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Updated Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitcher Rankings - 5x5 Mixed Roto Leagues

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Fantasy baseball draft prep never stops, lockout or not. As we all anticipate the start of spring training, many fantasy baseball drafts are already underway. To prepare our readers, RotoBaller's rankers -- JB Branson, Pierre Camus, Ariel Cohen, Nicklaus Gaut, and Nick Mariano -- have updated their 2022 fantasy baseball mixed league rankings.

This article will focus on the top few tiers for starting pitchers and how our RotoBaller team rankings compare to the industry's ADP consensus rankings that pool the current ADP for each player across CBS, Yahoo, RT Sports, NFBC, and Fantrax leagues.

You can also find our other draft rankings for all sorts of league formats, continually updated throughout the preseason, right here in our main fantasy baseball Rankings Wizard tool. Also, make use of all our premium resources with our MLB Draft Kit.

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2022 Starting Pitcher Rankings

The staff rankings are for roto leagues, and standard 5x5 categories. They are always updated on our fantasy baseball rankings dashboard. Nick Mariano was named the #1 overall most accurate industry expert ranker for the 2018 season, and Ariel Cohen was the top ranker in 2019. Both are included in these rankings.

Pitcher Rank Overall Rank Tier Player Position
1 8 1 Shohei Ohtani DH/SP
2 9 1 Gerrit Cole SP
3 10 1 Jacob deGrom SP
4 12 1 Corbin Burnes SP
5 14 1 Max Scherzer SP
6 21 2 Walker Buehler SP
7 22 2 Brandon Woodruff SP
8 26 2 Zack Wheeler SP
9 27 2 Shane Bieber SP
10 32 3 Julio Urias SP
11 38 3 Robbie Ray SP
12 46 3 Lucas Giolito SP
13 48 3 Freddy Peralta SP
14 49 3 Aaron Nola SP
15 50 3 Sandy Alcantara SP
16 55 3 Lance Lynn SP
17 59 3 Max Fried SP
18 61 3 Chris Sale SP
19 63 3 Kevin Gausman SP
20 68 3 Logan Webb SP
21 71 3 Jose Berrios SP
22 77 4 Joe Musgrove SP
23 78 4 Charlie Morton SP
24 79 4 Frankie Montas SP
25 83 4 Jack Flaherty SP
26 91 4 Alek Manoah SP
27 92 4 Justin Verlander SP
28 93 4 Trevor Rogers SP
29 94 4 Carlos Rodon SP
30 95 4 Yu Darvish SP
31 96 4 Dylan Cease SP
32 99 4 Luis Castillo SP
33 106 5 Pablo Lopez SP
34 117 5 Shane McClanahan SP
35 120 5 Chris Bassitt SP
36 125 5 Blake Snell SP
37 129 5 Eduardo Rodriguez SP
38 130 5 Sean Manaea SP
39 132 6 Lance McCullers Jr. SP
40 133 6 Framber Valdez SP
41 134 6 Shane Baz SP
42 135 6 Clayton Kershaw SP
43 138 6 Luis Garcia SP
44 143 6 Nathan Eovaldi SP
45 151 6 Tyler Mahle SP
46 155 6 Luis Severino SP
47 158 6 Zac Gallen SP
48 161 6 Ian Anderson SP
49 164 7 Ranger Suarez SP/RP
50 169 7 Mike Clevinger SP
51 173 7 Sonny Gray SP
52 174 7 John Means SP
53 178 7 Marcus Stroman SP
54 186 7 Logan Gilbert SP
55 188 7 Adam Wainwright SP
56 192 7 Jose Urquidy SP
57 193 7 Joe Ryan SP
58 197 7 Alex Wood SP
59 200 7 Patrick Sandoval SP
60 201 7 Tarik Skubal SP
61 205 8 Tanner Houck SP/RP
62 217 8 Hyun Jin Ryu SP
63 220 8 Anthony DeSclafani SP
64 221 8 Trevor Bauer SP
65 232 8 Jordan Montgomery SP
66 236 8 German Marquez SP
67 237 8 Aaron Civale SP
68 239 8 Casey Mize SP
69 246 8 Huascar Ynoa SP
70 249 8 Noah Syndergaard SP
71 255 8 Steven Matz SP
72 256 8 Triston McKenzie SP
73 263 9 Stephen Strasburg SP
74 267 9 Carlos Carrasco SP
75 268 9 Zach Plesac SP
76 274 9 Bailey Ober SP
77 275 9 Kyle Hendricks SP
78 276 9 Jon Gray SP
79 278 9 Marco Gonzales SP
80 280 9 Cal Quantrill SP/RP
81 281 9 Yusei Kikuchi SP
82 283 9 Jameson Taillon SP
83 284 9 Alex Cobb SP
84 285 9 Tylor Megill SP
85 292 9 Adbert Alzolay SP/RP
86 294 9 Tony Gonsolin SP
87 297 9 Drew Rasmussen SP/RP
88 299 9 Andrew Heaney SP
89 300 9 Cristian Javier SP/RP
90 302 9 Zack Greinke SP
91 303 9 Dinelson Lamet SP/RP
92 308 9 Nestor Cortes SP/RP
93 309 9 Chris Paddack SP
94 312 10 Josiah Gray SP
95 314 10 Corey Kluber SP
96 318 10 Sixto Sanchez SP
97 319 10 Elieser Hernandez SP
98 320 10 James Kaprielian SP
99 326 10 Taijuan Walker SP
100 330 10 Zach Eflin SP
101 331 10 Domingo German SP
102 336 10 Luis Patino SP
103 340 10 Dane Dunning SP
104 348 10 Brady Singer SP
105 356 10 Reiver Sanmartin SP
106 363 10 Kyle Gibson SP
107 365 10 Chris Flexen SP
108 366 10 Madison Bumgarner SP
109 367 10 Jesus Luzardo SP
110 369 11 Merrill Kelly SP
111 371 11 Dylan Bundy SP
112 376 11 Reid Detmers SP
113 380 11 Austin Gomber SP
114 384 11 Eric Lauer SP
115 385 11 Patrick Corbin SP
116 387 11 Mike Minor SP
117 402 11 Michael Pineda SP
118 404 11 Miles Mikolas SP
119 408 11 David Price SP
120 412 11 Daniel Lynch SP
121 417 11 Hunter Greene SP
122 419 12 Nate Pearson SP
123 421 12 Nick Pivetta SP
124 425 12 Grayson Rodriguez SP
125 426 12 Edward Cabrera SP
126 431 12 Jose Suarez SP
127 436 12 Dakota Hudson SP
128 437 12 Jake Odorizzi SP
129 442 12 Luke Weaver SP
130 443 12 Ryan Yarbrough SP/RP
131 444 12 Carlos Hernandez SP
132 446 12 JT Brubaker SP
133 447 12 Wade Miley SP
134 451 12 Cole Irvin SP
135 453 12 Zach Thompson SP
136 460 12 Griffin Canning SP
137 461 12 Adrian Houser SP
138 466 12 Roansy Contreras SP
139 474 12 Luis Gil SP
140 479 13 Antonio Senzatela SP
141 480 13 Nick Martinez SP
142 481 13 Matthew Boyd SP
143 483 13 David Peterson SP
144 489 13 Collin McHugh SP/RP
145 493 13 Tyler Anderson SP
146 498 13 Rich Hill SP
147 507 13 Kenta Maeda SP
148 509 13 Kris Bubic SP
149 511 13 Mike Soroka SP
150 522 13 Vladimir Gutierrez SP
151 532 13 Jose Quintana SP
152 533 13 Dustin May SP
153 539 13 Dallas Keuchel SP
154 544 14 Kyle Freeland SP
155 547 14 Mitch Keller SP
156 571 14 Matt Manning SP
157 574 14 Caleb Smith SP/RP
158 575 14 Glenn Otto SP
159 580 14 Nick Lodolo SP
160 582 14 Ross Stripling SP/RP
161 590 14 Danny Duffy SP
162 591 14 Brad Keller SP
163 593 14 Max Meyer SP
164 594 14 Michael Wacha SP
165 596 14 Adrian Morejon SP
166 611 14 Domingo Acevedo SP
167 614 14 Tyler Beede SP
168 615 14 Kyle Funkhouser SP
169 618 14 Tobias Myers SP
170 620 14 Justin Dunn SP
171 626 14 Spencer Strider SP/RP
172 627 15 Drew Smyly SP
173 629 15 Kwang Hyun Kim SP/RP
174 631 15 Cody Morris SP
175 635 15 Cade Cavalli SP
176 637 15 Trevor Williams SP
177 638 15 Justin Steele SP
178 639 15 Tyler Alexander SP/RP
179 653 15 Joe Ross SP
180 655 15 Brandon Williamson SP
181 658 15 Taylor Hearn SP
182 659 15 Matthew Liberatore SP
183 664 16 Dean Kremer SP
184 666 16 Reynaldo Lopez SP/RP
185 671 16 George Kirby SP
186 678 16 Keegan Akin SP
187 679 16 Jhonathan Diaz SP
188 688 16 Justus Sheffield SP
189 689 16 Yonny Chirinos SP
190 692 16 Tyler Glasnow SP
191 694 16 Daulton Jefferies SP
192 695 16 Sammy Long SP/RP
193 696 16 Jorge Lopez SP/RP
194 698 16 Konnor Pilkington SP
195 701 16 Johnny Cueto SP
196 703 16 James Paxton SP
197 706 16 Kohei Arihara SP
198 708 16 Matt Brash SP
199 712 16 Tucker Davidson SP
200 720 16 Spencer Howard SP
201 723 16 Deivi Garcia SP
202 724 16 Bailey Falter SP/RP
203 726 17 Kyle Muller SP
204 727 17 Alec Mills SP/RP
205 732 17 Kolby Allard SP
206 734 17 Spencer Turnbull SP
207 741 17 Erick Fedde SP
208 742 17 Eli Morgan SP
209 744 17 Ryan Weathers SP
210 745 17 Zach Davies SP
211 747 17 Paolo Espino SP/RP
212 748 17 Jordan Lyles SP
213 749 17 Michael King SP
214 755 17 Brent Honeywell Jr. SP
215 763 17 MacKenzie Gore SP
216 765 17 Garrett Richards SP
217 767 17 Touki Toussaint SP
218 771 17 Kyle Wright SP
219 776 17 Jackson Kowar SP
220 780 17 Josh Fleming SP/RP


Tier One

When we look at the top-tier arms and where they are getting drafted, Shohei Ohtani and Jacob deGrom stand out here as both are going under drafted according to our rankings but for very different reasons. Ohtani is eligible as a SP and as a DH, so you can justify taking him ahead of any pitcher on the board on the strength of his offense alone. And if you play in a league with daily rosters, he's hands down the most valuable player in fantasy due to his dual-threat abilities.

Meanwhile, deGrom is being drafted as the SP7 right now mainly due to managers' concerns about his health and doubts as to whether or not he can be as dominant as he's been in past years as he's coming off the injury. Our guys have him as the SP3 and it's as simple as this - if he gives you a full season of production that is anywhere close to what he's done over the last 4-5 years, he's going to absolutely smash this ADP and he could potentially be the best pitcher in fantasy baseball once again. Let's not forget what he was doing last year before the injury, shall we?


Tier Two

Things look pretty much in line here with the exception of Walker Buehler who is being drafted of Corbin Burnes and Max Scherzer in some leagues. I have nothing against Buehler as he's coming off his best full season as a pro and set career-highs in innings pitched, ERA, and WAR. But his strikeouts dipped a bit as his K% sank to 26% as he seemed to be willing to pitch to contact a bit more. Burnes and Mad Max simply have higher K ceilings and they're worth taking over Buehler here even if he was ultra-reliable last year.


Tier Three

Let's start with the guys who are solid values in this tier. I love Logan Webb and Max Fried this year and I'm not alone as our rankings reflect confidence in them as well.

Logan Webb busted out in a big way in 2021 with a stellar third season. He boosted his strikeout rate to 26.5% while lowering his walk rate to only 6%. He retooled his arsenal by throwing his sinker and slider more than ever before and going almost entirely away from his four-seamer. His changeup was an effective offspeed pitch, too, and the movement on these pitches made trying to square him up a nightmare for opposing hitters.

Logan Webb, 95mph Sinker, and 83mph Slider, Overlay with Tails pic.twitter.com/WWGtHuiAMG

Webb was dominant down the stretch and into the postseason for the Giants going 7-0 with a 2.71 ERA after the all-star break. If he can match last year's production, he's a great pick here in the 6th-7th rounds.

If you grab a strikeout pitcher early, Max Fried is another great target in this range. While he won't post gaudy K numbers, he has been fantastic the last two years and inducing soft contact and like Webb, he rarely walks guys. He's cut down on his fastball usage the last two seasons and threw his offspeed pitches more than ever last season which helped result in less hard contact.

Speaking of strikeout pitchers, both Robbie Ray and Freddy Peralta are ranked three spots higher in our rankings than the consensus ADP. There are plenty of people who doubt that Ray can duplicate his huge bounce-back year from 2021 but the strikeouts were always there even in the years where he struggled with homers. Meanwhile, Peralta is coming off his best season as a pro where he had career-best numbers pretty much across the board. He struck out nearly 200 hitters while maintaining a .097 WHIP and 9% walk rate. You're getting some darn good run prevention there to go with the elite strikeout numbers.

Chris Sale stands out in this tier as one guy who our experts think the field is a bit too high on this season. His numbers from nine starts last season look pretty much in line with what we've come to expect from him, but the questions surrounding his durability remain and we are now a full four years removed from his last truly dominant season in 2018.


Tier Four

Let's start out here with a few guys who are further down our rankings when compared to the consensus ADP. Jack Flaherty and Luis Castillo are being taken on average six and ten spots, respectively, ahead of where they stand in our RotoBaller rankings. Castillo had a much better second half of the year in 2021 after a disastrous start but still allowed 19 home runs last season which is pretty alarming for a ground ball pitcher and his walk rate was back up again over 9%. Even though he pitched better after that rough spring, he still finished with a 1.36 WHIP. Meanwhile, Flaherty had what appeared to be a really solid bounce-back year in 2021, but his xERA of 4.92 suggests it might not have been as good as it appeared on the surface. Ariel Cohen's ATC projections have him with a 3.70 ERA this year with about a strikeout per inning in 29 starts and while that's perfectly usable, I'd prefer some other guys in this tier over him strikeout and win upside.

Charlie Morton just had himself one hell of a season and was a major piece of this Atlanta team that won it all last fall. He's entering his age 38 season but like a fine wine has only gotten better with age. In his last two full seasons (2019 and 2021) he's thrown the most innings of any in his career and it's been pretty awesome watching his transformation into a dominant starter and strikeout artist over the years.

As you can see here, his pitch mix has continued to evolve he really morphed into this version of himself around 2017 when he went to Houston. The Pirates tried to make him a sinker-baller, but Chuck has found the most success late in his career by ditching the sinker and going heavy on his four-seamer and curve. He's showing no signs of slowing down and still doesn't get the respect he deserves. Draft him higher than the field with confidence.

Carlos Rodon went from an early frontrunner for the AL Cy Young last season to a free agent in the offseason. His velocity dropped during the year and given his long history of injuries, the White Sox decided not to offer him any kind of significant money. While he might not repeat that incredible run from March to June of last year again, this is still a quality veteran pitcher with really good stuff and I'm really intrigued to see where he lands and if he can recapture some of that magic this year.

Justin Verlander missed nearly all of the 2020 season, but let's not forget just how dominant he was in 2019. He's seven spots higher in our rankings than the consensus and it's basically the same argument here as with deGrom - if you think he comes back at anything close to his usual self and stays healthy, then he's going to be a tremendous value at this ADP.


Tier Five

Chris Bassitt and Sean Manaea are ranked 35th and 38th, respectively, in our rankings yet they are being drafted as the SP43 and SP45. Both these guys had great years in Oakland last season as they both pitched the most innings of their careers and had their best strikeout numbers, too (both struck out around a batter per inning). These guys are crafty pitchers who really seemed to figure out how to best use their stuff last year.

Eduardo Rodriguez signed in Detroit for some big money this offseason. He's a bit of a polarizing pitcher and depending on who you're talking to you're likely going to get some vastly different takes on his ability. Getting out of Boston will surely be a good thing as the short porch in left was definitely not doing him any favors and fewer starts against the Blue Jays and Yankees lineups full of right-handed power hitters certainly won't hurt either. His xERA was only 3.47 last season while his ERA was 4.74. He's a guy who's going to eat inning and if this Tigers team continues to improve with their upgrades on offense, he could be in a position to pick up double-digit wins again this year. Our staff has him eleven spots ahead of his consensus ADP, which is being weighed down by his 232 ADP on CBS.

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