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Top 300 Rankings & Analysis (Part 1)


Welcome, RotoBallers. You may have noticed that we're rolling out a ton of rankings content for the 2016 season. Included in this effort is our Top 300 staff rankings, which you can view by clicking that link or scrolling all the way down below.

In addition to yours truly, Brad Johnson and Nick Mariano participated in the initial phase, and we're hoping to add a few more of our experts to the mix in future updates. For now, Nick and I are here to dissect the rankings. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and in the end, you'll learn something about who you really are, man. Or not.

Anyway, let's kick things off at first base.

 

First Base Rankings Analysis

Kyle Bishop (@amoralpanic)

Brad isn't here to defend his controversial ranking of Jose Abreu, so obviously we need to make fun of him for it. At 34, I'm actually right between his rank on Abreu (50) and yours (18), but even my ranking was seen as too low by some readers, and his early ADP and expert consensus (via FantasyPros) agree with your valuation. Abreu's hit 30 homers in each of his first two seasons and only eight qualified hitters posted a higher wOBA, so I understand the criticism. The thing is, half of those eight are first basemen. I know both of us wrestled with how much weight to give to positional considerations; it's probably the most challenging aspect of doing overall rankings, to be honest. It's possible that I overthought this in a few cases, Abreu being one of them.

It's much the same story with Adrian Gonzalez, Prince Fielder, and Albert Pujols - Brad's the negative nancy, with you the optimist and me in between. Is it becoming obvious that I'm a middle child? In Pujols' case at least, I think Brad's lower ranking is much more easily justified. Pujols hit 40 homers last year, but that was paired with a .244 average. And at 36, having looked every bit of it in 2014 and even in the early going last season, there's a lot more risk involved here.

The other first baseman I want to talk about is Lucas Duda. Brad and I both have him comfortably inside the top 100, but you've got him way down at 182 (behind Andrew friggin' Cashner, which we'll get into later). Why is that?

 

Nick Mariano (@NMariano53)

Greetings Kyle, cardboard cutout of Brad, and all you RotoBallers. Can I preemptively state my regret about Andrew Cashner's ranking? No? Okay, I'll just tuck that away for later.

Diving right into it, Jose Abreu and the curious case of first basemen personally has me handcuffed all up and down the top 300. I think there is really something to be said for where you throw your weight behind at the position, but just because there are a bunch of productive first basemen doesn't change how I think they'll finish. When I look at other positions I just like these tiers of 1Bs more than those. Maybe it's because I played first base in high school? Am I that biased? I need to re-think my life.

As for Abreu, I love his range of outcomes. His floor feels pretty set right around 30 home runs, though you could certainly accuse me of "playing it safe" with my Abreu ranking. His swinging strike rate dropped from 14.4% to 11.4% and his average fly ball distance actually went up from 2014, and he also gets Todd Frazier's bat in the lineup instead of relying on Tyler Saladino manning the hot corner. I'm in on him as my 1B4, which puts him right around #18 for me. You want to put him at the end of third round, maybe you can sell me on that. Brad putting him in as a fifth rounder though? I can't.

I can appreciate that stance with Pujols, I will admit to probably having some rose-tinted glasses on when it comes to his foot surgery recovery. Consider this though, his BABIP was a hilariously low .217 last year (previous three years: .282, .258, .265) and I can't see that average being that bad again even if he's legitimately hopping on one leg to first base. He posted his highest ISO (.236) since 2011. I'm cool with Phat Albert still.

Okay, so when we had our first mock draft last week Lucas Duda's name jumped out to me. I probably need to bring him (and that next tier of 1B) up a bit in the next round, I know I goofed in leaving Adam Lind ahead of him amidst Lind's trade. That said, I just don't like Duda. I don't trust his "growth" against lefties in 2015 to be real, as he had an outrageous .378 BABIP vs. lefties. He still walked only 5.3% of the time (14% vs. RHP) and struck out 31.8% of the time (22.7% vs. RHP). Not saying his lefty woes are reasons to hate him, but as that regresses, his overall line should take a step back. His BABIP vs. RHP should see some positive correction (it was .255), but nowhere near what his LHP figure should see.

 

Third Base Rankings Analysis

Nick Mariano (@NMariano53)

Let's stick with those corner infielders and kick on over to the other side of the diamond at third basemen. Todd Frazier apparently sent me roses during the offseason to bribe me into giving him a high ranking. My optimism continues to attract the spotlight, as I've got him 19 spots above you and an insane 36 on Brad here. I know he isn't the first half stud muffin we saw lift the trophy at the Home Run Derby, but he also isn't "cable" Todd Frazier from the second half either. He's a durable guy who now joins a White Sox lineup that many slate for a collective step forward. I love the steals that he chips in too.

Another big name here that demands a chat is Adrian Beltre. You have him at #45 while Brad and I are both much cooler on him at #62 and #68, respectively. FantasyPros thinks we all have our heads in the clouds, with the current consensus ranking of Beltre checking in at #97. His ISO is slipping, his average fly ball distance is dropping, and I can't see anything but further slippage here. As the unofficial president of the Beltre fan club, what is your statement?

 

Kyle Bishop (@amoralpanic)

Steamer projections aren't gospel, of course, but here's what they look like for Pujols and Duda:

Pujols: 584 PA, .260 BA, 27 HR, 72 R, 86 RBI, 4 SB

Duda: 545 PA, .238 BA, 23 HR, 64 R, 70 RBI, 2 SB

Those seem pretty reasonable to me, and definitely don't justify ranking one guy 120 spots lower than the other. Even if you don't trust Duda's improvement against southpaws - I don't either - he's still managed to finish eighth among qualified first basemen in both homers and OPS over the past two seasons. I expect the two to provide similar production in 2016.

Beltre fan club president? I don't think I've ever been president of anything, and I don't aim to start now. That said, I probably was a bit overzealous in my ranking on him. As consistently excellent as he's been this decade, he'll be 37 in April and is coming off his worst season since his days in Seattle. In my defense, however, he was an absolute monster down the stretch after scuffling in the first few months. I'm just not ready to write the guy off because of a couple of subpar months, especially since he turned it around despite a torn thumb ligament. His current ADP seems to imply that this puts me in the minority, but that just means more profit potential.

I could perhaps swap Beltre with Frazier in the next update and be content, but I can't justify bumping the Toddfather up any further than that, and there are solid arguments for revising downward. His batted ball distance actually fell by six feet last season, and a whopping 12 of his 35 homers were classified as "Just Enough" by HitTracker. Another 30 homer season seems unlikely. As for the steals, given his poor success rate and middling speed scores, I'm not betting on more than 10. Frankly, it wouldn't be that much of a surprise to see Kyle Seager outproduce him, and we all have Seager ranked around 70.

 

Middle Infield Rankings Analysis

Kyle Bishop (@amoralpanic)

Moving into the middle infield, there are a couple of young second basemen I seem to like more than either you or Brad: Rougned Odor, Jonathan Schoop, and Starlin Castro. Odor is the most surprising guy in that group to me; I thought he'd get more love. He was a popular sleeper and deep league target in drafts last season, only to face plant out of the gate. After a brief demotion to the minors, he returned and tore it up to the tune of a .295/.335/.461 line with 15 homers and 52 RBI in just 367 plate appearances.

He needs to get better at stealing bases (just 10-for-24 in his major league career so far) but he has the tools to steal 10-15. Pair that with legitimate 20 homer pop, and that's quite a bit of value from a 2B. Speaking of pop, that's something Schoop can definitely provide. He's gone deep 32 times in 774 MLB at-bats. His plate discipline isn't polished enough for me to believe his .279 BA from a year ago is sustainable, but when you can get 20 - 25 dingers from a middle infielder, that covers for a lot of flaws.

So...what gives? Do you have a vendetta against shortstops? You're the bear by a mile on Xander Bogaerts, Brandon Crawford, and Ian Desmond...and that's before we talk about Francisco Lindor, whose 103-spot spread (between your and Brad's ranks) is easily the biggest one of any player. Is this another instance of having trouble weighting positional scarcity, or do you have serious reservations about Lindor, et. al.?

Nick Mariano (@NMariano53)

Ah, middle infielders. So this would be the counterweight to the love I have for the CIs. Rougned Odor was indeed a popular late target last year, and I was one of those owners who had to cut bait during his demotion as injuries tore me up. Maybe I hold a grudge underneath it all, but I'd like to think I'm a good guy. I like the potential he holds, but I worry that he's still young enough to endure a serious cold streak/mental lapse compared to the vets. When it comes to MIs this early, I tend to look more for consistency rather than ceiling. Perhaps it is a folly, but it's just the way I've operated.

When it gets down to guys like Schoop, I was surprised to see that I was as far behind you as I am, but I still feel rather comfortable with having Schoop's "Luis Valbuena 2.0" shtick in the 200s. Okay that was a little hyperbolic, but I just see a speculative tag on him landing after pick 200 given his allergy to contact. As for Starlin Castro, I am intrigued by him hitting in Yankee Stadium, but I've seen him mentally slip too many times to trust him. I suppose I should err on the side of seeking out upside this late, but I'd rather have someone who was on your bench at best from May through the beginning of August last year.

With regard to Bogaerts, Crawford, Desmond, and Lindor, I do have serious reservations. I do not see them as being that far ahead of the names that are going later on to justify such an early draft slot. I'll try to hit them quickly.

Xander Bogaerts might fail to be a 10/10 player, and I think his average comes down to .300 from .320 (that .372 BABIP isn'tthat far off from where I wager he stabilizes). I'm not really keen on paying for that when I can get a guy like DJ LeMahieu later. Honestly, next month I need to take him down from #3 in my SS rankings. I do like him hitting in that lineup though, it's quite nice.

Brandon Crawford did have quite the year, but I hesitate to pay for what I believe to be a career year, and not a "new Brandon". I will say that he handled change ups and cutters much better last year, but I'm wary of his fly ball rate dropping from 42% to 33.5% and his line drive rate even falling (from 20.2% to 18.8%) all while his HR/FB nearly tripled. I know he laced the ball, registering the ninth best fly ball distance (eighth was Schoop...was this an elaborate ruse to get me to see the light?), but I'm very hesitant to believe in the total package he is selling owners.

Ian Desmond was someone I disliked going into last year, mostly due to that insane strikeout rate. He looked lost so often during 2015, committing 27 errors at shortstop and somehow increasing his gaudy 28.2 K% to 29.2%! Maybe a fresh start with new surroundings and coaches will help, but again, it just feels so risky to take him on that early. I will say, for as bad as he looked, he still came this close to posting a 20/15 year. If he lands in a good park I'll have to reconsider, but for now I don't think the draft pick tied to him is 100% of the reason he is still unsigned.

This leaves Francisco Lindor, the apparent bane of my existence. I do not believe in the power yet (his 21 homers in 1,880 minor league plate appearances dissuade me), though I do acknowledge he is stronger now than he was then. His fly ball distance was 266.88, good for 241st out of 284 qualified hitters, behind respected power bats like Andrelton Simmons. When you combine that with a 50.8% ground ball rate, I just don't see where the sustainable power is. I'm sure I'm guilty of cherry picking, but I just don't like the price tag. I don't want to pay for his 20 SBs. He makes good contact, I don't think his BABIP will fall too much from that .348 figure (but do see some average regression too), he has a good eye, and an amazing glove. That's not paying this ADP bill for me though. Maybe I'll be a year late on the guy, but I'm clearly too skeptical to get him in 2016. Looks like Brad and I will just have to fight American Gladiator style to settle this (as opposed to just seeing how Lindor does, because that's no fun).

Be sure to check back tomorrow for Kyle and Nick's discussion of outfielders and pitchers, in Part 2.

 

Top 300 Rankings (January)

Rank Player Name Nick Brad Kyle Rank Player Name Nick Brad Kyle
1 Mike Trout 1 1 1 174 John Lackey 148 141 236
2 Bryce Harper 3 2 2 175 Clay Buchholz 174 157 194
3 Paul Goldschmidt 2 3 3 176 Gio Gonzalez 156 164 211
4 Clayton Kershaw 6 4 4 177 Steven Souza 173 189 173
5 Josh Donaldson 7 6 7 178 Raisel Iglesias 157 214 170
6 Manny Machado 9 5 8 179 Francisco Rodriguez 154 177 212
7 Giancarlo Stanton 4 9 10 180 Alex Cobb 204 161 184
8 Carlos Correa 8 11 5 181 Neil Walker 186 200 165
9 Andrew McCutchen 5 8 12 182 Justin Turner 195 173 186
10 Miguel Cabrera 11 7 11 183 Adam Lind 179 190 187
11 Anthony Rizzo 10 10 9 184 Ben Revere 194 188 179
12 Kris Bryant 13 12 6 185 Collin McHugh 184 166 218
13 Nolan Arenado 12 15 15 186 Brad Miller 219 170 181
14 George Springer 19 14 13 187 Joe Ross 125 300 145
15 Jose Bautista 14 17 16 188 Stephen Vogt 211 191 180
16 Jose Altuve 16 18 17 189 Devon Travis 133 262 188
17 Max Scherzer 17 20 14 190 Hisashi Iwakuma 196 220 168
18 A.J. Pollock 15 16 21 191 Jayson Werth 213 180 197
19 Mookie Betts 21 13 22 192 Taijuan Walker 199 217 174
20 Chris Sale 24 21 18 193 Marcus Semien 240 192 158
21 Jake Arrieta 26 19 19 194 Shelby Miller 153 213 227
22 Edwin Encarnacion 20 22 24 195 Hyun-Jin Ryu 206 211 182
23 Dee Gordon 25 23 23 196 Ender Inciarte 208 228 166
24 Ryan Braun 22 30 25 197 Jake McGee 216 182 213
25 Starling Marte 28 29 20 198 Ketel Marte 252 176 183
26 Joey Votto 23 32 30 199 Jaime Garcia 128 204 280
27 J.D. Martinez 34 26 26 200 Josh Harrison 188 208 226
28 Zack Greinke 30 24 36 201 Khris Davis 169 259 196
29 Jose Fernandez 32 27 31 202 Melky Cabrera 215 196 216
30 Jacob deGrom 33 35 27 203 Yordano Ventura 192 218 223
31 David Price 36 34 28 204 Matt Duffy 200 201 233
32 Miguel Sano 29 33 38 205 Daniel Murphy 232 198 205
33 Jose Abreu 18 50 34 206 Drew Storen 212 179 246
34 Buster Posey 35 40 29 207 Kevin Pillar 189 256 202
35 Dallas Keuchel 39 25 42 208 Shawn Tolleson 210 222 220
36 Justin Upton 37 39 35 209 Jonathan Schoop 236 240 176
37 Chris Davis 27 46 39 210 Billy Burns 224 239 199
38 Madison Bumgarner 40 36 37 211 Yan Gomes 202 283 177
39 Charlie Blackmon 38 38 41 212 James Shields 197 229 244
40 Gerrit Cole 47 48 32 213 Arodys Vizcaino 205 185 281
41 Troy Tulowitzki 45 44 40 214 Ryan Zimmerman 253 199 221
42 Kyle Schwarber 46 54 33 215 Drew Smyly 198 236 240
43 Nelson Cruz 42 47 46 216 Kyle Hendricks 218 230 229
44 Felix Hernandez 43 28 66 217 Delino Deshields 191 279 210
45 Stephen Strasburg 44 53 49 218 Marcell Ozuna 214 280 192
46 Corey Kluber 52 43 53 219 Santiago Casilla 207 183 300
47 Todd Frazier 31 67 50 220 Brad Ziegler 220 186 284
48 Chris Archer 58 49 47 221 Carlos Rodon 203 242 245
49 Lorenzo Cain 51 63 43 222 Aaron Altherr 233 232 225
50 Xander Bogaerts 77 41 44 223 Howie Kendrick 257 209 224
51 Noah Syndergaard 59 42 62 224 DJ LeMahieu 241 246 206
52 Carlos Carrasco 53 51 60 225 Matt Adams 238 207 255
53 Carlos Gonzalez 55 55 57 226 Nick Castellanos 287 195 219
54 Matt Harvey 63 52 58 227 Logan Forsythe 261 247 193
55 Brian Dozier 50 72 52 228 Nathan Eovaldi 234 203 266
56 Jason Heyward 70 56 48 229 Gerardo Parra 265 205 239
57 Adrian Beltre 68 62 45 230 Wil Myers 223 293 208
58 Adam Jones 41 64 75 231 Carlos Beltran 248 243 234
59 Jason Kipnis 67 45 74 232 Matt Wieters 183 291 256
60 Robinson Cano 73 59 54 233 Eduardo Rodriguez 228 226 277
61 Freddie Freeman 56 61 70 234 Starlin Castro 277 252 203
62 Carlos Gomez 57 37 94 235 Brandon Phillips 271 261 201
63 Yasiel Puig 74 69 55 236 Brandon Moss 286 181 267
64 Yoenis Cespedes 54 85 63 237 Byung-ho Park 249 282 204
65 Corey Dickerson 62 68 76 238 Robbie Ray 237 224 276
66 Kyle Seager 71 70 65 239 Chris Carter 254 223 262
67 Jon Lester 82 57 69 240 Mitch Moreland 243 274 222
68 Anthony Rendon 76 76 56 241 Cameron Maybin 226 295 228
69 Adrian Gonzalez 49 94 73 242 Andrew Heaney 246 227 283
70 Francisco Lindor 134 31 51 243 Alcides Escobar 244 273 243
71 Eric Hosmer 64 78 80 244 Derek Norris 269 202 294
72 Wade Davis 79 82 61 245 Francisco Cervelli 273 245 247
73 Johnny Cueto 93 60 72 246 Anibal Sanchez 247 237 288
74 Evan Longoria 75 73 81 247 Eddie Rosario 290 231 251
75 Craig Kimbrel 90 71 68 248 Justin Bour 262 253 258
76 Kenley Jansen 86 80 64 249 Welington Castillo 245 275 257
77 Maikel Franco 72 75 84 250 Jay Bruce 264 265 253
78 Aroldis Chapman 89 83 59 251 Jason Hammel 256 249 278
79 Corey Seager 78 87 67 252 Trevor Plouffe 283 272 232
80 Prince Fielder 48 110 77 253 Aaron Nola 268 238 298
81 Cole Hamels 65 92 79 254 Colby Rasmus 270 296 241
82 Brandon Belt 88 66 91 255 Rusney Castillo 289 294 235
83 Carlos Martinez 84 79 83 256 Luis Valbuena 298 281 242
84 Hunter Pence 60 99 89 257 Nick Hundley 267 267 290
85 Adam Wainwright 81 58 117 258 Anthony DeSclafani 251 289 285
86 Yu Darvish 83 93 82 259 Derek Dietrich 300 292 252
87 Sonny Gray 85 90 86 260 Mike Napoli 294 284 271
88 Matt Carpenter 106 74 88 261 Alex Wood 297 277 289
89 Ian Kinsler 91 77 101 262 Andrew Cashner 180 212 -
90 David Ortiz 61 118 90 263 Steve Cishek 231 187 -
91 Rougned Odor 103 95 78 264 Pablo Sandoval 225 206 -
92 Tyson Ross 99 91 92 265 Wei-Yen Chen 230 219 -
93 Danny Salazar 94 101 87 266 Brett Anderson 227 225 -
94 Albert Pujols 66 124 98 267 Julio Teheran 239 233 -
95 Curtis Granderson 80 109 103 268 Sean Doolittle 221 260 -
96 Brett Gardner 97 98 100 269 Jimmy Nelson 242 241 -
97 Jacoby Ellsbury 100 81 115 270 Darren O'Day 274 210 -
98 Mark Teixeira 87 119 97 271 Kenta Maeda 229 271 -
99 Francisco Liriano 98 100 110 272 Marco Estrada 280 235 -
100 Ken Giles 118 120 71 273 Ian Kennedy 258 263 -
101 Marcus Stroman 96 121 93 274 Fernando Rodney 235 298 -
102 Zach Britton 108 105 108 275 David Hernandez 259 290 -
103 Jeurys Familia 104 132 85 276 C.J. Cron 276 276 -
104 Alex Gordon 120 86 121 277 Henry Owens 263 297 -
105 Russell Martin 109 96 123 278 J.J. Hoover 266 299 -
106 Dustin Pedroia 130 89 113 279 Roberto Osuna 185 - 189
107 David Peralta 95 142 96 280 Elvis Andrus - 244 191
108 Trevor Rosenthal 115 122 105 281 Jose Reyes 209 - 195
109 Kole Calhoun 119 103 122 282 Blake Swihart - 254 207
110 Cody Allen 121 115 111 283 Jed Lowrie - 255 209
111 Brandon Crawford 161 84 102 284 Jake Lamb 217 - 215
112 Kolten Wong 105 136 109 285 Odubel Herrera - 197 217
113 Ian Desmond 177 65 112 286 Chase Utley - - 230
114 David Robertson 114 138 104 287 Jimmy Rollins - - 231
115 Brian McCann 113 116 129 288 Cesar Hernandez - 266 237
116 Travis d'Arnaud 129 108 125 289 Trea Turner - - 238
117 Masahiro Tanaka 92 154 116 290 Erick Aybar - - 248
118 Jonathan Lucroy 123 112 130 291 Zack Cosart - - 249
119 Lucas Duda 182 88 95 292 Chase Headley 288 - 250
120 Christian Yelich 122 104 140 293 Mark Trumbo 255 - 254
121 Jorge Soler 101 146 120 294 Andrelton Simmons - - 259
122 Michael Brantley 69 165 134 295 Aaron Hicks 281 - 260
123 Jose Quintana 117 125 132 296 Yangervis Solarte - - 261
124 Matt Holliday 111 147 119 297 Eduardo Escobar - - 263
125 Jordan Zimmermann 112 114 152 298 Danny Valencia - 184 264
126 Joc Pederson 144 137 99 299 Justin Morneau 291 - 265
127 Mark Melancon 131 127 124 300 Marlon Byrd - - 268
128 Mike Moustakas 139 129 118 301 Byron Buxton - - 269
129 Lance McCullers 136 143 107 302 Kevin Kiermaier - - 270
130 Michael Wacha 107 150 138 303 Domingo Santana - - 272
131 Luis Severino 110 117 169 304 Dalton Pompey - - 273
132 Jhonny Peralta 166 97 133 305 Pedro Alvarez 299 - 274
133 Adam Eaton 132 167 106 306 Martin Prado - - 275
134 Hanley Ramirez 146 107 153 307 Brett Lawrie - - 279
135 David Wright 141 134 131 308 Alexei Ramirez - - 282
136 Carlos Santana 190 106 114 309 Nori Aoki - - 286
137 Patrick Corbin 116 158 137 310 J.T. Realmuto 222 - 287
138 Shin-Soo Choo 142 140 139 311 Wilmer Flores - - 291
139 Scott Kazmir 126 149 148 312 Brock Holt - 269 292
140 Joe Panik 163 128 135 313 Jackie Bradley Jr. - - 293
141 Josh Reddick 158 133 136 314 Jean Segura - - 295
142 Jake Odorizzi 138 131 164 315 Cory Spangenberg - - 296
143 Garrett Richards 124 153 157 316 Adeiny Hechavarria - - 297
144 Randal Grichuk 159 151 126 317 Javier Baez - - 299
145 Michael Conforto 171 126 141 318 Carson Smith 250 - -
146 Ben Zobrist 168 130 143 319 Erasmo Ramirez 260 - -
147 Alex Rodriguez 147 123 172 320 Sergio Romo 272 - -
148 Yasmani Grandal 152 135 155 321 Miguel Montero 275 - -
149 Huston Street 140 175 128 322 Enrique Hernandez 278 - -
150 Michael Pineda 102 215 127 323 Seung-Hwan Oh 279 - -
151 Billy Hamilton 193 102 156 324 Hunter Strickland 282 - -
152 Dexter Fowler 145 160 151 325 Drew Hutchison 284 - -
153 Eugenio Suarez 201 111 144 326 J.A. Happ 285 - -
154 Matt Kemp 162 148 147 327 Jesse Hahn 292 - -
155 Gregory Polanco 164 152 142 328 Ervin Santana 293 - -
156 Stephen Piscotty 137 145 178 329 A.J. Reed 295 - -
157 Glen Perkins 167 156 146 330 Chris Colabello 296 - -
158 Devin Mesoraco 155 163 160 331 Joakim Soria - 216 -
159 Andrew Miller 176 155 149 332 Tom Wilhelmsen - 221 -
160 Brad Boxberger 135 171 175 333 Mike Fiers - 248 -
161 A.J. Ramos 149 169 171 334 Derek Holland - 250 -
162 Hector Rondon 170 162 162 335 Wade Miley - 251 -
163 Justin Verlander 143 139 214 336 Kyle Gibson - 257 -
164 Dellin Betances 178 168 150 337 Rick Porcello - 258 -
165 Kendrys Morales 187 113 198 338 Tyler Duffey - 264 -
166 Jung-ho Kang 151 193 159 339 J.J. Hardy - 268 -
167 Jeff Samardzija 175 144 185 340 Joe Kelly - 270 -
168 Salvador Perez 150 194 163 341 Edinson Volquez - 278 -
169 Addison Russell 181 172 154 342 Kevin Gausman - 285 -
170 Jonathan Papelbon 172 178 167 343 Mike Leake - 286 -
171 Steven Matz 127 234 161 344 James Paxton - 287 -
172 Evan Gattis 165 159 200 345 Ryan Madson - 288 -
173 Carter Capps 160 174 190

 

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