On Dancer! On Prancer! On–Oh, I didn’t hear you come in. Welcome, reader! Grab some egg nog and brandy it up to the fire. You look festive. I love that Rudolph tongue ring. That’s the great thing about Christmas, no matter what your interpretation is, it’s all about commercialism. That’s unless you light the Munenori Kawasaki. The 2020 fantasy baseball rankings are not far away. Right now, January Grey is throwing darts at a board to figure out where to rank Shohei Ohtani, the hitter vs. Shohei Ohtani, the pitcher. Maybe I should use two dart boards. Hmm…In the meantime, let’s look at the players who have multiple position eligibility for this upcoming 2020 fantasy baseball season. I did this list of multi-position eligible players because I figured it would help for your 2020 fantasy baseball drafts. I’m a giver, snitches! Happy Holidays! I only listed players that have multiple position eligibility of five games or more started outside of their primary position. Not four games at a position, not three, definitely not two. Five games started. If they played eight games somewhere but only started one, they are not listed. 5, the Road Runner of numbers. So this should cover Yahoo, ESPN, CBS, et al (not the Israeli airline). Players with multiple position eligibility are listed once alphabetically under their primary position. Games played are in parenthesis. One big take away is Jonathan Villar started in, like, 200 games. That can’t be right. Oh, I know, they’re listed if they had 5 or more games started, but I noted games played in parenthesis, so Villar must’ve switched positions three times per game or played two positions at once because the Orioles only had seven fielders plus a pitcher. Don’t know, don’t care. Players are listed by Games Started, and Games Played are noted. It’s not confusing at all! This is the only time a year I do anything alphabetically, so I might’ve confused some letters. Is G or H first? Who knows, and, better yet, who cares! Wow, someone’s got the Grinchies, must be the spiked egg nog talking. Anyway, here’s all the players with multiple position eligibility for the 2020 fantasy baseball season and the positions they are eligible at:

CATCHERS

Willians Astudillo C (21), 1B (15), 3B (13), OF (8)
Victor Caratini C (59), 1B (23)
Travis d’Arnaud C (85), 1B (21)
Yasmani Grandal C (137), 1B (20)
John Hicks C (60), 1B (29)
Isiah Kiner-Falefa C (38), 3B (25)
Jonathan Lucroy C (87), 1B (9)
Christian Vazquez (110), 1B (10)
Stephen Vogt C (49), OF (5)
Tony Wolters C (112), 2B (8)

1ST BASEMEN

Matt Beaty 1B (35), OF (35), 3B (9)
Brandon Belt 1B (144), OF (15)
Michael Chavis 1B (43), 2B (40)
Garrett Cooper 1B (73), OF (31)
Cheslor Cuthbert 1B (46), 3B (40)
Aledmys Diaz 1B (26), 2B (25), 3B (19)
Brandon Dixon 1B (61), OF (33)
Yuli Gurriel 1B (110), 3B (42)
Howie Kendrick 1B (48), 2B (23), 3B (15)
Austin Nola 1B (59), 2B (15), C (7)
Renato Nunez 1B (24), 3B (9)
Jose Osuna 1B (31), OF (25), 3B (19)
Dominic Smith 1B (36), OF (33)
Eric Thames 1B (105), OF (12)
Sam Travis 1B (29), OF (19)
Neil Walker 1B (69), 3B (26)

2ND BASEMEN

Hanser Alberto 2B (90), 3B (66)
Luis Arraez 2B (49), OF (21), 3B (17)
Gordon Beckham 2B (39), SS (18), 3B (5)
Cavan Biggio 2B (84), OF (8)
Mike Brosseau 2B (26), 3B (18), OF (11)
Starlin Castro 2B (117), 3B (45)
Derek Dietrich 2B (58), 1B (21), OF (16)
Mauricio Dubon 2B (22), SS (10)
Kyle Farmer 2B (41), 1B (18), C (15), 3B (12)
Wilmer Flores 2B (64), 1B (16)
Logan Forsythe 1B (46), 3B (33), SS (15), 2B (8)
Mike Freeman 2B (33), 3B (18), SS (9)
Greg Garcia 2B (74), 3B (13)
Garrett Hampson 2B (50), OF (33), SS (15)
Adeiny Hechavarria 2B (29), SS (27), 3B (9)
Enrique Hernandez 2B (85), OF (43), SS (11)
Brock Holt 2B (60), 1B (11), OF (10)
Tony Kemp 2B (43), OF (33)
Tommy La Stella 2B (46), 3B (30)
DJ LeMahieu 2B (75), 3B (52), 1B (40)
Shed Long 2B (24), OF (16)
Nicky Lopez 2B (76), SS (33)
Brandon Lowe 2B (69), 1B (5), OF (5)
Ryan McMahon 2B (113), 3B (22), 1B (19)
Whit Merrifield 2B (82), OF (77)
Max Moroff 2B (10), SS (10)
Max Muncy 2B (70), 1B (65), 3B (35)
Chris Owings 2B (25), OF (15), 3B (13), SS (10)
Jose Peraza 2B (79), SS (39), OF (35)
Hernan Perez 2B (45), SS (21), 3B (14), OF (10)
Jurickson Profar 2B (124), OF (7)
Luis Rengifo 2B (104), SS (12)
Brendan Rodgers 2B (16), SS (9)
Ronny Rodriguez 2B (31), SS (20), 1B (13)
Jose Rondon 2B (19), SS (15), 3B (13)
Addison Russell 2B (63), SS (21)
Eric Sogard 2B (74), OF (7)
Donovan Solano 2B (36), SS (19)
Ildemaro Vargas 2B (48), 3B (14)
Jonathan Villar 2B (111), SS (97)
Tyler Wade 2B (18), OF (18)
Joey Wendle 2B (48), 3B (27), SS (10)
Ben Zobrist 2B (32), OF (17)

SHORTSTOPS

Ehire Adrianza SS (24), 3B (24), 1B (20), 2B (7), OF (7)
Tim Beckham SS (41), OF (13), 3B (10), 2B (8)
Jon Berti SS (32), OF (28), 3B (20)
Johan Camargo SS (25), 3B (18), OF (16)
Freddy Galvis SS (110), 2B (32)
Erik Gonzalez SS (26), 3B (16), OF (5)
Niko Goodrum SS (38), OF (32), 2B (22), 1B (18)
Jordy Mercer SS (59), 2B (8), 1B (5)
Kevin Newman SS (104), 2B (23)
Myles Straw SS (26), OF (18)
Gleyber Torres SS (77), 2B (65)
Richard Urena SS (10), 2B (7)
Luis Urias SS (41), 2B (26)

3RD BASEMEN

Brian Anderson 3B (67), OF (55)
David Bote 3B (67), 2B (50)
Alex Bregman 3B (99), SS (65)
Kris Bryant 3B (115), OF (44)
Asdrubal Cabrera 3B (98), 2B (31)
Jeimer Candelario 3B (69), 1B (20)
Yandy Diaz 3B (50), 1B (20)
Hunter Dozier 3B (100), OF (20), 1B (7)
Brandon Drury 3B (65), OF (25), 2B (16), 1B (12)
Tommy Edman 3B (55), 2B (29), OF (13)
Eduardo Escobar 3B (144), 2B (33)
David Fletcher 3B (90), 2B (42), SS (39), OF (23)
Ty France 3B (36), 2B (21)
Ryan Goins 3B (23), SS (14)
Ryon Healy 3B (44), 1B (11)
Jake Lamb 3B (36), 1B (24)
Manny Machado 3B (119), SS (37)
Brad Miller 3B (19), OF (17), 2B (13)
Colin Moran 3B (121), 2B (11)
Mike Moustakas 3B (105), 2B (47)
Daniel Robertson 3B (43), 2B (26), SS (16)
Sean Rodriguez 3B (24), OF (14), SS (11)
Rio Ruiz 3B (114), 1B (12)
Pablo Sandoval 3B (45), 1B (23)
Miguel Sano 3B (91), 1B (9)
Nick Solak 3B (11), 2B (5)
Matt Thaiss 3B (43), 1B (13)

OUTFIELDERS

Tyler Austin OF (25), 1B (23)
Jake Bauers OF (53), 1B (31)
Cody Bellinger OF (136), 1B (36)
Jay Bruce OF (59), 1B (16)
Mark Canha OF (90), 1B (15)
Harold Castro OF (44), 2B (34), 3B (10)
Charlie Culberson OF (46), 1B (10), SS (7)
J.D. Davis OF (79), 3B (31)
Leury Garcia OF (120), SS (19)
Marwin Gonzalez OF (59), 3B (40), 1B (21)
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. OF (60), 2B (9)
Ian Happ OF (29), 2B (13), 3B (8)
Scott Kingery OF (69), 3B (41), SS (18), 2B (10)
Trey Mancini OF (92), 1B (56)
Ketel Marte OF (96), 2B (83), SS (11)
Ryan McBroom OF (14), 1B (6)
Jeff McNeil OF (93), 2B (37), 3B (31)
Dylan Moore OF (45), SS (31), 2B (18), 3B (14)
Yairo Munoz OF (28), 3B (21), SS (17)
Wil Myers OF (134), 1B (7)
Gerardo Parra OF (63), 1B (14)
Joc Pederson OF (122), 1B (20)
Jace Peterson OF (12), 3B (7)
Chad Pinder OF (77), 2B (21), 3B (17)
J.T. Riddle OF (32), SS (12)
Danny Santana OF (51), 1B (44), 2B (17), SS (9), 3B (8)
Austin Slater OF (48), 1B (8)
Blake Swihart OF (19), C (8)
Chris Taylor OF (69), SS (39), 2B (20)
Josh VanMeter OF (48), 2B (18), 1B (17)
Stevie Wilkerson OF (102), 2B (13)

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goodfold2
goodfold2
2 years ago

CLE traded kluber for almost nothing (delino and clase, clase appears to be getting leverage right away at RR depth charts), WTF is going on there? unless they think he’s just broken or something. but even then how do you leave that deal getting only that.

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  goodfold2
2 years ago

and this can’t be right, but NYY intend to get lucky again on urshela, playing him OVER andujar?! this could just be an early depthcharts thing.

goodfold2
goodfold2
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

exactly, his value should be a good deal higher than that with 2 years left on contract. plesac/civale ain’t making up what he is over those 2 years, and even if one of them did that they should be getting more for him right now.

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
2 years ago

Grey,

What are your thoughts on this deal:

I give up: Justin Turner ($33), I have Vlad jr. and Jose ramirez for third, Craig Kimbrel ($28) and Dillon Peters ($6)
I get: Nomar Mazara ($28), Daniel Hudson ($6), Raisel Iglesias ($39) and $10 in salary.

Should I accept it?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

no out of $1300 salary cap

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

since it has a $1300 salary cap, what are your thoughts on the deal?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

ok im signing off on the deal. Merry Christmas Grey.

Ozone Ranger
Ozone Ranger
2 years ago

Merry Christmas to all the Razzball razzballers.

Garrett Hampson would be super valuable with three position qualifications if, you know, the Rockies would actually play their young talent more than twice a week for two innings.

Dominic Smith can rake, but his OF defense is like watching the Statue of David shag fly balls. And I’m pretty sure he will not overtake his main competition at his natural 1B position for the Mets. They have this polar bear with forearms bigger than my thighs hitting the planes flying overhead with his batted balls.

Ozone Ranger
Ozone Ranger
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

Agree. JD Davis is a super duper looper snooper sleeper. Too bad he’ll be kept in my NL-only auction league.

Dom Smith is trade bait USA. Some team will be happy to get him. I have him for a $1 to keep. Can you say Miami Marlins? Well, can I write it? I can’t. Or did I just write it?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
2 years ago

Grey,

Would you rather have Kimbrel or Raisel Iglesias?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

so trade Kimbrel for Raisel?

Smitty
2 years ago

Thanks Grey! Merry Christmas!

SlimJim13
SlimJim13
2 years ago

Grey,

Thanks for all the wisdom you have given us in 2019 and I look forward to “much more” in 2020 .
With your insights I’ve gotten, Albomso, Alvarez, Mercado, Robles, Eloy, Robert, & Bichette for a combined $38 to go into the draft.

Have a great holiday and continue the fine work that you do!!!!!

Dave D
Dave D
2 years ago

Just finished my ME Qualifier. This is my roster:

Draft Results – $125 Main Event Qualifier
Pick Round Player Pos Team Duration YTD
222 15 Vazquez, Christian C
312 21 Suzuki, Kurt C
72 5 Abreu, Jose 1B
42 3 Villar, Jonathan 2B
379 26 Cabrera, Asdrubal
12 1 Tatis Jr., Fernando SS
49 4 Robles, Victor OF
79 6 Soler, Jorge OF
102 7 Robert, Luis OF
139 10 Dahl, David OF
162 11 Schwarber, Kyle OF
319 22 Happ, Ian OF
372 25 Akiyama, Shogo OF
282 19 Fletcher, David CI
169 12 McMahon, Ryan MI
192 13 Lowe, Brandon MI
229 16 Gregorius, Didi UT

19 2 Flaherty, Jack P
109 8 Rodriguez, Eduardo P
132 9 Wheeler, Zack P
199 14 Kela, Keone P
252 17 Kopech, Michael P
259 18 Civale, Aaron P
289 20 Cueto, Johnny P
342 23 Kelly, Merrill P
349 24 Yamamoto, Jordan P
402 27 Davies, Zach P
409 28 Eflin, Zach P
432 29 Harvey, Hunter P
439 30 Ginkel, Kevin

Dave D
Dave D
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

Thanks. Its winner take all, and not part of overall pool, just a potential $1700 entry to the ME. I’ll take that chance. But, yeah, barring any injuries my team looks like it as good as any others in the league.

Malicious Phenoms
Malicious Phenoms
Reply to  Dave D
2 years ago

Thats a really good team Dave D!
You think Kela closes in Pittsburgh?

Dave D
Dave D
Reply to  Malicious Phenoms
2 years ago

Thanks, MP! Yes on Kela.

Nitro
Nitro
2 years ago

Considering this list, who do you think is very valuable, J. McNeil or E Suarez in a points league?

Nitro
Nitro
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

Thanks Grey, as everyone said above, thanks for all you provide. Happy holidays, Chag Sameach, and Happy New Year! COME BACK BASEBALL!!!

FrankGrimes
FrankGrimes
2 years ago

I learned a lot this year on survivor.
Merry Christmas brother.
Still waiting for a real copy of the most anticipated movie this decade.

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
2 years ago

Grey,

Do you think giving up Luis Urias, Garrett Hampson and Reynaldo Lopez for Zack Wheeler fair or is it too much? Happy Holidays buddy

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

Let me explain it another way. It is the three team deal i told you about. Team A wants to do this: Trade Lucchessi, Urias, Hampson and Lopez to Team B for Gio Gonzalez and Zach Wheeler. Then Team A trades Wheeler and Raisel Iglesias to me for Darvish and Justin Turner. What are your thoughts for Team A, B and then myself regarding the deal?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

u prefer darvish over Wheeler?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

ok I guess I will look elsewhere for a deal

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

grey,

What do you think of trading Alex Young and getting Avasil Garcia now with MIL?

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Scott Kimmel
2 years ago

he said no. I am tryong to acquire Zach Wheeler ($41), and need to ask you who I should offer to get him. ,This is my current team:

C/1B Mitch Garver (MIN) $6.00
C Salvador Perez (KC) $11.00
C/1B J.T. Realmuto (MIA) $26.00
1B/OF Cody Bellinger (LAD) $29.00
1B/3B/OF Hunter Dozier (KC) $6.00
1B Freddie Freeman (ATL) $30.00
1B/2B/3B Yuli Gurriel (HOU) $33.00
2B Jose Altuve (HOU) $34.00
2B/3B/SS/OF David Fletcher (LAA) $6.00
3B Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. (TOR) $6.00
3B Jose Ramirez (CLE) $53.00
3B Justin Turner (LAD) $33.00
SS Bo Bichette (TOR) $6.00
SS Didi Gregorius (PHI) $22.00
OF Yordan Alvarez (HOU) $6.00
OF Michael Brantley (HOU) $30.00
OF Nick Markakis (ATL) $19.00
OF J.D. Martinez (BOS) $39.00
OF Eddie Rosario (MIN) $18.00
OF Nick Senzel (CIN) $6.00
UT/SP Shohei Ohtani (LAA) $34.00
SP Yu Darvish () $33.00
SP Rich Hill () $6.00
SP Clayton Kershaw (LAD) $29.00
SP Corey Kluber (TEX) $42.00
SP Frankie Montas (OAK) $6.00
SP Chris Paddack (SD) $6.00
SP James Paxton (NYY) $34.00
SP Dillon Peters (LAA) $6.00
SP Chris Sale (BOS) $42.00
SP Max Scherzer (WAS) $47.00
SP Luis Severino (NYY) $33.00
SP Spencer Turnbull (DET) $6.00
SP Alex Young (ARI) $6.00
RP Giovanny Gallegos (STL) $6.00
RP Will Harris () $6.00
RP Jordan Hicks (STL) $25.00
RP Craig Kimbrel (CHC) $28.00
RP Corey Knebel (MIL) $26.00
RP Adam Ottavino (NYY) $30.00
RP Emilio Pagan (TB) $6.00
RP Yusmeiro Petit (OAK) $6.00
RP Will Smith (ATL) $17.00

Scott Kimmel
Scott Kimmel
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

I can ask if he is interested

pinkman
pinkman
2 years ago

Thanks Grey, this is such a useful tool for quick reference come draft prep season!

My dumb CBS AL-only league has Nick Solak as DH only, since he didn’t play more than 20 games anywhere in the field… now he’s gonna be clogging that spot in my lineup. Still think he’s worth keeping on the cheap? Here’s my projected draft day lineup…

C empty
C empty
1B Nate Lowe $10
2B Brandon Lowe $1
3B Rafael Devers $21
SS Marcus Semien $8
OF Aaron Judge $37
OF Eddie Rosario $17
OF Ramon Laureano $18
OF empty
OF empty
DH Nick Solak $9

Got no pitchers worth keeping. Other hitter options are Mookie ($56), Austin Hays ($8), Sean Murphy ($4)…

pinkman
pinkman
Reply to  pinkman
2 years ago

Forgot I have MI and CI spots too

Danny
Danny
2 years ago

Thanks Grey! Looking forward to rankings—— im curious how you view David Fletcher

Dave D
Dave D
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

Runs, baby! Hes a two category guy not just one, hehe..

Dave D
Dave D
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

For his/my/your sake I sure hope so. Twelve bags would be a nice bonus as well if we’re getting a little greedy.

Malicious Phenoms
Malicious Phenoms
2 years ago

Here’s to a very Merry Christmas and a fantastic Holiday Season to all razzball writers, commentators, readers and fans, with a chance for so much more!

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Snacks Zillion
Snacks Zillion
Reply to  Malicious Phenoms
2 years ago

very cool, Merry Christmas to you and yours too bro

packers2018
packers2018
2 years ago

Thanks Grey, for this list and all your insight throughout the year.

The Old Professor
The Old Professor
2 years ago

Scratch that, I’m a moron

The Old Professor
The Old Professor
2 years ago

No Ketel Marte’?

Sweatpants Nation
Sweatpants Nation
2 years ago

Thank you for your many gifts throughout the year Santa Grey. May all Razzball readers get what they hope for no matter what holiday they are celebrating…. with a chance for much more!
Me, I’m hoping for new sweatpants . The ones I’m wearing are pretty stained.

Sweatpants Nation
Sweatpants Nation
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

Haha. Yeah, you’d think but now you’re just be logical.. and sanitary.

Dave D
Dave D
2 years ago

Well, very thorough work, Grey. The one number that stood out to me as al all-in-on-McMahon is that he had 19 GP at 1B so he was one shy of eligibility this year in NFBC. That doesn’t hurt his value in DC so much, but is kind of a pain in regular format. I’m hoping he gets ten starts there quickly just in case.

Dave D
Dave D
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

Well, I’m 3/3 on drafting McMahon, Civale, Kopech so far. Ive got several 2/3. Clearly I like those guys. Im real confident in the first two. Kopech is a little iffy with Keuch and Gio signings if he’s not dominant in spring. I think he’ll force the issue if he’s back to 100% though.

Dave D
Dave D
Reply to  Grey
2 years ago

Hopefully I get something more like 150IP 12-6, 170K, 3.60/1.25. That would probably be a near best case scenario unless he goes all Buehler on us or something crazy.