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Fantasy Baseball Hitter Rankings: The Final Countdown

Well, here we are, the final stretch of the Fantasy Baseball season. It does not feel right that only two weeks remain. Whether you in the playoffs of a head-to-head league or the final stretch of a roto league, you know these last two weeks are crucial! The final countdown is on, and it is time to update our Fantasy Baseball hitter rankings for the final stretch.

While some stars have continued to struggle, Ronald Acuña Jr. has returned to MVP form over the last week. Other hitters like Rafael Devers, Rhys Hoskins, Jeff McNeil, and Eugenio Suárez have also stepped up their game as we enter the final stretch of the season. Meanwhile, hot starters like Brandon Lowe, Jesse Winker, and Kyle Lewis have cooled off. Anything can happen over the last two weeks, so stay on top of your game and find the hot hands. Do not continue to wait any longer on slumping players. In redraft leagues, anyone can be cut!

My updated Fantasy Baseball hitter rankings may have some rankings that catch you off guard. But it is important to remember at this point in the season, several factors are essential. The remaining schedule, injuries, and hot and cold streaks are what I am looking at most when doing my rankings with only two weeks left. For this reason, you will find Adam Duvall higher than most rankings because he has been scorching hot and the Braves only have one day off the rest of the season. 

To pair with these rankings, be sure to check out Jake Devereaux’s “Top 100 Starting Pitcher Rankings.

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Fantasy Baseball ROS Hitter Rankings

Hitter Notes

  • Kyle Tucker is one player you will find that I am much higher on than the consensus. I have been sky high on Tucker for a long time, and he is finally getting his chance to shine. While he is not a standout in batting average, he makes excellent contact, and the power/speed combo makes him a dangerous threat. I expect Tucker to finish the season strong and could be a significant difference-maker for your Fantasy team, given his home run and stolen base potential.
  • Luke Voit is another player I am very high on. While he has cooled down recently, he is still batting .285 with 16 home runs and 68 R+RBI in 167 plate appearances. Voit has flown under the radar and is finally getting the recognition he deserves. His Baseball Savant profile shows that he has underperformed his .305 xBA and .638 xSLG. All signs point to Voit having a solid finish to an already impressive 2020.
  • Jake Cronenworth is still being slept on by the looks of many rankings. He is not flashy, but he certainly gets the job done with a .315/.371/.538 slash line to go along with four home runs and three steals. His expected stats are even better. Cronenworth has the second-highest xBA in baseball at .366, and his xSLG and xwOBA are .646 and 446, respectively. He may have flown under the radar as a prospect, but Jake Cronenworth is a player you should be excited about for the rest of 2020 and beyond.

Thank you for taking the time to stop by and check out my Fantasy Baseball hitter rankings. If you have any questions, feel free to hit me up on Twitter @RotoClegg, and let’s discuss. Best of luck as you finish your Fantasy Baseball seasons.

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