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FantraxHQ 2023 Consensus Second Base Rankings

It’s Fantasy Baseball draft season! While some of us degenerates were drafting back in October and November, now is the time when fantasy baseball drafts really kick into high gear. We here at FantraxHQ have been pumping out a ton of great content all offseason long and are diving head-first into our 2023 Fantrax Fantasy Baseball Draft Kit. A big part of any draft kit are the rankings, and we’re continuing our staff consensus rankings for 2023 with our consensus second base rankings.

Below you’ll find the consensus rankings that nine of our MLB writers were involved in. The writers involved are Eric Cross, Matt Heckman, Lauren Auerbach, David Mendelson, Mike Carter, Taylor Tarter, Ryan Kirksey, Dave Funnell, and Tyler Bowen. Each writer provided anywhere from 40-50 second basemen so we could create our consensus rankings.

Hopefully, these rankings will help assist you in all your fantasy drafts this season, and make sure to check out our 2023 Draft Kit for more great content leading up to opening day!

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Second Base Rankings for 2023

Meet the Analysts: EC = Eric Cross | MH = Matt Heckman | LA = Lauren Auerbach | DM = David Mendelson | MC = Mike Carter | TT = Taylor Tarter | RK = Ryan Kirksey | DF = Dave Funnell | TB = Tyler Bowen

1Marcus Semien222311111
2Jose Altuve111142322
3Jazz Chisholm Jr.433233433
4Ozzie Albies355424244
5Andres Gimenez664555565
6Tommy Edman5861097656
7Jorge Polanco114867107714
8Brandon Lowe129121168887
9Gleyber Torres9127148691010
10Max Muncy8109711201198
11Jonathan India1071081017101311
12Vaughn Grissom7111317162115159
13Ketel Marte131314151218131413
14Jean Segura191915121315181217
15Thairo Estrada15181119239212120
16Jake Cronenworth141421211422142221
17Jeff McNeil171522131840121612
18Bryson Stott181719181924222416
19Brandon Drury162716232814172315
20Kolten Wong262225162012251922
21Luis Arraez202317201745161818
22Whit Merrifield232924251516201727
23Gavin Lux212120302229232625
24Brendan Rodgers272023312131242519
25Josh Rojas222418242438193126
26DJ LeMahieu242527292523282028
27Luis Urias291628283419292924
28Christopher Morel313142273513363023
29Nick Gordon28NR29262644302729
30Chris Taylor393530333130272835
31Luis Garcia444326342725263236
32Luis Rengifo323834404227313334
33Brendan Donovan352639452943NR3730
34Nolan Gorman4336NR37323534NR33
35Isaac Paredes482841383633323631
36Rodolfo Castro46333250NR28354132
37Jon Berti404035394137333937
38Ramon Urias493037NRNR3443NR40
39Tony Kemp3839334138NR384044
40Michael Massey3332NRNR4041414347

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  1. Taylor says

    Hey, I was the one that ranked McNeil low. This list is for fantasy baseball and Jeff McNeil is not very special in fantasy. Yes, he is much better as a real life baseball player, but he is essentially only good for batting average in fantasy baseball.

    He posted one season of double-digit home runs in his career and it was in 2019 with the juiced ball. All the players I ranked ahead of him have more power, more speed, more upside, or all three.

    Additionally, he has lousy hard contact metrics and a low HR/FB%. 2019 was a clear fluke.

    Again, he may be a great fielder, but this is a fantasy baseball list and fielding doesn’t count in fantasy.

  2. Jemo says

    This has got to be a joke. Jeff McNeil is #17 and Taylor Starter has him at #40? He’s one of the better fielding second basemen and was the batting champion last year. on the other hand, Gleybor Torres is a below average fielder and an average batter. He should not be as high as he is.

    I want to know what facts and statistics were used to make this list. it seems like pure opinion to me. I don’t see how their opinions would be any more accurate than mine.

  3. Shane says

    Santiago Espinal? Literally an all-star 2B in 2022

    1. Eric Cross says

      He’s likely a part-time player in 2023.

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