Final Shortstop Rankings for 2020 - Updated 60-Game Schedule
|5||Fernando Tatis Jr.||Padres|
|8||Xander Bogaerts||Red Sox|
|12||Bo Bichette||Blue Jays|
|15||Tim Anderson||White Sox|
|33||Jose Peraza||Red Sox|
|40||Leury Garcia||White Sox|
- Francisco Lindor remains atop the Shortstop ranks, albeit only a spot of two ahead of Story and Turner. If the rumors are true and Lindor his 3rd, he’ll get slight boost in combined R+RBI.
- Based on this rank, I won’t be getting any shares of Bo Bichette. I’m not 100% there on the hype yet, so I’ll wait and see if he struggles, then scoop him at a slight discount in 2021.
- Amed Rosario is Tim Anderson. Tim Anderson is Amed Rosario.
- I wanted to push Dansby Swanson higher but the position is so stacked. With the addition of Yasiel Puig, Swanson will likely remain in the 6th or 7th spot in the lineup. I believe in his talent and if he were to grab hold of, say the two spot, he’d be five to six spots higher.
I’m hoping people forget about Dansby Swanson in drafts next year. His final line is meh thanks to a heal injury in July (at ~400 PA)
-Hard hit% 📈
-More than doubled his BRL%✅
-Unlucky .320 wOBA vs .346 xwOBA✅
-Sneaky good speed (88th percentile)✅
-25 years old ✅ pic.twitter.com/AVxUai4OGF
— Max Freeze (@FreezeStats) October 1, 2019
Some guys I like late are Willy Adames (he’ll play every day), Mauricio Dubon has a nice blend of moderate power and speed, Jon Berti and Niko Goodrum can play everywhere and should be in the lineup nearly every day given the lack of depth from both clubs.