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Rest of Season Fantasy Baseball Rankings and Projected First-Round of 2023

It is never too early to start thinking about next season. At least that’s what I tell myself whenever I am out of contention for a league title. In any event, since this is my final installment of this column for the 2022 season, I would look a bit beyond the final five weeks of the regular season. Our draft lobby will be open before you know it. So with that in mind, here are my never-too-early projections for next year’s first round. This was a fun exercise, as there were a ton of permutations I played with. If you just want to see my latest ROS rankings, just scroll to the bottom. And thanks for reading and providing feedback throughout the season. Hopefully, my rankings helped you along the way this year.

2023 Projected First Round Picks

First Pick – Ronald Acuna Jr.

If you are in a Best Ball league, or one with daily moves, then Shohei Ohtani is the pick. The ability to deploy him at both pitcher and hitter in each scoring period is simply a cheat code. But if you must designate beforehand how you use him, that lowers his value ever so slightly. Therefore, I am going with Acuna here. Acuna is coming off a terrible knee injury and has only played three-quarters of the season. Yet he enters September as a top-50 hitter on the year. His knee is constantly giving him problems, but you wouldn’t know it based on his 25 stolen bases. I believe the injury is what has sapped his power (11 home runs). Assuming he is 100 percent by next spring, he should be back to the 40-40 threat we have grown accustomed to seeing in a potent Braves lineup.

Second Pick – Trea Turner

If it is possible to post an under-the-radar top-three fantasy hitter on the season, Trea Turner may be doing just that. He is not dominating in any one category like Aaron Judge. But Turner contributes across the board at an elite level. He is in the top-10 in all of baseball in runs, RBI, stolen bases, and batting average. And he provides enough pop (18 homers so far) that he is not a drain in that area. He should threaten to score and drive in 100 runs this season, and this will likely be the case next year as well. The only nit to pick is that Turner will no longer provide dual-eligibility next season. All 130 of his appearances this year have occurred at shortstop. Shortstop is a bit more top-heavy than second base, but Turner is still an elite option going into next season.

Third Pick – Jose Ramirez

As of right now, I believe Jose Ramirez has a very good chance of being a top-three pick in 2023 drafts. And as of right now, I have very little interest in drafting him there. Ramirez has provided top-five hitter value this season, but I have a bit of concern. First, he is turning 30 this month, and his stolen base totals have fallen off dramatically in recent months. In 281 games from the beginning of the 2020 season through this past June, Ramirez stole 49 bases. In his last 54 games, he was swiped just two bags. Ramirez relies on his savvy rather than pure speed to steal bases, and his unwillingness to run lately is a bit worrisome. He still figures to be above average in all Roto categories, but I just don’t know if I would be willing to pay that price.

Fourth Pick – Shohei Ohtani

Even if you do have to designate his position before your league’s scoring period, having Shohei Ohtani provides fantasy managers with a huge edge. He has provided a combined 7.2 WAR this season, trailing only Aaron Judge. He has better numbers than Gerrit Cole as a pitcher this season. And as a hitter, he can hit a game-winning, 427-foot homer off of Cole as he did on Wednesday night. There is no one else like him. This could be my FOMO from the past couple of seasons talking, but I would probably take Ohtani before Ramirez. But I do think that in typical fantasy baseball leagues, more managers will gravitate towards Ramirez. Ohtani’s UT-only status as a hitter could limit flexibility at other positions more than some may like.

Fifth Pick – Julio Rodriguez

A star is born. At just 21 years of age, Julio Rodriguez is posting second-round fantasy value this season. He is one of just three players in all of MLB to eclipse 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases so far this year. Rodriguez has slowed down a bit from his torrid first-half pace. But a wrist injury and his first 100-plus game season of professional baseball are the likely culprits. Once Rodriguez gets some more seasoning, there is no limit to what he can do for fantasy purposes. He should be a fantasy force for years to come and will be a coveted pick come Draft Day 2023. Given that we have not yet seen his ceiling, I think Rodriguez may go inside the top-five overall next season.

Sixth Pick – Aaron Judge

The knock on Aaron Judge was never if he could do it. We knew he could when he smacked 52 home runs as a rookie in 2017. The question was whether he could stay healthy. Well, he played in over 90 percent of games last year and has only missed four tilts this season. That should be enough to ease concerns for some fantasy managers. Judge has 15 more home runs than any other player in baseball this season. The last time there was a double-digit discrepancy between the Major League home run leader and the runner-up was 2010. Oh, by the way, he also has 15 stolen bases. No other player in baseball with at least 15 stolen bases has more than 22 homers on the year. Judge has a great chance to lead the world in home runs again next season, regardless of where he plays.

Seventh Pick – Jacob deGrom

Since the beginning of the 2021 season, Jacob deGrom has made 21 MLB starts. In those games, he has allowed 57 hits while striking out 201 batters. You would be hard-pressed to replicate those numbers in MLB The Show. Considering how scarce quality starting pitching is, deGrom can easily be a top-five overall pick if he continues to dominate in September and October. For now, I will put him at number seven overall with the arrow hopefully pointing up. He is easily the most valuable pitcher on a per-start basis. The question becomes whether you are getting 30 starts, 20, or 12. Most fantasy managers will be willing to eat an IL spot at times given the upside deGrom provides combined with the dearth of quality options usually floating around waiver wires.

Eighth Pick – Juan Soto

Juan Soto was a top-three overall pick in most formats this season. However, things did not exactly go as planned for the 23-year-old. Saddled by a poor Nationals, lineup, Soto was hitting just .224 with 14 home runs at the end of June. Of course, Soto is now a San Diego Padre as a result of a deadline deal. His numbers in San Diego have not exactly jumped off the page either. Soto has just three homers in 24 games in San Diego. Regardless of whether he turns it around this year, I see many fantasy managers giving him a pass for this season. San Diego averages nearly a full run more than Washington has this year, even without Fernando Tatis Jr. Soto should put up monster numbers in his first full season in San Diego and could very easily lead the Majors in runs scored.

Ninth Pick – Shane McClanahan

I believe there will be much debate over who should be the first pitcher (excluding Ohtani) off the board next year. For now, I have deGrom in the top spot, but you can make the argument for several others. Justin Verlander has posted the best fantasy numbers of any starting pitcher, but he will be 40 years old in February. Gerrit Cole and Corbin Burnes feel like safer options. But both have been very human this season, particularly in recent weeks. Some may fancy a Dylan Cease or Sandy Alcantara. Meanwhile, all Shane McClanahan has done is provide top-two SP value including some ridiculous metrics. For example, his strikeout rate is higher than his hard-hit rate allowed. If his current shoulder injury is not a long-term issue, McClanahan could be a first-round pick as soon as next year.

Tenth Pick – Mookie Betts

Mookie Betts has already tied his career high with 32 home runs this season. He trails only Judge in fantasy value among Major League outfielders. Betts is in the top-five in all of baseball in runs scored and home runs. He has also made solid contributions all around, with 70 RBI and 12 steals. It will be interesting to see how fantasy managers treat Betts next season. There is no reason to expect a major dropoff from this season’s production. And yet, he is no longer the 30-30 threat he was in Boston. He also hasn’t hit over .300 since 2018. Betts hits atop a loaded lineup, so counting categories should provide enough of a floor for fantasy managers to buy in early. He may not be a sexy pick, but he can anchor fantasy lineups with his all-around game.

Eleventh Pick – Bryce Harper

Bryce Harper has missed nearly half of the 2022 season, yet is still a top-50 hitter in Roto value. That upside is not to be ignored. Harper has been relatively healthy over the past half-decade, so I expect managers to trust his track record. Since 2018, Harper has played in 586 games. In that time, he has scored 395 runs, hit 132 homers, driven in 383, and stolen 58 bases. That roughly equates to a 110-35-105-15 pace over 162 games. You are not going to find many hitters who can pack quite a punch. What is perhaps more interesting is that Harper’s batting average has improved in each of those seasons. If he can continue that trend, Harper will be squarely in the mix for the 2023 National League MVP award.

Twelfth Pick – Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

Despite what appears to be an MVP season from Paul Goldschmidt, I still think Vladito edges out him and Freddie Freeman as the top first baseman selected next year. That may certainly be up for debate, as is whether fantasy managers will make this choice at the end of the first or early second round. Several high-upside starting pitchers would still be available, as are stud hitters like Kyle Tucker, Manny Machado, Francisco Lindor, and Yordan Alvarez. And I haven’t even mentioned breakout players who contribute in multiple categories such as Adolis Garcia and Randy Arozarena. But like Soto, Guerrero has done enough in a down year (still a top-25 fantasy hitter) and has enough youth and upside to where we know how good he can be because he did it just last year. I still expect managers to regard Guerrero quite highly come next season.

Rest of Season Fantasy Baseball Rankings

RankPlayer NameTeamPosition
1Trea TurnerLAD2B
2Aaron JudgeNYYCF
3Jose RamirezCLE3B
4Mookie BettsLAD2B
5Vladimir Guerrero Jr.TOR1B
6Ronald Acuna Jr.ATLDH
7Shohei OhtaniLAASP
8Kyle TuckerHOURF
9Juan SotoSDRF
10Corbin BurnesMILSP
11Freddie FreemanLAD1B
12Gerrit ColeNYYSP
13Paul GoldschmidtSTL1B
14Yordan AlvarezHOULF
15Jacob deGromNYMSP
16Rafael DeversBOS3B
17Bo BichetteTORDH
18Julio RodriguezSEACF
19Manny MachadoSD3B
20Bryce HarperPHIDH
21Luis RobertCWSCF
22Austin RileyATL1B
23Pete AlonsoNYM1B
24Max ScherzerNYMSP
25Mike TroutLAACF
26Bobby Witt Jr.KC3B
27Sandy AlcantaraMIASP
28Jose AltuveHOU2B
29Randy ArozarenaTBDH
30Starling MarteNYMCF
31George SpringerTORCF
32Cedric Mullins IIBALCF
33Nolan ArenadoSTL3B
34Matt OlsonATL1B
35Brandon WoodruffMILSP
36Aaron NolaPHISP
37Carlos RodonSFSP
38Shane BieberCLESP
39Dylan CeaseCWSSP
40Kevin GausmanTORSP
41Teoscar HernandezTORDH
42Corey SeagerTEXDH
43Marcus SemienTEX2B
44Xander BogaertsBOSSS
45Francisco LindorNYMSS
46Jose AbreuCWS1B
47Giancarlo StantonNYYLF
48Julio UriasLADSP
49Dansby SwansonATLSS
50Bryan ReynoldsPITCF
51Robbie RaySEASP
52Eloy JimenezCWSDH
53Max FriedATLSP
54Christian YelichMILDH
55Carlos CorreaMINSS
56Joe MusgroveSDSP
57Kyle SchwarberPHI1B
58Alek ManoahTORSP
59Jorge PolancoMIN2B
60Will SmithLADC
61Yu DarvishSDSP
62Spencer StriderATLRP
63Anthony RizzoNYY1B
64C.J. CronCOL1B
65J.T. RealmutoPHIC
66Framber ValdezHOUSP
67Tommy EdmanSTL2B
68Luis CastilloSEASP
69Alex BregmanHOU3B
70Liam HendriksCWSRP
71Edwin DiazNYMRP
72Adolis GarciaTEXCF
73Charlie MortonATLSP
74Nick CastellanosPHIDH
75Ryan MountcastleBAL1B
76Willy AdamesMILSS
77Josh BellSD1B
78Amed RosarioCLECF
79J.D. MartinezBOSLF
80Clayton KershawLADSP
81Trevor StoryBOS2B
82Ketel MarteARI2B
83Frankie MontasNYYSP
84Willson ContrerasCHCC
85Emmanuel ClaseCLERP
86Chris BassittNYMSP
87Lucas GiolitoCWSSP
88Tyler O'NeillSTLCF
89DJ LeMahieuNYY1B
90Pablo LopezMIASP
91Gleyber TorresNYY2B
92Rhys HoskinsPHI1B
93Whit MerrifieldTOR2B
94Logan WebbSFSP
95Ty FranceSEA1B
96Alejandro KirkTORC
97Nathaniel LoweTEX1B
98Jordan RomanoTORRP
99Blake SnellSDSP
100Jonathan IndiaCIN2B
101Byron BuxtonMINCF
102Seiya SuzukiCHCLF
103Freddy PeraltaMILSP
104Andres GimenezCLE2B
105Lourdes Gurriel Jr.TOR1B
106Charlie BlackmonCOLDH
107Zac GallenARISP
108Lance LynnCWSSP
109Logan GilbertSEASP
110Javier BaezDET2B
111Josh RojasARI2B
112Luis GarciaHOUSP
113Jordan MontgomerySTLSP
114Jose BerriosTORSP
115Ian HappCHCCF
116Sonny GrayMINSP
117Cristian JavierHOUSP
118Rowdy TellezMIL1B
119Austin HaysBALLF
120Daulton VarshoARIC
121Nelson CruzWSHDH
122Devin WilliamsMILRP
123Brendan RodgersCOL2B
124Justin TurnerLAD3B
125Hunter RenfroeMILCF
126Tommy PhamBOSCF
127Kyle WrightATLSP
128Andrew VaughnCWS1B
129Josh NaylorCLE1B
130Ke'Bryan HayesPIT3B
131Salvador PerezKCC
132Sean ManaeaSDSP
133Alex VerdugoBOSLF
134Josh HaderSDRP
135Christian WalkerARI1B
136Cody BellingerLADCF
137Kenley JansenATLRP
138Tyler MahleMINSP
139Jeremy PenaHOUSS
140Matt ChapmanTOR3B
141Craig KimbrelLADRP
142Mitch HanigerSEARF
143Triston McKenzieCLESP
144Max MuncyLAD1B
145Franmil ReyesCHCRF
146Oneil CruzPITSS
147Joe RyanMINSP
148Steven KwanCLECF
149Patrick SandovalLAASP
150Zack WheelerPHISP
151Andrew BenintendiNYYLF
152Kolten WongMIL2B
153Shane McClanahanTBSP
154Mike ClevingerSDSP
155Justin VerlanderHOUSP
156Alex WoodSFSP
157Luis ArraezMIN1B
158Ryan McMahonCOL2B
159Jake CronenworthSD1B
160Randal GrichukCOLCF
161Dylan CarlsonSTLLF
162Ryan HelsleySTLRP
163Alex CobbSFSP
164Jon BertiMIA2B
165Camilo DovalSFRP
166Jeff McNeilNYM2B
167Alec BohmPHI3B
168Adley RutschmanBALC
169Anthony SantanderBALDH
170Taylor WardLAALF
171Ryan PresslyHOURP
172Brandon DrurySD1B
173Trevor RogersMIASP
174George KirbySEASP
175Wander FrancoTB3B
176Clay HolmesNYYRP
177Dustin MayLADSP
178David RobertsonPHIRP
179Joc PedersonSFCF
180Yuli GurrielHOU1B
181Brandon NimmoNYMLF
182Carlos CarrascoNYMSP
183Paul SewaldSEARP
184Adam WainwrightSTLSP
185Christopher MorelCHC2B
186Tyler AndersonLADSP
187Jameson TaillonNYYSP
188Michael Harris IIATLCF
189Jorge LopezMINSP
190Nico HoernerCHC2B
191Scott BarlowKCRP
192Drew RasmussenTBSP
193AJ PollockCWSCF
194Kris BryantCOL1B
195Ozzie AlbiesATL2B
196Andrew McCutchenMILDH
197Thairo EstradaSF2B
198David BednarPITRP
199Jazz Chisholm Jr.MIA2B
200Andrew HeaneyLADSP
201Marcell OzunaATLDH
202Jesse WinkerSEADH
203Jeffrey SpringsTBRP
204Yandy DiazTB1B
205Gregory SotoDETRP
206Corey KluberTBSP
207Jose UrquidyHOUSP
208Tony GonsolinLADSP
209Alek ThomasARICF
210Eduardo RodriguezDETSP
211Luke VoitWSH1B
212Jose MirandaMIN1B
213Daniel BardCOLRP
214Marcus StromanCHCSP
215Tanner ScottMIARP
216Gavin LuxLAD2B
217Brandon LoweTB2B
218Trey ManciniHOU1B
219Tim AndersonCWSSS
220Jean SeguraPHI2B
221Chris TaylorLAD2B
222Ramon LaureanoOAKCF
223Joey GalloLADDH
224Felix BautistaBALRP
225Eric LauerMILSP
226Ranger SuarezPHISP
227Nestor Cortes Jr.NYYSP
228Merrill KellyARISP
229Luis UriasMIL2B
230Brady SingerKCSP
231MJ MelendezKCC
232Nick LodoloCINSP
233Travis d'ArnaudATLC
234Jose IglesiasCOL2B
235Josh DonaldsonNYY3B
236Mike YastrzemskiSFCF
237J.P. CrawfordSEASS
238Mark CanhaNYMLF
239Jhoan DuranMINRP
240German MarquezCOLSP
241Jose QuintanaSTLSP
242Nolan GormanSTL2B
243Miles MikolasSTLSP
244Justin SteeleCHCSP
245Nathan EovaldiBOSSP
246Keibert RuizWSHC
247Andres MunozSEARP
248Michael KopechCWSSP
249Luis GarciaWSH2B
250Kyle GibsonPHISP
251Riley GreeneDETCF
252Miguel RojasMIASS
253Giovanny GallegosSTLRP
254Max KeplerMINCF
255Myles StrawCLECF
256Garrett WhitlockBOSRP
257Joey WendleMIA2B
258Josiah GrayWSHSP
259Nick PivettaBOSSP
260Noah SyndergaardPHISP
261Brandon CrawfordSFSS
262Manuel MargotTBCF
263Lance McCullers Jr.HOUSP
264Oscar GonzalezCLERF
265Jake McCarthyARICF
266A.J. PukOAKRP
267Ross StriplingTORSP
268Martin PerezTEXSP
269Raisel IglesiasATLRP
270Wilmer FloresSF1B
271Eugenio SuarezSEA3B
272Reid DetmersLAASP
273JT BrubakerPITSP
274Avisail GarciaMIARF
275Garrett CooperMIA1B
276David FletcherLAA2B
277A.J. MinterATLRP
278Taylor RogersMILRP
279Trent GrishamSDCF
280Jesus LuzardoMIASP
281Austin MeadowsDETDH
282Kyle FinneganWSHRP
283Aaron AshbyMILSP
284Connor JoeCOL1B
285Taijuan WalkerNYMSP
286Corbin CarrollARICF
287Patrick WisdomCHC1B
288Christian VazquezHOU1B
289Roansy ContrerasPITSP
290Eric HosmerBOS1B
291Gio UrshelaMIN3B
292Nick SenzelCIN2B
293Dane DunningTEXSP
294Eddie RosarioATLLF
295Isiah Kiner-FalefaNYYSS
296Mark MelanconARIRP
297Harold RamirezTB1B
298David PeraltaTBDH
299Keegan AkinBALSP
300Danny JansenTORC
301Jason AdamTBRP
302John SchreiberBOSRP
303Jonathan HernandezTEXRP
304Alexis DiazCINRP
305Hector NerisHOURP
306Isaac ParedesTB1B
307Andrew BellattiPHIRP
308Jorge SolerMIADH
309Jon GrayTEXSP
310Matt BushMILRP
311Aroldis ChapmanNYYRP
312Sean MurphyOAKC
313Diego CastilloSEARP
314Jesus AguilarBAL1B
315Lars NootbaarSTLCF
316Colin PocheTBRP
317Steven MatzSTLSP
318Harrison BaderNYYCF
319Adam FrazierSEA2B
320Luis GarciaSDRP
321Pete FairbanksTBRP
322Ben GamelPITCF
323Gunnar HendersonBALSS
324Bryan AbreuHOURP
325Austin SlaterSFLF
326Emilio PaganMINRP
327Patrick CorbinWSHSP
328Seth BrownOAK1B
329Santiago EspinalTOR2B
330Evan PhillipsLADRP
331Jurickson ProfarSD1B
332Kendall GravemanCWSRP
333Trevor StephanCLERP
334Zach PlesacCLESP
335Vinnie PasquantinoKC1B
336Yoan MoncadaCWS3B
337MacKenzie GoreWSHSP
338Tyler NaquinNYMCF
339Kyle FarmerCIN3B
340Edward CabreraMIASP
341Cole SulserMIARP
342Yusei KikuchiTORSP
343William ContrerasATLC
344Seranthony DominguezPHIRP
345Erik SwansonSEARP
346Tanner HouckBOSSP
347Albert PujolsSTL1B
348Christian BethancourtTB1B
349Aaron CivaleCLESP
350Rafael MonteroHOURP
351Joe MantiplyARIRP
352Dillon TateBALRP
353Shane BazTBSP
354Jorge MateoBAL2B
355Mike MinorCINSP
356Matt FestaSEARP
357Brooks RaleyTBRP
358Jonah HeimTEXC
359Matt MooreTEXSP
360Carson KellyARIC
361Matt BarnesBOSRP
362Brandon BeltSF1B
363Rowan WickCHCRP
364Wil CrowePITRP
365Jake FraleyCINLF
366Brandon HughesCHCRP
367Cal RaleighSEAC
368Nicky LopezKC2B
369Ian KennedyARIRP
370Ian AndersonATLSP
371Owen MillerCLE1B
372Cole IrvinOAKSP
373Cal QuantrillCLESP
374Matt StrahmBOSRP
375David PetersonNYMSP
376Luis SeverinoNYYRP
377Juan YepezSTL1B
378Jose QuijadaLAARP
379Seth LugoNYMRP
380Ryan TeperaLAARP
381Dylan BundyMINSP
382Bailey OberMINSP
383Rafael OrtegaCHCCF
384Nick FortesMIAC
385Bobby DalbecBOS1B
386Raimel TapiaTORCF
387Gary SanchezMINC
388Kike HernandezBOS2B
389Brayan BelloBOSSP
390Adam CimberTORRP
391Caleb ThielbarMINRP
392Brock BurkeTEXRP
393Eli MorganCLERP
394Jack FlahertySTLSP
395James KarinchakCLERP
396Eduardo EscobarNYM1B
397Dominic LeoneSFSP
398Trevor RichardsTORRP
399Jimmy HergetLAARP
400Miguel CabreraDET1B
401Zach JacksonOAKRP
402Jonathan LoaisigaNYYRP
403Jeimer CandelarioDET3B
404Tylor MegillNYMSP
405Yasmani GrandalCWS1B
406Madison BumgarnerARISP
407Robbie GrossmanATLLF
408Carl Edwards Jr.WSHRP
409LaMonte Wade Jr.SF1B
410Jarred KelenicSEACF
411Clarke SchmidtNYYRP
412Wandy PeraltaNYYRP
413Jake OdorizziATLSP
414Brad HandPHIRP
415Ian GibautCINRP
416Drew SmylyCHCSP
417Tyrone TaylorMILLF
418Kyle LewisSEACF
419Keegan ThompsonCHCSP
420Matt BrashSEASP
421Spencer TorkelsonDET1B
422Hunter GreeneCINSP
423Lou TrivinoNYYRP
424Cesar HernandezWSH2B
425Matt CarpenterNYY1B
426Evan LongoriaSF3B
427Brandon MarshPHICF
428Tyler WellsBALRP
429Jarren DuranBOSCF
430Marco GonzalesSEASP
431Drew SteckenriderSEARP
432Nolan JonesCLE3B
433Glenn OttoTEXSP
434Didi GregoriusFASS
435Yadier MolinaSTLC
436Ji-Man ChoiTB1B
437Will SmithHOURP
438Brendan DonovanSTL1B
439Brett MartinTEXRP
440Michael FulmerMINSP
441Chris ArcherMINSP
442Ryne StanekHOURP
443Elvis AndrusCWSSS
444Joe JimenezDETRP
445Darin RufNYM1B
446Chris StrattonSTLRP
447JT ChargoisTBRP
448Adam OttavinoNYMRP
449Jalen BeeksTBRP
450Reynaldo LopezCWSSP
451Nick MadrigalCHC2B
452Brusdar GraterolLADRP
453Jakob JunisSFSP
454Kyle BradishBALSP
455Carlos EstevezCOLRP
456Jose LeclercTEXRP
457Michael WachaBOSSP
458Jonathan SchoopDET1B
459Mitch KellerPITSP
460Josh StaumontKCRP
461Ryan ThompsonTBRP
462Tommy La StellaSF2B
463Jesus SanchezMIACF
464Bryson StottPHI2B
465Zach EflinPHISP
466Lane ThomasWSHLF
467Dylan FloroMIARP
468Daniel LynchKCSP
469Joe BarlowTEXRP
470Art WarrenCINRP
471Elias DiazCOLC
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