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2024 Dynasty Fantasy Baseball First Base Rankings

Bryce Harper - Philadelphia Phillies

The first base position has become quite top-heavy with Bryce Harper adding eligibility this year and Matt Olson mashing 54 home runs in 2023. They joined the top of an elite group that also features Pete Alonso, Freddie Freeman, and Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

With the emergence of young hitters like Triston Casas and Spencer Torkelson, the position appears to have more depth than it previously did.

The question remains: how do you balance ranking veterans with prospects for dynasty? We here at RotoBaller are here to help! Let's take a closer look into the top first basemen for dynasty in 2024.

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Ranking  Tier Player Name Pos
1 1 Bryce Harper 1B
2 1 Matt Olson 1B
3 1 Pete Alonso 1B
4 1 Freddie Freeman 1B
5 1 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 1B
6 2 Triston Casas 1B
7 2 Cody Bellinger 1B
8 2 Spencer Torkelson 1B
9 2 Vinnie Pasquantino 1B
10 3 Josh Naylor 1B
11 3 Paul Goldschmidt 1B
12 3 Yandy Diaz 1B
13 3 Christian Encarnacion-Strand 1B
14 3 Nathaniel Lowe 1B
15 3 Christian Walker 1B
16 4 Samuel Basallo 1B
17 4 Spencer Steer 1B
18 4 Kyle Manzardo 1B
19 4 Rhys Hoskins 1B
20 4 Andrew Vaughn 1B
21 5 Ryan Mountcastle 1B
22 5 Alec Bohm 1B
23 5 Heston Kjerstad 1B
24 5 Ty France 1B
25 5 Xavier Isaac 1B

For Chris's full dynasty first base and overall rankings, check out The Dynasty Dugout.

 

Tier 1 - Dynasty First Base Rankings

Bryce Harper returned from Tommy John Surgery in 2023 and proceeded to slash .293/.401/.499 with 21 home runs and 11 stolen bases in 546 plate appearances.

Harper showed the same elite skills he has always had even immediately after Tommy John. With a 15 percent barrel rate ranking in the 92nd percentile and an average exit velocity near 92 mph, Harper often smokes the ball and hits it at ideal launch angles. Another year removed from surgery, he should get back to being a 30-home run threat.

Still being efficient on the base paths, Harper has stolen 10 or more bases every season dating back to 2018 (excluding the shortened 2020 season in which he stole eight). Despite being 31, Harper should still be a consistent player and age well, much like Freddie Freeman.

Matt Olson mashed his way to a career season in 2023, hitting 54 home runs while driving in 139 runs in the process. The 29-year-old settled into his second season in Atlanta very nicely and was a key part of one of the best offenses in baseball.

The underlying data all support the strong season as Olson had a 56 percent hard-hit rate and a 16.4 percent barrel rate. He hits monstrous home runs that will clear any fence and should be one of the best power threats in baseball for the foreseeable future.

Olson does have a propensity to swing and miss, making contact on pitches in the zone at a 76 percent rate and 72 percent overall. The good news is that Olson handles all pitch types well and jumps on fastballs, making contact on 74 percent of those pitches while hitting .314 last year. You might be buying Olson at peak value in 2024, but he should continue to be a massive three-category contributor who does not kill you in batting average.

Pete Alonso is the most consistent hitter in baseball, averaging 44 home runs per season over his four full seasons in the MLB. During the shortened COVID year, he mashed 16, which prorated would be, you guessed it, 44 home runs.

While Alonso has also been a pretty safe .260 hitter throughout his career, he hit just .217 in 2023. It came courtesy of a .205 BABIP, which was the lowest qualified BABIP over the last three seasons. Alonso did see a small dip in zone contact but still sat at 82 percent, which is right at the MLB average, and his overall contact rate of 74 percent was also not reminiscent of a .217 batting average.

If someone in your league is down on Alonso, buy! Expect him to have another 40 home-run season with plenty of counting stats and a batting average that trends closer to .260.

Freddie Freeman continues to put up elite season after elite season despite being 34 years old. He's hit .300 or better in seven of the last eight seasons while also averaging 29 home runs per year (excluding 2020).

Freeman makes consistent contact and has the highest sweet spot percentage in baseball at 47 percent, meaning he hits the ball at ideal launch angles often. I would not consider Freeman a massive power threat, but because he makes so much contact and puts the ball on ideal launch angles often, Freeman will likely continue to be a 25-home run threat.

The biggest surprise in 2023 was that Freeman stole 23 bases, a career which followed up a career-high 13 in 2022. The speed and stolen bases won’t sustain, but Freeman could steal 10 bases again for the next two years, and I would not be surprised. It is hard to find a safer bet at first base.

Vlad Guerrero Jr. smashed 48 home runs in 2021 and slashed .311/.401/.601, leaving many to say his performance has been a bit disappointing. In 2023, he slashed just .264/.345/.444 with 26 home runs, and while they were solid results, they left many disappointed.

Guerrero Jr. still hits the ball very hard, posting an average exit velocity north of 92 mph, which was 91st percentile among all hitters. Unlike Freeman, whom we previously discussed, Guerrero does not have a high sweet spot rate, hitting the ball into the ground often, which limits the damage he does when he hits it hard.

While making solid contact, shown by an 85 percent in-zone contact rate, Guerrero does not strike out often and saw his strikeout rate dip below 15 percent last year. Guerrero actually feels like one of the better dynasty buys this offseason due to his value dipping and the potential return on investment.

 

Tier 2 - Dynasty First Base Rankings

Triston Casas’ second-half surge saw him look like the kind of player many thought he could be after a strong career in the minors. Across 211 second-half plate appearances, Casas hit 15 home runs while slashing .317/.417/.617, which increased the full season slash to .263/.367/.490 with 24 home runs.

There has been no questioning the power as Casas puts up elite exit velocities and saw his barrel rate settle at over 13 percent in 2023. He is also a very disciplined hitter, rarely chasing pitches out of the zone, which helped lead to a 14 percent walk rate. The profile plays better in an OBP format, but Casas was a massive second-half riser, and if the gains stick, he has the potential to jump near the top tier of first baseman.

Cody Bellinger has seen many ups and downs throughout his career, but 2023 was one of the ups. Across 556 plate appearances, Bellinger slashed .307/.356/.525 with 26 home runs and 20 stolen bases. The profile has evolved over the years, as he was once an elite power-hitter, mashing 47 home runs in 2019 to now focusing more on contact. The average exit velocity in 2019 was 91 mph, but in 2023, it sat at just 88 mph.

Meanwhile, the zone contact rate has drastically improved over the years and was up 7.5 percentage points from 2022 as he posted an 85 percent rate. The overall contact of 80 percent was also well above the league average.

While it is a weird profile, Bellinger hits the ball at ideal angles often and does not strike out much. If he can find a blend between contact and power, he could continue the big-time fantasy success that saw him finish the 2023 season as the 17th-ranked player on the Razzball Player Rater.

Spencer Torkelson put together a breakout season in 2023, which felt long awaited as he was the number one overall pick back in 2020. The expectations were sky-high, and when he struggled in his debut in 2022, many questioned the profile. Torkelson accumulated 684 plate appearances in 2023, hitting 31 home runs with a slash of .233/.313/.446.

While the slash line was rather unimpressive, it did come with a .269 BABIP, nearly .03 points below the league average, and solid contact rates that were right in line with the MLB average.

Torkelson saw his power take a step forward, posting an average exit velocity of 92 mph to pair with a 51 percent hard-hit rate. The barrel rate of 14 percent was in the 89th percentile among all hitters, so it was no surprise to see Torkelson get to 30 home runs. The batting average should take a step forward in 2024, but even if Torkelson is a .250-.260, there is plenty of value in his profile.

Vinnie Pasquantino emerged as one of the high-end first base prospects across 2021 and early 2022, leading to a call-up in late June 2022. Pasquantino proceeded to hit 10 home runs and slash .295/.383/.450 across 298 MLB plate appearances, leading to much excitement.

Unfortunately, he tore his labrum and had surgery in June 2023, causing him to miss the rest of the year. Coming back from a shoulder injury always leads to hard projections of players, but we saw guys like Josh Jung come back and hit for power right away, as did Logan O’Hoppe, giving hope that Pasquantino can hit the ground running upon his return in 2024.

The feel to hit plus pitch recognition skills lead to an exciting player for all formats, but Pasquantino can really shine in a points or OBP format. He could be a consistent 25-home run bat who posts solid batting averages and high OBPs.

 

Tier 3 - Dynasty First Base Rankings

Josh Naylor feels like one of the more underrated hitters at the first base position. In 2023, he posted a .308/.354/.489 slash line with 17 home runs and 10 stolen bases across 495 plate appearances. Naylor makes strong contact and had one of the lowest strikeout rates in baseball in 2023 while showing average power metrics. Being just 26 years old, Naylor still has plenty of good days ahead of him and could be a consistent source of 20 home runs and 10 stolen bases, all while posting solid batting averages.

Paul Goldschmidt is among the hardest players to evaluate in dynasty leagues as the stud first baseman is entering his age 36 season. 2023 was another solid year as Goldschmidt hit 25 home runs and stole 11 bases, but it came with the second-lowest batting average of his career and his first time under .290 since 2019.

While he is still hitting the ball hard and barreling it up well, Goldschmidt saw his contact rates take a step back for the third year in a row, and the overall contact rate was just 37th percentile among all hitters. While the hard decline likely does not happen in 2024, Goldschmidt might be a player to sell off now in dynasty to maximize your return.

Yandy Diaz had a career-best season in 2023, mashing 22 home runs while slashing .330/.410/.522 in 2023. Diaz mashed 12 home runs over the first two months of the season (205 plate appearances) while adding just 10 the rest of the year (395 plate appearances). It is clear in the chart below that Diaz hits the ball on the ground too much, but when he is lifting, he gets to power.

Yandy Diaz power performance versus ground balls

Diaz has one of the best contact/plate discipline profiles in baseball and hits the ball extremely hard. If he can lift the ball consistently in 2024, he will soar up this list.

Christian Encarnacion-Strand burst onto the scene in Triple-A this year, hitting 20 home runs in 67 games while slashing .331/.405/.637, earning a promotion to Cincinnati. While the slash line dropped off a bit in the MLB, Encarnacion-Strand still hit 13 home runs in 63 games. While having a hyper-aggressive profile, Encarnacion-Strand has consistently made the profile work, hitting the ball extremely hard and hitting for average. With regular playing time, there is a chance we could see him vault up the rankings.

Nathaniel Lowe had a "down year" in 2023 in which he slashed .262/.360/.414 while hitting 17 home runs in 724 plate appearances. Following a season in which he hit 27 home runs with a .302 batting average in 2022, Lowe's 2023 looked disappointing. As one of the more disciplined hitters who also makes strong contact, 2024 could be a bounce-back. I am buying in both redraft and dynasty leagues.

Christian Walker has finished as a top-45 player each of the last two seasons, which I figure most people would not have guessed, but all he has done is mash. Having 69 nice home runs between the last two years and even stole 11 bases in 2023. Walker won't provide high-end batting averages, but he makes respectable contact and has struck out less than 20 percent of the time each of the last two years. There are no warning signs that Walker will regress in 2024, and he still feels undervalued, considering the production of the last two seasons.

 

Tier 4 - Dynasty First Base Rankings

Samuel Basallo burst onto the scene in Baltimore's organization in 2023, hitting 20 home runs across three minor league levels while slashing .313/.402/.551. The power is quite advanced, and the hit tool has developed very nicely. Basallo’s 90th percentile exit velocity was one of the best for his age, checking in over 106 mph. The contact skills also play as Basallo posted a 73 percent contact rate on the season. The investment in Basallo is worth it, even if he does move to first base long-term.

Spencer Steer's 2023 season seems like it flew under the radar amid all the talent that was called up to Cincinnati last year, but Steer hit 23 home runs while stealing 15 bases and a .271/.356/.464 slash line. Having strong plate discipline skills, Steer plays up in an OBP format, and while the underlying power metrics are underwhelming, his bat plays up well in Great American Ball Park. Given that he steals bases and has multi-position eligibility, Steer is a sneaky good dynasty asset.

Kyle Manzardo has a strong feel for contact, leaving the barrel in the zone for a long time. He made contact on 80 percent of pitches in 2023 with a zone contact rate of 90 percent. The contact has always been strong, but some questioned the ability to get to power after 2022.

Making major strides in that department, Manzardo posted an average exit velocity north of 90 mph with a 90th percentile of 104.5 mph. Those numbers were up from 88.2 and 102.6 mph in 2022. Manzardo has a unique profile at first base and has the potential to be the everyday first baseman in Cleveland in 2024.

Rhys Hoskins missed the entire 2023 season after suffering a knee injury during spring training. Having high-end power, Hoskins has averaged 33 home runs per 150 games played, boding well for him wherever he lands in 2024. The batting averages won't wow you, but he is consistent, averaging between .245 and .247 in four of the last five seasons. Hoskins is one of the better buys among dynasty first basemen and plays up significantly in a points or OBP format.

Andrew Vaughn has not quite lived up to the high-end expectations placed on him after being selected third overall in 2019. He has been a consistent hitter but is not flashy at all, and in 2023, he managed 21 home runs while slashing .258/.314/.429, giving him the same slugging percentage two years in a row. Vaughn may still find another level as a hitter, considering he is only 25 years old, but for now, he remains a solid CI option in deeper leagues.

 

Tier 5 - Dynasty First Base Rankings

Ryan Mountcastle has become a steady producer at the plate and one that provides enough value to be someone who is consistently fantasy-relevant. While the power metrics look very good under the hood, including an 83rd percentile average exit velocity and a 79th percentile barrel rate, he only managed 18 home runs across 115 games in 2023. He probably lost four or five home runs with the expanded left-field fence in Camden Yards. He is still just 26 years old, and there is a chance there is more in the tank.

Alec Bohm had fairly high expectations placed on him as a prospect after a strong 2019, and then his first taste of the MLB saw him hit .338. With unrealistic expectations, it was no surprise to see many fade him quickly in 2021 after some struggles. Still, Bohm has improved every season and is coming off a year in which he hit 20 home runs and hit .274. Making high-end contact, Bohm is a candidate to have consistently good batting averages and should consistently sit around 20 home runs.

Heston Kjerstad has had quite the journey to make it to the majors after being selected second overall in 2020; developing myocarditis and then having a hamstring injury caused him to accumulate just 67 pro games until 2023. After starting the season in Double-A, Kjerstad spent most of 2023 in Triple-A, where he combined to hit 21 home runs and over .300, earning a promotion to Baltimore.

Kjerstad is rather aggressive but hits the ball hard and makes strong contact, especially on pitches in the zone. He has a chance to play regularly in Baltimore in 2024, where he could split time between outfield, first base, or designated hitter.

Ty France's numbers have steadily dipped each of the last two years, and 2023 was quite disappointing as he played 158 games and managed just 12 home runs with a .250/.337/.366 slash line. France talked about "not having his swing" for nearly a year and a half, which is interesting, but he is working out at Driveline this offseason, which could pay dividends. He may get back to being a 20-home run bat who posts strong batting averages and OBPs.

Xavier Isaac has prodigious power for a young player who spent the 2023 season as a 19-year-old, posting a 108 mph 90th percentile exit velocity to pair with an 89 mph average exit velocity. Isaac has also hit some majestic home runs, maxing out at 115 mph.

The contact skills have shown to be questionable at times, as he posted just a 67 percent contact rate in 2023, which dropped down in the second half to 65 percent. The zone contact also showed slightly below average at 77 percent. The good news is that Isaac had a strong strike zone recognition and chased just 22 percent of pitches out of the zone, leading to solid walk rates near 15 percent in 2023.

While Isaac often hits the ball at ideal launch angles, the number was actually near zero degrees to the pull side, which, if corrected, could lead to big-time power outputs. While Isaac is not the best runner, I mentioned his athleticism, and it showed as he was 12 for 12 on stolen base attempts in 2023.

If you enjoyed these write-ups and rankings, you can see Chris's top-75 dynasty first base rankings plus a full top 1,000 dynasty and prospect list at The Dynasty Dugout.



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Football never sleeps at RotoBaller! We're already digging into what the fantasy football landscape will look like in 2024. RotoBaller's David Rispoli breaks down three sneaky fantasy football winners of the NFL free agency period. Win MORE in 2024 with RotoBaller! Be sure to tune into RotoBaller Radio on SiriusXM (channel Sirius 210, XM 87)... Read More


Puka Nacua - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, Waiver Wire Pickups

Top 300 Early Fantasy Football Best Ball Rankings for 2024 (Pre-NFL Draft)

Hey, RotoBallers! While it feels like the NFL season just ended, it's never too early to start preparing for your upcoming fantasy football drafts. Fantasy managers are already preparing for 2024 by drafting in best ball leagues. Today, we will review our NFL team's early 2024 fantasy football best ball rankings for the top 300 fantasy... Read More


Brian Thomas Jr. - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

2024 NFL Mock Draft: Rounds 1, 2, 3 Predictions (Post Stefon Diggs Trade)

The better part of free agency is done. While we continue to watch the depth pieces trickle through on smaller deals, the lion’s share of noteworthy moves are behind us. That is usually a sign that another mock draft is needed. In this mock, I will dive three rounds deep. I will factor in A... Read More


2024 Dynasty Startup Blueprint - FFPC Draft Strategies and More

There's nothing quite like the feel of a new dynasty startup and the anticipation of your incoming draft slot as you decide which players you want to make up the cornerstone of your roster for years to come. While we still have to wait four months for some live NFL action, the good news about... Read More


Malik Nabers - Fantasy Football Rankings, College FB, WR, NFL Draft Sleepers

2024 NFL Mock Draft: First-Rounder with Trades

The 2024 NFL Draft is less than 10 days away. Yet, the next several days will feel like a lifetime for NFL Draft fans. While everyone wants to discuss the quarterback class and the first few picks, the NFL Draft doesn’t end after the first round. This year’s draft class will have several impact players... Read More


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Who is the Top Wide Receiver in 2024 Fantasy Football?

It feels like just yesterday we watched Patrick Mahomes get showered in confetti, lifting the Lombardi Trophy for the third time. The NFL Draft is nearly upon us, though, and the fantasy football offseason is beginning to pick up steam. It's never too early to predict which players will sit atop the leaderboards at the... Read More


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

Blockbuster Trade Ideas for the 2024 NFL Draft

The 2024 NFL Draft is three weeks away, and the rumor mill is heating up. While the NFL Draft is full of chaos and excitement without trade action, everyone loves to see a blockbuster deal made. A few expected blockbuster deals are getting thrown around on social media, headlined by the Minnesota Vikings trading into... Read More


Michael Penix Jr. - CFB DFS Picks, Daily College Fantasy Football, NFL Draft Rookies

Quarterback 2024 NFL Mock Draft - Projected Landing Spots and NFL Draft Analysis

Believe it or not, the 2024 NFL Draft is less than two weeks away. While we can never make a perfect prediction of which teams will select which players, we do have a strong sense of major areas of weakness for individual teams. With that in mind, we can explore some of the teams that... Read More