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Mick Ciallela’s Top-400 Rankings for Fantasy Baseball

Spring Training may not be upon us anytime soon, as there are plenty of question marks regarding the 2022 Major League Baseball season given the current state of affairs between MLB and its Players Association. So far, most negotiation sessions between the sides have lasted about as long as a game of Wordle. But no matter how long the lockout lasts, fantasy baseball draft season is always in full swing. With that in mind, it is time to release my first official set of 2022 fantasy baseball rankings. I will update these over the next few weeks, and I will add some thoughts below on specific position groups as it relates to your draft prep.

General Notes

I feel the need to strongly emphasize that these rankings are a constant work in progress. All rankings and projections should constantly be adjusted throughout the draft season. If you go into your draft with a list you have blindly stuck to for the last four weeks, you are likely to miss out on some values. Hell, while I was “finalizing” this list, the Josh Jung news came out. That nugget alone caused me to drop Jung nearly 30 spots, while I bumped Isiah Kiner-Falefa up a bit. So even though this is my first published set of 2022 rankings, I have already tweaked them plenty of times and will continue to do so. Once the labor situation is resolved, expect plenty of player movement, which will also affect rankings.

To be fully transparent, I’m not sure if the last tweak I made will stick going forward. I adjusted my formula somewhat based on a potentially shortened season, and the result ended up in my dropping 28 players among my top-400 at least 10 spots. That in and of itself is not necessarily bad. However, of the 28, 16 are pitchers and five are catchers. Meanwhile, I bumped 44 players up at least 10 spots. Of those, only six are pitchers and none are catchers. So it is certainly possible that I am currently too low on pitchers and catchers as a whole. I don’t mind being low on catchers per se (I’ll address that momentarily), but I may need to readjust how I value pitchers.

Next to each hitter, you will see the number of games they played at each position last season. I recently published my Top-50 Multi-Positional Eligible Hitters for 2022. Several people indicated to me that their leagues require fewer than 20 games (the threshold I used for that piece) in their leagues. I decided it would be helpful to list the number of games each player manned a particular position to benefit those whose leagues are a bit looser with their eligibility requirements.

Things look bleak now but there will be baseball in 2022! Why not get a head start and jump in a Fantrax Classic Draft contest? Get a jump on the season with a Best Ball league or maybe a Draft and Hold. Or put some green on the line with a new season-long league to try and conquer. There’s no better time than now to get your baseball on!


As I just mentioned, I probably have catchers ranked lower than most. The reason is simple. Catchers do not generate a ton of fantasy value. Over the last four full seasons, there have been just 65 instances of a catcher reaching the threshold to qualify based on plate appearances. According to Baseball Monster, those 65 players have combined for three seasons which resulted in positive Roto value. An average season among those 65 backstops looks like this: 

 .2587 batting average, 53.84 runs, 60.96 runs batted in, 18.23 home runs, 1.92 stolen bases

Razzball’s dollar values are a bit kinder to catchers than Baseball Monster. I find their dollar values to be an excellent guide. Last year, Yadier Molina earned $2.5 of value, ranking eighth among catchers. But he still finished outside of the top-200 in doing so. This is where I point out that I use my rankings as more of a value projection than an ADP price point. To illustrate what I mean by that, I currently have Adley Rutschman ranked eighth among catchers, at number-285 overall. There is virtually no chance of drafting him at that spot, especially if you believe that he will be a top-10 fantasy catcher this season. Our ADP data currently has Rutschman at number-177 overall, which is much more likely to be his cost on draft day.

Despite the dearth of fantasy production among catchers, if there is one player I can almost guarantee I will not draft this year, it is Salvador Perez. He had a season for the ages in 2021, one which I am quite grateful for. But I just cannot justify drafting a catcher in the third round of a 12-team league, no matter how prolific he may be. It is worth noting that part of the reason Perez had such an advantage over the field in 2021 was that he played 40 games at DH last season. Only one other catcher (Eric Haase with 11) had more than 10 such games. With the universal DH appearing likely for 2022, that advantage will not be as pronounced. After Perez, four of my next five ranked catchers play in the National League. I prefer most of them to Perez from an ADP value standpoint.

Corner Infielders

I only have 15 corner infielders ranked among my top-100 players. At first glance, that would indicate a need to draft them early before they fly off the board. Certainly, I would not steer anyone away from the likes of Vladimir Guerrero or Jose Ramirez. However, I do think there is a ton of value to be had later in drafts. I have 23 players eligible at corner infield spots ranked between 101-200. The beauty about many of these players (11 of them to be precise) is that they are eligible at multiple positions. And that does not even count players like Jared Walsh and Josh Bell, who qualify at other positions using a 10-game threshold. I love the idea of grabbing more than one of these players in the middle rounds. They provide roster flexibility and can easily outperform their ADP.

Even beyond the top-200, there is potentially significant value to be had. Brandon Belt ranked 36th overall in dollars per game last season, per Razzball. I may very well be too low on him given his production over the last two years. Luke Voit was a first-round fantasy player as recently as 2020. I have both him and Belt ranked outside the top-200, but there is upside there. Voit’s situation is a bit more tenuous given that the Yankees appear intent on upgrading their offense. Jeimer Candelario is another hitter I have outside my top-200 (barely) who is quite intriguing to me. He has made some recent improvements that appear to be going a bit under the radar. Our own Corbin Young recently highlighted him as a potential breakout candidate. Any player that Corbin mentions is worth a minute under the microscope.

Middle Infielders

Shortstops have been among the most productive fantasy players for several years now. And in the case of the rich getting richer, Trea Turner and Fernando Tatis are among those who now have dual-eligibility. If you are lucky enough to secure either with a top-two pick, you can very easily pair them with another middle infielder in the next few rounds. Talk about a cheat code. I currently have 10 players eligible at shortstop among my top-50 overall players. Even if you feel that some of my hitter values are a bit inflated, it is hard to argue that you should stock up on middle infielders to maintain a competitive offense in fantasy.

The crazy thing is that as top-heavy as middle infielders are, there is also plenty of potential value picks as well. Hot prospects like Wander Franco, Bobby Witt Jr., and Oneil Cruz will be highly-coveted on draft day. I tend to rely less on rookies and prospects than others, but there is no denying the possible reward. Jonathan India and Jazz Chisholm had excellent rookie campaigns in 2021. India is seemingly one of the few middle infielders who do not carry multi-positional eligibility heading into 2022. It’s a shame because he carried third base eligibility in many formats last season. However, even if he is only eligible at second base this year, the reigning National League Rookie of the Year makes for an excellent addition to any fantasy roster. I have him ranked 79th overall.

Once you get into the middle rounds, there are once again plenty of players to choose from, and many of them are eligible at multiple positions. Jake Cronenworth, Chris Taylor, Luis Urias, and Josh Rojas are all eligible at both middle infield positions as well as a third position. That is not even taking into account players such as DJ Lemahieu, Ty France, Max Muncy, and Jonathan Schoop, all of whom are eligible at middle infield as well as corner. I have every player I just mentioned inside my top-200. There are several others I like outside my top-200, including Abraham Toro (#243, 2B/3B eligible). The permutations with regard to roster and lineup construction are seemingly endless if you can grab a few of these players.

Of course, you will also need to create a balanced lineup from a production standpoint as well. Several players currently outside my top-200 can provide solid production depending on your needs. Jonathan Villar and Nick Madrigal are solid sources of late-round steals. Luis Arraez, Adam Frazier, David Fletcher, and Jeff McNeil can help boost your batting average. And Gio Urshela is worth a late-round flier given his run-production capabilities. He is also eligible to play both corner infield and middle infield.


You will need to start five outfielders in most leagues, so plan accordingly. There is no shortage of productive outfielders early on in drafts. 13 of my top-31 players qualify in the outfield, and with good reason. Things drop off a bit for me after that, but I still have another 15 OF-eligible players inside my top-100 overall, so it is not as if production falls off a cliff. Still, I would try to secure at least one outfielder early on if possible. You will not be able to field an all-star team, of course, but you do not want to get behind the eight-ball when you have five roster spots to fill.

Having said that, if you would have told me two years ago that I would have Cody Bellinger ranked 90th overall and Christian Yelich 109th, I would have asked the bartender for some of whatever you’re having. Based on my rankings, you can surmise that I do not exactly expect a return to prior form for either former National League MVP. But if you wanted to grab one or both (or Giancarlo Stanton for that matter) and party like it’s 2019, who am I to stop you? We know the upside is there.

In the middle rounds, I tend to prefer a balanced hitter with upside over a one-trick pony type. For example, I would rather have Lourdes Gurriel than Joey Gallo. Our ADP currently has Gallo higher by nearly three rounds. I think that is a huge mistake. We know Gallo’s power potential is tough to replicate. But so is the drain on batting average he comes with. No, I do not expect Gallo to hit .160 again, as he did in 58 games with New York last year. But I would caution against digging yourself a hole in batting average early in the year. It is much easier to grab players who can contribute to counting categories throughout the year than it will be to find players who help with ratios. From an ADP standpoint, I would much rather draft someone like Adam Duvall several rounds later.

In the later rounds, there will be some value picks available in the outfield depending on what you need. But many of them will be replaceable if someone else should emerge early in the season. If it turns out that your 27th-round Rafael Ortega or 30th-round Tyler Naquin cannot replicate their breakout 2021 seasons, you can probably cut bait as opposed to waiting it out. The 30-year old outfielders likely do not have another gear we have yet to see at the Major League level.

Starting Pitching

As I discussed at the top, I adjusted my rankings based on the likelihood of there being a shortened 2022 MLB season. That adjustment resulted in a decrease in value among many starting pitchers. Small sample size alert, but… in 2020, Baseball Monster had 16 pitchers ranked among their top-48 players in each season. The breakdown of those 16 was nine starting pitchers and seven relievers. Last season, it was a 13-3 split in favor of starters. In 2019, 11 starters finished inside the top-48, as opposed to just one reliever. For the record, I do not expect a 60-game season, so perhaps that data is a bit skewed. Having said that, I do think there is a potential hit to starters as a whole if the season does not start on time.

In recent years we have seen the evolution of pitching into a much more condensed practice. As recently as 2019, 15 pitchers threw at least 200 innings. Last season, that number was reduced to four. Corbin Burnes won the National League Cy Young Award last season. He finished 11-5. His teammate, Brent Suter, finished 12-5. Brent Suter made one start last year. ONE. Now, none of this is to suggest that Burnes should be faded, or that he is not an elite pitcher. I have him ranked as my 11th overall player. And we know that pitchers fly off the board, particularly in leagues with higher stakes. You will have to pony up to acquire top-tier talent, especially when it comes to pitching.

Waiting on pitching entirely is not a strategy I would endorse. However, I would suggest taking as many pitchers as possible towards the latter stages of your drafts. I drafted Freddy Peralta in the 23rd round of my TGFBI draft last year. I also drafted Drew Smyly, Jake Odorizzi, and Josh Lindblom before that. They’re not all winners, folks. However, as long as at least one of them hits, you should be in pretty good shape. For the record, I drafted starters (Shane Bieber and Brandon Woodruff) with two of my first three picks in that draft. I took just one starter with my next nine picks, and that was Dinelson Lamet, who busted due to injury. Despite only having one of my top-three projected starters for much of the year, I ended up with 21 out of a possible 30 combined points in wins and strikeouts.   

There are plenty of pitchers who can give you a great bang for your buck towards the back half of drafts. I think that Michael Kopech and Ranger Suarez offer a potentially great return on investment depending on how many innings each can throw relative to the number of games played. Keep in mind, however, that Kopech in particular may have his workload manipulated on a per-game basis. It is never fun starting a pitcher when you know he is on a 60-75 pitch limit, thus severely reducing his chance for a win and a good among of strikeouts. Tanner Houck and Triston McKenzie are a couple of others who are among my personal favorites as the draft moves on, and many others can fit the bill.

Relief Pitching

I have a feeling that more leagues than ever are going to be won based on how certain relief pitchers perform. The weird thing for me is that I’m not entirely sure it is all dependent on saves. Sure, we draft relievers primarily for their save potential. And given the increased willingness by managers to mix and match, the traditional closer has more value. This is why even though it seems crazy for an oldhead like me to watch fantasy managers drafting the likes of Liam Hendriks and Josh Hader in the third round, I can sort of get behind the logic. Positional scarcity in fantasy baseball is real, and the number of relievers we can safely project for 30-plus saves decreases by the minute. But relievers can offer more than just saves to the mix.

I mentioned in the starting pitcher blurb that Brent Suter won 12 games last season. He was one of four relievers who had at least 10 wins in 2021. The other three (Paul Sewald, Chad Green, and Alex Reyes) did not start a single game. Reyes was a bit strange in the sense that he lucked his way into several wins in September after he had been removed from the closer’s role. But Sewald and Green were the prototypical “high leverage” relievers that the game is embracing more and more. Blake Treinen, Andrew Kittredge, Garrett Whitlock, and Devin Williams are several other examples of pitchers who fall under this category. With starters pitching fewer innings than ever, relievers are grabbing a larger percentage of wins.

Of course, there is no surefire way to predict which relief pitchers can threaten for double-digit wins. But these pitchers all provide solid ratios and possess high-strikeout upside. Any wins and/or saves that they accumulate are essentially a bonus. As someone who watched my aforementioned TGFBI team’s lead evaporate in September in no small part due to Wade Miley destroying my ratios by relinquishing 36 hits and 17 earned runs in 18.1 September innings, I could only wish that I had stacked my roster with more middle relievers. Do not impact the positive effects that solid middle relievers can have on your team. They can help solidify your ratios, and the upside for an increased role which may lead to additional wins and saves can be massive.

Top-400 Rankings Fantasy Baseball 2022

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1 Trea TurnerLAD2B, SS--49-99--
2 Fernando Tatis Jr.SDSS, OF----102241
3 Jose RamirezCLE3B---133--19
4 Juan SotoWASOF-----1442
5 Bo BichetteTORSS----148-11
6 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.TOR1B-133-1--28
7 Gerrit ColeNYYP-------
8 Shohei OhtaniLAAP, UT-----7126
9 Bryce HarperPHIOF-1---1392
10 Ronald Acuna Jr.ATLOF-----81-
11 Corbin BurnesMLWP-------
12 Kyle TuckerHOUOF-----1354
13 Luis RobertCWSOF-----671
14 Mike TroutLAAOF-----36-
15 Mookie BettsLADOF--7--116-
16 Rafael DeversBOS3B--2151--4
17 Ozzie AlbiesATL2B--156----
18 Freddie FreemanATL1B-159-----
19 Walker BuehlerLADP-------
20 Max ScherzerNYMP-------
21 Brandon WoodruffMLWP-------
22 Manny MachadoSD3B---144--3
23 Zack WheelerPHIP-------
24 Jacob deGromNYMP-------
25 Yordan AlvarezHOUOF-----4198
26 Starling MarteNYMOF-----120-
27 Tim AndersonCWSSS----123-
28 Teoscar HernandezTOROF-----13211
29 Cedric MullinsBALOF-----1533
30 Marcus SemienTEX2B, SS--147-21-1
31 Aaron JudgeNYYOF-----12522
32 Whit MerrifieldKC2B, OF--149--202
33 Shane BieberCLEP-------
34 Liam HendriksCWSP-------
35 Josh HaderMLWP-------
36 Trevor StoryCOLSS----138-1
37 Francisco LindorNYMSS----124--
38 Paul GoldschmidtSTL1B-153----4
39 Julio UriasLADP-------
40 Javier BaezDET2B, SS--35-100--
41 Wander FrancoTBSS--1864--
42 Aaron NolaPHIP-------
43 Sandy AlcantaraMIAP-------
44 Lucas GiolitoCWSP-------
45 Matt OlsonOAK1B-152----4
46 Xander BogaertsBOSSS----138-6
47 Salvador PerezKCC124-----40
48 Tyler O'NeillSTLOF-----1311
49 Pete AlonsoNYM1B-148----3
50 Austin RileyATL3B-10-156-1-
51 Byron BuxtonMINOF-----60-
52 Jose AltuveHOU2B--144---1
53 Robbie RaySEAP-------
54 Adalberto MondesiKC3B---2011-5
55 Raisel IglesiasLAAP-------
56 George SpringerTOROF-----4038
57 Freddy PeraltaMLWP-------
58 Nick CastellanosCINOF-----1361
59 Chris SaleBOSP-------
60 Randy ArozarenaTBOF-----11919
61 Eloy JimenezCWSOF-----3718
62 Emmanuel ClaseCLEP-------
63 Logan WebbSFP-------
64 Edwin DiazNYMP-------
65 Lance LynnCWSP-------
66 Ryan PresslyHOUP-------
67 Nolan ArenadoSTL3B---155--2
68 J.T. RealmutoPHIC11816----3
69 Jose AbreuCWS1B-135-1--18
70 Brandon LoweTB2B-1133--153
71 Ketel MarteARZ2B, OF--20--72-
72 Jorge PolancoMIN2B, SS--120-39-8
73 Corey SeagerTEXSS----92--
74 Kevin GausmanTORP-------
75 Jose BerriosTORP-------
76 Alex BregmanHOU3B---90---
77 Tommy EdmanSTL2B, OF--130-440-
78 J.D. MartinezBOSOF-----36113
79 Jonathan IndiaCIN2B--148----
80 Jazz Chisholm Jr.MIA2B, SS--92-37--
81 Kris BryantSF3B, OF-12-55193-
82 Max FriedATLP-------
83 Dylan CeaseCWSP-------
84 Joe MusgroveSDP-------
85 Jack FlahertySTLP-------
86 Will SmithLADC1171-1--3
87 Aroldis ChapmanNYYP-------
88 Luis CastilloCINP-------
89 Bryan ReynoldsPITOF-----1531
90 Cody BellingerLADOF-4---91-
91 Carlos CorreaHOUSS----148--
92 Bobby Witt Jr.KCSS-------
93 Giancarlo StantonNYYOF-----26108
94 Frankie MontasOAKP-------
95 Trevor RogersMIAP-------
96 Kenley JansenLADP-------
97 Charlie MortonATLP-------
98 Will SmithATLP-------
99 Jesse WinkerCINOF-----1025
100 Anthony RendonLAA3B---57--1
101 Justin VerlanderHOUP-------
102 DJ LeMahieuNYY1B, 2B, 3B-558339--1
103 Ryan MountcastleBAL1B, OF-84---2141
104 Mitch HanigerSEAOF-----12434
105 C.J. CronCOL1B-130----3
106 Alek ManoahTORP-------
107 Yu DarvishSDP-------
108 Jordan RomanoTORP-------
109 Christian YelichMLWOF-----1074
110 Jake CronenworthSD1B, 2B, SS-2494-41--
111 Jared WalshLAA1B-128---18-
112 Kyle SchwarberBOSOF-10---8714
113 Shane McClanahanTBP-------
114 Dansby SwansonATLSS----159--
115 Blake SnellSDP-------
116 Giovanny GallegosSTLP-------
117 Franmil ReyesCLEUT-----11103
118 Josh BellWAS1B-119---105
119 Willy AdamesMLWSS----136-2
120 Ty FranceSEA1B, 2B-106215--26
121 Carlos RodonCWSP-------
122 Austin MeadowsTBOF-----7960
123 Lourdes Gurriel Jr.TOROF-11---11914
124 Jarred KelenicSEAOF-----93-
125 Gleyber TorresNYYSS--19-108--
126 Justin TurnerLAD3B---143--4
127 Myles StrawCLEOF-----156-
128 Chris TaylorLAD2B, SS, OF--46112389-
129 Rhys HoskinsPHI1B-103----1
130 Joey VottoCIN1B-124----3
131 Tyler MahleCINP-------
132 Trent GrishamSDOF-----127-
133 Ke'Bryan HayesPIT3B---95---
134 Nathan EovaldiBOSP-------
135 Zac GallenARZP-------
136 Daulton VarshoARZC, OF41----49-
137 Yasmani GrandalCWSC808----9
138 Mark MelanconARZP-------
139 Max MuncyLAD1B, 2B-122397--1
140 Chris BassittOAKP-------
141 Pablo LopezMIAP-------
142 Akil BaddooDETOF-----1175
143 Shane BazTBP-------
144 Framber ValdezHOUP-------
145 Sean ManaeaOAKP-------
146 Yoan MoncadaCWS3B---138--6
147 Ryan McMahonCOL2B, 3B--52113---
148 Luis GarciaHOUP-------
149 Craig KimbrelCWSP-------
150 Luis UriasMLW2B, 3B, SS--256868--
151 Amed RosarioCLESS----121183
152 Eduardo RodriguezDETP-------
153 Joey GalloNYYOF-----13814
154 Brendan RodgersCOL2B, SS--81-26--
155 Dylan CarlsonSTLOF-----145-
156 Ian AndersonATLP-------
157 Willson ContrerasCHCC116--1-1-
158 Alex VerdugoBOSOF-----1431
159 Anthony RizzoNYY1B-1391----
160 Nelson CruzTBUT-1----133
161 Marcell OzunaATLOF-----48-
162 Logan GilbertSEAP-------
163 Hunter RenfroeMLWOF-----1421
164 Corey KnebelPHIP-------
165 Eddie RosarioATLOF-----1006
166 Avisail GarciaMIAOF-----123-
167 Adolis GarciaTEXOF-----13413
168 Camilo DovalSFP-------
169 Jorge SolerATLOF-----9647
170 Matt ChapmanOAK3B---1503--
171 Michael KopechCWSP-------
172 Lance McCullers Jr.HOUP-------
173 Ranger SuarezPHIP-------
174 Alex KirilloffMIN1B, OF-29---37-
175 Scott BarlowKCP-------
176 Blake TreinenLADP-------
177 Luis SeverinoNYYP-------
178 Trey ManciniBAL1B-78----68
179 Clayton KershawLADP-------
180 Andrew BenintendiKCOF-----129-
181 Sonny GrayCINP-------
182 Eduardo EscobarNYM2B, 3B-1842991--
183 Eugenio SuarezCIN3B, SS---10434--
184 Josh DonaldsonMIN3B---93--34
185 Marcus StromanCHCP-------
186 Jonathan SchoopDET1B, 2B-114381--15
187 Hyun Jin RyuTORP-------
188 Robbie GrossmanDETOF-----1467
189 Kolten WongMLW2B--113----
190 Jean SeguraPHI2B--128-1--
191 Tarik SkubalDETP-------
192 Ian HappCHCOF--82-1231
193 Mike ClevingerSDP-------
194 Michael ConfortoNYMOF-----1181
195 Yuli GurrielHOU1B-142-1--1
196 David BednarPITP-------
197 Seiya SuzukiFAOF-------
198 Brandon CrawfordSFSS----135--
199 Josh RojasARZ2B, SS, OF--55144252-
200 Tanner HouckBOSP-------
201 Jeimer CandelarioDET3B---142--7
202 Taylor RogersMINP-------
203 Tyler StephensonCINC, 1B7823---1-
204 Enrique HernandezBOS2B, OF--47-893-
205 Gregory SotoDETP-------
206 AJ PollockLADOF-----109-
207 Anthony DeSclafaniSFP-------
208 Adam DuvallATLOF-----138-
209 Bobby DalbecBOS1B-123-142-1
210 Adam WainwrightSTLP-------
211 Oneil CruzPITSS----2--
212 Jordan MontgomeryNYYP-------
213 John MeansBALP-------
214 Frank SchwindelCHC1B-52----8
215 Patrick SandovalLAAP-------
216 Keibert RuizWASC23------
217 Jose UrquidyHOUP-------
218 Noah SyndergaardLAAP-------
219 Jesus SanchezMIAOF-----62-
220 Brandon BeltSF1B-93-----
221 Harrison BaderSTLOF-----103-
222 Alex WoodSFP-------
223 Joe RyanMINP-------
224 Jo AdellLAAOF-----35-
225 Austin HaysBALOF-----129-
226 Michael BrantleyHOUOF-----8930
227 Ramon LaureanoOAKOF-----835
228 Triston McKenzieCLEP-------
229 Charlie BlackmonCOLOF-----1371
230 Gavin LuxLAD2B, SS--2715917
231 Joe BarlowTEXP-------
232 Nathaniel LoweTEX1B-148-1--8
233 Andrew VaughnCWSOF-1512-1076
234 Huascar YnoaATLP-------
235 Jon GrayTEXP-------
236 Garrett WhitlockBOSP-------
237 Nicky LopezKCSS--4-148--
238 Lucas SimsCINP-------
239 Steven MatzSTLP-------
240 Alex CobbSFP-------
241 Dylan FloroMIAP-------
242 Lane ThomasWASOF--2--63-
243 Abraham ToroSEA2B, 3B-25832---
244 Andres GimenezCLE2B, SS--25-42--
245 Garrett HampsonCOL2B, OF--472591-
246 German MarquezCOLP-------
247 Luke VoitNYY1B-42----13
248 Raimel TapiaCOLOF-----120-
249 Tommy PhamSDOF-----1243
250 Spencer TorkelsonDET1B-------
251 Miguel SanoMIN1B-118-9--11
252 Bailey OberMINP-------
253 Anthony SantanderBALOF-----8621
254 Aaron CivaleCLEP-------
255 Gio UrshelaNYY3B, SS---9628--
256 Max KeplerMINOF-----1144
257 Cavan BiggioTOR3B-7752-162
258 Wil MyersSDOF-----1281
259 Jonathan VillarNYM3B, SS--99726--
260 Cal QuantrillCLEP-------
261 LaMonte Wade Jr.SF1B, OF-31---80-
262 Isiah Kiner-FalefaTEXSS----156-1
263 Kyle LewisSEAOF-----342
264 Luis ArraezMIN2B, 3B, OF--4855-284
265 Patrick WisdomCHC3B-13-77-18-
266 Julio RodriguezSEAOF-------
267 Trevor BauerLADP-------
268 Lou TrivinoOAKP-------
269 Mitch GarverMINC594----3
270 Mark CanhaNYMOF-2---1346
271 Casey MizeDETP-------
272 Mike YastrzemskiSFOF-----127-
273 Alec BohmPHI3B-7-103---
274 Jameson TaillonNYYP-------
275 Aaron AshbyMLWP-------
276 Jake McGeeSFP-------
277 Kyle HendricksCHCP-------
278 Jesus AguilarMIA1B-113-2--4
279 Drew RasmussenTBP-------
280 Josiah GrayWASP-------
281 Alex ReyesSTLP-------
282 Stephen StrasburgWASP-------
283 Andrew KittredgeTBP-------
284 Matt BarnesBOSP-------
285 Adley RutschmanBALC-------
286 Carlos CarrascoNYMP-------
287 Andrew HeaneyLADP-------
288 Riley GreeneDETOF-------
289 Jesus LuzardoMIAP-------
290 Tony GonsolinLADP-------
291 Nick MadrigalCHC2B--53----
292 Luis PatinoTBP-------
293 Rowdy TellezMLW1B-65----19
294 Ken GilesSEAP-------
295 Travis d'ArnaudATLC57-----1
296 Brandon NimmoNYMOF-----87-
297 David FletcherLAA2B, SS--142-20--
298 Adam FrazierSEA2B--140--121
299 Zack GreinkeHOUP-------
300 Connor JoeCOLOF-14---323
301 Marco GonzalesSEAP-------
302 Jeff McNeilNYM2B, OF--792-282
303 Rafael OrtegaCHCOF-----93-
304 Andrew McCutchenPHIOF-----1351
305 Tylor MegillNYMP-------
306 Eric LauerMLWP-------
307 Christian VazquezBOSC132122--3
308 Yoshi TsutsugoPIT1B, OF-31---309
309 Cristian JavierHOUP-------
310 Vidal BrujanTBOF--4--41
311 Josh JungTEX3B-------
312 Cesar HernandezWAS2B--142-1-7
313 Devin WilliamsMLWP-------
314 Paul SewaldSEAP-------
315 Rowan WickCHCP-------
316 Yusei KikuchiSEAP-------
317 Zach PlesacCLEP-------
318 Joey WendleMIA3B, SS--1610725--
319 Randal GrichukTOROF-----13412
320 Elieser HernandezMIAP-------
321 Hunter DozierKC3B, OF-19-57-7011
322 Alejandro KirkTORC44-----8
323 Corey KluberTBP-------
324 Sean MurphyOAKC112-----5
325 Taijuan WalkerNYMP-------
326 Yandy DiazTB1B, 3B-81158--5
327 Adbert AlzolayCHCP-------
328 Miguel RojasMIASS----128--
329 Sixto SanchezMIAP-------
330 Manuel MargotTBOF-----1193
331 Nestor Cortes Jr.NYYP-------
332 Nick PivettaBOSP-------
333 Elias DiazCOLC98------
334 Tyler NaquinCINOF-----120-
335 James KaprielianOAKP-------
336 Mike ZuninoTBC105------
337 J.P. CrawfordSEASS----160--
338 Ian KennedyPHIP-------
339 Mike MoustakasCIN3B-11144---
340 Gary SanchezNYYC110-----5
341 Omar NarvaezMLWC111-1---1
342 Kyle GibsonPHIP-------
343 Eric HosmerSD1B-131----2
344 Josh HarrisonOAK2B, 3B, OF--10223823-
345 Rich HillBOSP-------
346 Michael FulmerDETP-------
347 Pavin SmithARZ1B, OF-54---98-
348 Chris FlexenSEAP-------
349 Kyle FinneganWASP-------
350 Carson KellyARZC91------
351 Evan LongoriaSF3B---78---
352 Ha-Seong KimSD2B, 3B, SS--212335--
353 Brandon MarshLAAOF-----70-
354 Dinelson LametSDP-------
355 Sam HilliardCOLOF-----631
356 Tanner RaineyWASP-------
357 Domingo GermanNYYP-------
358 Joey BartSFC1------
359 Reid DetmersLAAP-------
360 Wilmer FloresSF1B, 2B, 3B-343058--4
361 Brian AndersonMIA3B---651--
362 Patrick CorbinWASP-------
363 Darin RufSF1B, OF-44---362
364 Lorenzo CainMLWOF-----70-
365 Dominic SmithNYMOF-15---1142
366 Chad GreenNYYP-------
367 Chris PaddackSDP-------
368 Dane DunningTEXP-------
369 Adrian HouserMLWP-------
370 Jarren DuranBOSOF-----29-
371 Jose BarreroCINSS--2-97-
372 Didi GregoriusPHISS----101--
373 Brady SingerKCP-------
374 Diego CastilloSEAP-------
375 Drew SteckenriderSEAP-------
376 Tyler WellsBALP-------
377 Jonathan LoaisigaNYYP-------
378 Willie CalhounTEXOF-----4129
379 Edmundo SosaSTL2B, SS--249711-
380 Tony KempOAK2B, OF--89-1491
381 Nico HoernerCHC2B--301125-
382 Bobby BradleyCLE1B-68----5
383 Jose MirandaMIN3B-------
384 Michael PinedaMINP-------
385 Max StassiLAAC86------
386 Yadier MolinaSTLC1181-----
387 Nick SolakTEX2B--121---5
388 Rougned OdorBAL2B, 3B--7433---
389 Clint FrazierCHCOF-----63-
390 Josh LoweTBOF-----2-
391 Wade MileyCHCP-------
392 Dakota HudsonSTLP-------
393 Pierce JohnsonSDP-------
394 Anthony BenderMIAP-------
395 Eric HaaseDETC, OF661---2211
396 Dylan BundyMINP-------
397 Carlos HernandezKCP-------
398 Jorge MateoBALOF--1891824-
399 Victor RoblesWASOF-----104-
400 Robert SuarezSDP-------
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