floor will go with Hoskins and those reaching for ceiling go Bellinger due to the speed element and slightly higher average.

Finally, Matt Carpenter hit the soul out of the ball from mid-May to mid-August, posting a slugging percentage north of .700 across nearly half a season that made everyone forget that pesky .272 SLG from his first 35 games. We aren’t weighing OBP here so his patience “simply” equates to more runs for our interests, and he’s still unlikely to chip in more than a handful of steals or top 85 RBI. Projections settle around 90-28-80-.255, which is solid but more in line with Scott and I rather than Pierre, Bill and JB putting him around No. 40 overall. I get it, the ceiling is there, but I’m trying not to overweigh the spikes.

Tier Three

It’s debatable that Votto should be in with Tier Two, or that Carpenter should be among Tier Three with these guys, but I felt comfortable carving out Votto and Abreu as their own grouping. Votto’s penchant for contact in a hitter-friendly park and a much-improved lineup has me seeing a resurgence in counting stats. Abreu isn’t bad by any means and I’m surprised to be the low man, but I still worry about the ChiSox lineup and Abreu’s production relative to later names. For what it’s worth, Statcast still gave Abreu an expected batting average (xBA) of .280, as well as grading him with the highest exit velocity (91.3 MPH) of his four-year Statcast window. He’ll be fine.


Rankings Analysis - Middle Tiers

Tier Four

This is a gigantic tier — full of nine players, though J.T. Realmuto will always slide in a C instead —and you do not want to wait past them. Murphy gets to rake in Coors Field, with experts such as Scott and myself putting him within the top-80 and no one landing him beyond No. 100. Encarnacion can still bring it in my eyes and three of my colleagues, but Scott has him beyond 100 picks lower than all of us.

Most of the other names are steady, but I must note my “bullishness” on Joey Gallo is likely still too low. The “BA drain” is rather overstated in relation to his insane power. His overall 5x5 finish last year was 90th, despite only notching 577 PAs and hitting .206 along the way. He led all hitters (min. 150 batted-ball events) with an 11.4% Barrels/PA rate, as well as pacing the field with an average exit velocity on flies and liners of 99.8 MPH. It’s pretty scary to see 40 homers as a floor, but if he closes on 600 PAs and carries over a few of these bunt hits from Spring Training then I’m very excited.

Tier Five

This is where hopes and dreams start to come alive, as you can see I believe in the resurgence of Miguel Cabrera and Ryan Braun, as well as being bullish with Carlos Santana back at Progressive Field. The only one I’m down on here is Profar, though no one is slotting him in at first base anyway. I’ll let someone else take up that battle.

Braun seems to be a popular rebound candidate as people see through the .254/.313/.469 slash line of 2018. He only played in 125 games and hasn’t topped 140 contests in a season since 2012, but 20-plus homers and double-digit steals are very much on the table. In fact, 2018 was Braun’s best Statcast year in the four seasons that BaseballSavant displays, with an xBA of .296, xSLG of .515 and a 49.5% hard-hit rate! He still runs, he can clearly still hit and Milwaukee’s lineup is stacked. Deal me in.

Tier Six

Our individual ranks illustrate the polarizing nature of these players well. Scott is all-in on Pete Alonso, which I’m all for if I didn’t have to bake in the Mets toying with playing time. That infield is so crowded even with Jed Lowrie getting hurt, as they may give Dominic Smith a real shot at the 1B job. If Alonso does get playing time then you’re looking at 25 homers, maybe more. I respect it.

I would rather scoop Justin Smoak and Tyler White, who I think are getting overlooked for different reasons. Heck, even Trey Mancini deserves more pop from the community. Maybe people think Smoak’s crazy 2017 was a mirage at age-30, but 25 homers and an OPS above .800 is still solid. Toronto’s offense will improve around him as the youngsters come up. Plus, Statcast still gave him a fourth-straight season with a hard-hit rate above 41% and a Barrel rate above 10%, so the life remains within his bat.

White swings a strong bat and plays in one of the top offenses in baseball, one that doesn’t have Evan Gattis clogging the DH anymore, yet his ADP doesn’t reflect the range of outcomes. The fact that he’s 28 years old and has yet to play a full season in the Majors may also influence perception here. Let their blind spot be your gain as 25 homers, an average that won’t help or harm you and Houston counting stats.


Rankings Analysis - Lower Tiers

Tier Seven

Again, you can find players here that some of us view as top-200 players and viable starters in 12-team formats. Scott loves C.J. Cron. I back Ryan Zimmerman. Pierre and Bill are still in on Miguel Sano. While you don’t want to lean on them, there is value to be mined. I’d be remiss if I didn’t stump for my boy, Zimmy, whose 9.9% Barrels/PA rate was fifth in the Majors out of batters with at least 200 batted-ball events. Joey Gallo, Khris Davis, J.D. Martinez and Mookie Betts were the only ones ahead of him. Not bad, eh? Just stay healthy!

For what it’s worth, Cron ranked 31st on that list (out of 281 hitters) so he’s no slouch either. That said, let me explain my trepidation with Cron. His healthy barrel rate was actually backed by a loss in average exit velocity (89.2 MPH to 88 MPH flat) and a slip in launch angle, from 18 degrees to 15.2 degrees. His HR/FB rate had stayed within 12-15%, yet last season it flew to 21.4%. This seems like an outlier season to me, so the 225-250 range feels right for maybe 25 homers and a .260 average with no speed.

Tiers Eight and Nine

Can you tell that I’m aboard Team Wilmer? Yes, Flores should have an everyday path to PAs in AZ even after the Adam Jones signing and I am here for it. He’d put up HR/FB rates of 13.6% in ‘16 and ‘17 before it nearly cut in half at 7% last season. At least it came with a five-percentage-point drop in strikeouts -- tough to achieve in today’s climate -- that resulted in a measly 9.8% K rate. He’s still just 27 and THE BAT projects him for a useful 70-21-79-.277 line, with Fangraphs’ Depth Charts going further at 70-23-89-.282. Arizona is no longer a hitter’s park, but I’ll pay the $0 entry fee here.

Ryan McMahon would vault up if he wins the starting 2B job in Colorado, but it’s more likely that he and Hampson wind up splitting time as 2B/super-utility types. I want to believe that the Rockies will suddenly wake up and learn how to manage their youth well, but I cannot project that in good faith.

Those going for upside late should also give Dan Vogelbach a look. Out of options and with Ryon Healy manning third base in the wake of Kyle Seager’s injury, Vogelbach should have the inside track at first base to open 2019 and has already been told he’s on the Opening Day roster in Japan. What he does with the shot will determine his longevity and fantasy usefulness, but he crushed 20 homers in 84 Triple-A games last year and has pop worth monitoring.

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Tyjae Spears - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Early 2024 Running Back Sleepers And Draft Targets For Fantasy Football

Running backs have always dominated the first round of fantasy drafts, but that has changed in recent years. Taking a wide receiver in the first round has become a more likely strategy by fantasy managers. In 2024 drafts, more wideouts should be going in the first round than running backs. However, that doesn't mean running... Read More

Latest Updates on Injured NFL Quarterbacks: Aaron Rodgers, Kirk Cousins, Anthony Richardson, Joe Burrow, Deshaun Watson, and Daniel Jones

The 2024 offseason is still in the early stages, but it's time to check on six franchise quarterbacks who suffered major injuries during the 2023 campaign. A franchise missing its quarterback to begin a season can mightily derail its chances to win, creating a massive hole to climb out of. We have the latest injury... Read More

Rome Odunze - College Football Rankings, NCAA CFB DFS Lineup Picks

Best Fantasy Football Landing Spots For 2024 Rookie Wide Receivers

With the NFL Draft quickly approaching, the ramifications of where some of these players get selected will have a significant impact on their fantasy football value. In dynasty leagues, fantasy managers may not worry about landing spots as much because once you draft them in that kind of league, you have them for their entire... Read More

Jayden Daniels - Fantasy Football Rankings, College FB, QB, NFL Draft Sleepers

Coach Knows Ball: Jayden Daniels 2024 NFL Draft Film Breakdown Of LSU QB

Welcome to Coach Knows Ball, an NFL Draft series analyzing the top prospects in the 2024 class. I'm a college football coach with nine years of NCAA experience and have been scouting NFL Draft prospects for over 15 years. This series will give a deep dive into the film of some of the top players... Read More

Rome Odunze - College Football Rankings, NCAA CFB DFS Lineup Picks

Top Five WR Prospects Of The 2024 NFL Draft: Scouting Reports And Analysis

Ah, the sweet season of the NFL Draft, the light at the end of the post-Super Bowl tunnel of despair. As the last bits of confetti find their resting places and the echoes of the game's final moments whisper into silence, we all start to dream a little bigger. It's this enchanted time when losses... Read More

Tyjae Spears - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Fantasy Football Running Backs Rankings (Tiers 4-8)- 2024 Best Ball Leagues

We are now rapidly approaching the process of free agency, which will soon provide pathways for some running backs to seize significant roles in their new landing spots. Josh Jacobs, Saquon Barkley, Derrick Henry, Tony Pollard, Austin Ekeler, and D'Andre Swift are among the collection of backs who could resurface in new environments. The player movement that will eventually... Read More

Anthony Richardson - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL News

Early 2024 Quarterback Sleepers And Draft Targets For Fantasy Football

The quarterback landscape in fantasy has changed in recent years with more and more managers selecting one early. Last year, Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, and Jalen Hurts all went in the first three rounds. That shouldn't change either in 2024 fantasy drafts, but the order of those quarterbacks might.  After another QB1 finish, Allen should... Read More