Have your FYPD coming up in your dynasty league? Then check out Eric Cross’ top-100 J2 & FYPD rankings to get the upper hand on your league.
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Ah, first base, home of baseball’s biggest boppers… or is it? FantraxHQ breaks out their first base rankings for 2020 Fantasy Baseball.
Led by uber-prospect Wander Franco, Tampa Bay has plenty of talent and upside throughout Eric Cross’ top-25 Tampa Bay Rays prospects.
Gone are Vlad Jr. and Bo Bichette, but there’s still plenty of intriguing prospects in Eric Cross’ top-25 Toronto Blue Jays prospects.
Mike Kurland is bringing you his early catcher preview for the 2020 season. Who will breakout? Who’s a bust? Come and see for yourself!
Eric Cross continues his top-25s by ranking the top New York Yankees prospects for dynasty leagues. Get ready, there’s a ton of talent here.
Paul Mammino looks at September ISO breakouts in a search to identify hitting sleepers for the 2020 fantasy baseball season.
Too Early? Was it too early when the 2019 season ended? No, and it ain’t too early now. FantraxHQ breaks out their 2020 Catcher Rankings!
Was the catcher position the black hole we thought it would be? Doug Anderson shares some good news in his 2019 Catcher Review.