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2014 Fantasy Baseball Positional Rankings and Projections

Around draft time every fantasy player wants a solid set of rankings that helps them at the draft table and a set of projections that they can trust. Here’s a top 25 for each position, plus an overall Top 251.

Catcher Top 25 Rankings and Projections
First Base Top 25 Rankings and Projections
Second Base Top 25 Rankings and Projections
Third Base Top 25 Rankings and Projections
Shortstop Top 25 Rankings and Projections
Outfield Top 75 Rankings and Projections

Starting Pitcher Top 75 Rankings and Projections
Relief Pitcher Top 25 Rankings and Projections

Overall Top 251 Fantasy Baseball Rankings and Projections

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 player 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.

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