2018 fantasy baseball rankings, sleepers and more
ESPN’s fantasy baseball game will launch soon, so that means it’s time to start studying.
Below you’ll find all of ESPN’s best content, from rankings to analysis, to help you win your draft.
Eric Karabell’s rankings for roto leagues: Top 300 and position-by-position rankings for the season ahead.
AJ Mass’ rankings for head-to-head points leagues: Overall and positional rankings for those in points-based leagues.
Tristan H. Cockcroft’s rankings for head-to-head categories leagues: All of the rankings you need for your head-to-head categories leagues.
Sleepers, breakouts and busts for 2018: Our experts predict the stars, bargains and disappointments of the 2018 season.
Altuve or Trout, who’s No. 1?: The Astros’ second baseman and Angels’ outfielder are both great, but who should be the first pick?
Why Kenley Jansen is a first-round pick: It seems like nonsense, but in points-based leagues the Dodgers’ closer offers incredible value.
What to watch in spring training: From Ohtani to the Marlins, here are the stories, players and teams to keep an eye on during the preseason.
Don’t be surprised if Aaron Judge hits 15 fewer home runs: Expecting another 50-HR season from the Yankees’ slugger? Here’s why you might want to temper your expectations.
How Shohei Ohtani will work in ESPN leagues: The “Japanese Babe Ruth” could change fantasy forever as a two-way player. Here’s how you can utilize him in our leagues.
Assessing the bust potential of Ohtani: Ohtani has plenty of talent, but there are several factors that could lead to a disappointing season relative to expectations.
The case against drafting Ohtani: In points-based leagues, the novelty of Ohtani’s two-way profile doesn’t deliver the same value it does in category-based leagues.
Fantasy baseball free-agent tracker: Who has signed where, and which key players remain free agents?
Fantasy baseball trade tracker: Which trades have made a meaningful impact on player value?
Closer chart: Scouting each bullpen for saves, including those next in line for the ninth-inning job.
February 15, 2018 at 10:32AM