One super quick word about the top 20 2nd basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball and all the 2019 fantasy baseball rankings, each ranking appears insanely long and it is, but I imagine in a lot of leagues guys won’t have eligibility, because I’m using the extremely lax Yahoo position eligibility. Without further ado because this post is longer than the combined length of the Gutenberg Bible and Steve Guttenberg’s IMDB page, I mention where tiers start and stop and all projections are mine and cannot be reproduced without the express written consent of Major League–Damn, I’m being told by Major League Baseball I did not have express written consent to use their warning. Anyway, here’s the top 20 2nd basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball:Please, blog, may I have some more?
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Prospect Jesus (Ralph Lifshitz) has plenty of children throughout the Minor Leagues. Players he has a unique affinity for, all of whom generally become stud Major Leaguers. But how many of them actually share a name? Is it Jesus, Jr? In an age rampant with Juniors in the game, maybe we should refer to Jesus Luzardo as Jesus, Jr. There’s no denying his talent, so sit back and listen to just how good Ralph’s offspring is, and how he can help your Fantasy Baseball teams!Please, blog, may I have some more?
….but I just can’t help myself. Baseball is almost upon us, Grey is creating literary gold, and I get to write about guys that play with tiny white balls. It’s good to be back. Anyways, in this weekly piece, I’ll highlight one player and see if I’m bearish or bullish on their prospects going forward. For those who are new, bear or bull is an expression used in the stock market to convey optimism or pessimism. A bull attacks with its horns in an upward motion, while a bear swipes its claws downward. Hence, being bullish is good because value goes up, while being bearish is bad because value goes down. As I was scrolling through the rankings (Razzball and FantasyPros), one player immediately jumped out to me: Eugenio Suarez.Please, blog, may I have some more?
I have to keep this short, because after the jump is going to be the longest post you’ve ever seen in your life. How do I know all the posts you’ve seen to compare this one to? Because I’m sitting behind you. *waves* Hey! Also, the top 20 1st basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball are the saddest crop of 60-something 1st basemen I’ve ever seen. I’m shook, Baby Boo! So, I’ve given you the top 10 for 2019 fantasy baseball, top 20 for 2019 fantasy baseball and top 20 catchers for 2019 fantasy baseball. Here’s Steamer’s 2019 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Hitters and 2019 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Pitchers. All projections included here are mine, and where I see tiers starting and stopping are included. Let’s do this! Anyway, here’s the top 20 1st basemen for 2019 fantasy baseball:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Walker Buehler is really, really, really, ridiculously good at pitching. It’s almost unfair the Dodgers can throw Kershaw from the left side, followed up by Buehler from the right. Hey, maybe that’s why they’ve been playing in November lately (well, if they could’ve won more than 1 game that is). With all of the greatness Buehler adds, does it make him elite for Fantasy Baseball purposes as well? We covered him next in our 2019 Video Draft Guide (check out Flaherty after you watch this one).Please, blog, may I have some more?
Moving right along through our Top 100, we have the back half of the top 50 prospects for 2019 fantasy baseball. I could say that this is where the list gets interesting, but it’s just a list of (potential) baseball players on the internet, so “interesting” might be giving myself too much credit. If you’re just joining us, you may want to check out the top 25 prospects for 2019 fantasy baseball. And for full reports on each team’s prospects, you’ll want to hit the 2019 minor league preview index. Two things you’ll notice about this chunk of the list: 1) it’s where the better 2018 signees reside; and 2) more pitching. I find that this section of the rankings goes nicely with a 12-year-old Highland Single Malt. Or Dewars. Either way. It’s ten in the morning.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Hello, darkness, my old friend. But replace ‘darkness’ with ‘catchers’ and ‘my old friend’ with ‘we have to get through this to get further into our 2019 fantasy baseball rankings.’ Hmm…Then replace ‘our 2019 fantasy baseball rankings’ with ‘my 2019 fantasy baseball rankings,’ then replace ‘with’ with ‘wit’ to millennialify it, then replace every third ‘replace’ with ‘in place of’ to diversify word choice because my 3rd grade teacher, Ms. Pinatauro, said we shouldn’t repeat words–Actually, she can eat it! After going over the top 10 for 2019 fantasy baseball and the top 20 for 2019 fantasy baseball (clickbait!), we are now in the positional rankings, and all 2019 fantasy baseball rankings can be found there. Here’s Steamer’s 2019 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Hitters and 2019 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Pitchers. The projections noted in the post are my own, and I mention where tiers start and stop. I also mention a bunch of hullabaloo, so let’s get to it. Anyway, here’s the top 20 catchers for 2019 fantasy baseball:Please, blog, may I have some more?
Is this the Ace that no one is talking about? Sometimes we have to take a stand, right? Sometimes we have to go out on a limb, correct? In 2019 I’m planting my flag with the Cardinals up and comer Jack Flaherty, to return better results than the Top 20 Starting Pitcher he’s already being drafted as. Is it too bold to declare him a Top 10 arm? I’m making that claim! And Prospect Jesus didn’t do anything to dispute my declaration, with some eye popping numbers the data provides. Check it out, and see if you agree.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The Dukes are back! Grey and Lifshitz, your favorite perts least favorite perts. Truman, Ford, Hughes, Disney, Jobs, West, Albright. These are innovators of their craft, and it’s my honor to talk through Grey’s thought process when creating his Top 20 for 2019 Fantasy Baseball. January Grey is Birthday Grey, and everyone loves January Grey, and a birthday boy. In other words it’s Albright’s month, the rest of us are just living for 31 days. So tune in, and get back on the good foot. THE RAZZBALL FANTASY BASEBALL PODCAST IS BACK for the two dot one 9ine. As always, go and checkout our sponsor Rotowear.com and peep all of their recent releases!Please, blog, may I have some more?
Yesterday, I went over the top 10 for 2019 fantasy baseball. Was surprised by the questioning of Acuña’s ranking. Let me say this, if you were not on board with Acuña, you’re going to get thrown from the train on the top 20. Today, I throw out preconceived notions, drink some potions and lather up my body with lotions, as I sloppily slip and slide my way through a very precarious top 20 for 2019 fantasy baseball. This top twenty is a blind man playing Twister. Half the time, I’m grabbing for things not knowing if they’re there or not. I legit think this top 20 could go countless other ways. Is countless a widowed Countess? No, it’s not, it’s a confusing AF top 20 for fantasy baseball. All the positional rankings will live under the 2019 fantasy baseball rankings. Here’s Steamer’s 2019 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Hitters and 2019 Fantasy Baseball Projections for Pitchers. The projections in this post are, as always, mine. (But if you click on a player’s name, you see Steamer’s projections for that specific player. It’s magic!) Anyway, here’s the top 20 for 2019 fantasy baseball:Please, blog, may I have some more?