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2014 Fantasy Baseball Second Base Rankings and Projections

Our Crackerjack rankings and projections for the second base position. Read on and go forth to dominate your fantasy baseball league!

2014 Rankings: Second Base

1. Robinson CanoSEA3160085239266882.305
2. Jason KipnisCLE275608817792878124.270
3. Dustin PedroiaBOS30620891579177074.293
4. Ian KinslerDET32620991975186770.273
5. Matt CarpenterSTL2857096117736591.295
6. Ben ZobristTB33584831875108188.280
7. Jose AltuveHOU2460573647333678.286
8. Brandon PhillipsCIN3359683188563991.271
9. Daniel MurphyNYM2958473969183484.282
10. Jedd GyorkoSD25550712471442126.256
11. Alexander GuerreroLAD2744760195524570.284
12. Anthony RendonWAS2448159125325599.264
13. Martin PradoARI3059771117354659.287
14. Howie KendrickLAA3053665126292998.295
15. Jurickson ProfarTEX21490711259135094.294
16. Brian DozierMIN275466616621445111.242
17. Neil WalkerPIT2848863156335088.281
18. Aaron HillARI3245363165864065.275
19. Chase UtleyPHI3539656145274163.273
20. Omar InfanteKC3249756105082453.294
21. Kelly JohnsonNYY325096221621158150.233
22. Josh RutledgeCOL25464661349133095.256
23. Kolten WongSTL2341751840142772.264
24. Marco ScutaroSF384515654144338.294
25. Rickie WeeksMIL31436592142953125.248

Amidst player profiles and strategy articles what a fantasy owner really wants around draft time is a solid rankings that helps them at the draft table and a set of projections that they can trust.

Rankings list can come in many different forms. Crackerjacks uses a blend of calculated and curated. In order to put trust in a set of fantasy baseball rankings, it’s important to understand the pros and cons of each type of list: curated, calculates and conglomerate.

Click HERE to read more about how the different types of fantasy baseball lists are created and which one will best fit your needs.

It’s also important to be able to trust the projections in front of you. Is it a set of overly optimistic numbers that is formed solely on the wish of rainbows and unicorns? Is it a pessimistic list created from the conversations of 5 grumpy old grandpas? Or it is what you want, a realistic set of player expectations for the 2014 fantasy baseball season?

You need the best set of projections possible if you are going to be competitive in your fantasy baseball leagues and we think we’ve done a pretty solid job here.

Click HERE if you want to read more about how our projections were created.

Tags: Fantasy Baseball Rankings Jason Kipnis Robinson Cano Second Base

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