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Final Third Base Rankings – 2020 Fantasy Baseball



Final Third Base Rankings 2020 - Updated for 60-Game Season

2020PlayerTeam
1Nolan ArenadoRockies
2Jose RamirezIndians
3Alex BregmanAstros
4Rafael DeversRed Sox
5Anthony RendonAngels
6Manny MachadoPadres
7Josh DonaldsonTwins
8DJ LeMahieuYankees
9Eugenio SuarezReds
10Kris BryantCubs
11Matt ChapmanAthletics
12Vladimir Guerrero Jr.Blue Jays
13Mike MoustakasReds
14Yoan MoncadaWhite Sox
15Max MuncyDodgers
16Miguel SanoTwins
17Yuli GurrielAstros
18Eduardo EscobarDiamondbacks
19J.D. DavisMets
20Justin TurnerDodgers
21Hunter DozierRoyals
22Tommy EdmanCardinals
23Scott KingeryPhillies
24Yandy DiazRays
25Miguel AndujarYankees
26Kyle SeagerMariners
27Starlin CastroNationals
28Brian AndersonMarlins
29Giovanny UrshelaYankees
30Travis ShawBlue Jays
31Matt CarpenterCardinals
32Maikel FrancoRoyals
33Tommy La StellaAngels
34Todd FrazierRangers
35Jon BertiMarlins
36Marwin GonzalezTwins
37Asdrubal CabreraNationals
38Evan LongoriaGiants
39Jeimer CandelarioTigers
40Johan CamargoBraves
41Ke'Bryan HayesPirates
42Jake LambDiamondbacks
43Brandon DruryBlue Jays
44Ty FrancePadres
45David BoteCubs
46Alec BohmPhillies
47Ryon HealyBrewers
48Colin MoranPirates
49Bobby DalbecRed Sox
50Michael BrosseauRays
51Matt ThaissAngels
52Jedd GyorkoBrewers
        • Yoan Moncada, ugh! This one hurts. I was on him as a potential AL MVP and now he’ll start on the IL due to COVID. Given the uncertainty of his symptoms and recovery, I had to knock him a bunch of spots.

    • Other than Moncada, almost no movement in the top 15. Kyle Seager and Starlin Castro are a couple of boring vets who moved up. Their playing time is guaranteed and they showed some moderate skills growth last season. Seager should bat third for the Mariners and Castro should be in the mix around the six spot for a stacked Nationals lineup.
    • With Guerrero Jr. making a move to first base, Travis Shaw gets a bump. Remember, he had back-to-back 30 homer seasons in 2017 and 2018 but if his contact rates are as dreadful as they were in 2019, he’s a quick drop.




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