What time is it?! 8:25 AM! No, random italicized voice, it’s time for the 2011 Fantasy Baseball Rankings. Second guess. All the 2011 fantasy baseball rankings will live in that link. The one that reads 2011 fantasy baseball rankings. It’s also at the top of the page. No, not “Home.” Between that, Fantasy Football and the Fantasy Baseball Forum link. Now we’re cooking with gas! If you’re a completist, follow us on Twitter or Facebook. I don’t go to either site longer than 2 minutes a month, but as ex-girlfriends have told me all you need is two minutes. Hmm… Maybe that’s why they’re ex. Nah, if I were a selfish lover, I wouldn’t have a mustache. Now my expositional half insists I breakdown some generalizations about these 2011 fantasy baseball rankings. The 2011 fantasy baseball rankings will be an ever-evolving mass like the blob. This fantasy baseball top 10 for 2011 list is as of right now and could potentially change with a big injury or Miguel Cabrera showing up at camp drunk, breaking a tooth on his maple bat as he tries to extract hops. So while it is the 2011 fantasy baseball gospel, take it with a tablet of salt. Tomorrow we will cover the rest of the top twenty for 2011 fantasy baseball then we will go around the horn with a top 20 list for every position. Then for pitchers and outfielders, I’ll turn the dial to 80. Listed next to each player are my 2011 projections. Did I consult with whoever else does projections? It would be ignorant not to, but in the end they are my projections. Players need 10 games at a position to get included in the positional rankings. Finally, as with each list in the 2011 fantasy baseball rankings, I will be mentioning where I see tiers start and stop. I look at tiers like this, if Miguel Cabrera and Albert Pujols are in the same tier, it doesn’t matter if one guy is ranked 1st and one guy is ranked 3rd, they’re both very close.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The 2011 fantasy baseball rankings are not as far away as you might think. Right now, January Grey is throwing darts at a board to figure out where to place Edwin Jackson. Exciting! In the meantime, let’s look at the players who have multiple position eligibility for this upcoming 2011 fantasy baseball season. This took me far longer than it probably should’ve. Can’t someone write me a program that sorts all the players by games played at a position?Please, blog, may I have some more?