I would say the fact you are reading a 2020 Fantasy Baseball Week 3 anything is a win. Multiple times a day it seems like nothing makes sense, and that’s just in the world of baseball. Will St. Louis ever play a full schedule during the week, or is it just going to be seven inning double headers from here on out? Yelich hit a home run but it was the inside the park variety? Cardboard cutouts of fans come to life on Fox? So in spite of Covid we may not have school in school but we definitely still have baseball. You can find last week’s list here.

Here are some of the movers for this week, followed by the list:

Mike Trout – Sometimes a man becomes a first time Dad and is bleary eyed and beaten down for a couple months. Sometimes a man becomes a first time Dad and he’s better than his best self ever was. Mike Trout has put all his worries and concerns behind him and is the Number 1 guy for the foreseeable future.

Fernando Tatis Jr. – He’s killing it, and on one of the Top 3 run scoring teams in the league. Hey San Diego, looks like you’ve made it. Well, your offense anyway.

Eloy Jimenez – Sympathy vote for giving up Yelich’s inside the park homer. Fine, he’s good, happy now?

Matt Olson – So there, now do you guys see what I’m saying?! Must be the mustache right?

Joey Votto – Old man Votto ain’t done yet, not by a long shot. The lack of fans and isolationism must remind him of Canada or something, because he looks right at home.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. & Bo Bichette – So far it’s not working out for them. Maybe they really hated being in AAA and it brings back bad memories even thinking about going back there or something.

Paul Goldschmidt – It’s not him, it’s his team. They just can’t take the Covid rules seriously!

Tommy Pham & Trent Grisham – The San Diego boys are booming. I mean it’s just not fair, they get to live in beautiful sunny perfect San Diego and have a great offense?

Ryan Braun – Another old man, but this one’s looking old and barely hanging on to the Top 100. He’s on the IL and if Yelich doesn’t pick it up soon there could be trouble brewing in the Top 5.

Byron Buxton – If he doesn’t start getting more playing time it might be curtains for him and the high hopes for his potential.

Rank Name Position Team Last Change
1 Mike Trout OF LAA 37 36
2 Christian Yelich OF MIL 1 -1
3 Cody Bellinger 1B/OF LAD 2 -1
4 Ronald Acuna Jr. OF ATL 3 -1
5 Francisco Lindor SS CLE 4 -1
6 Jose Ramirez 3B CLE 5 -1
7 Trea Turner SS WSH 6 -1
8 Trevor Story SS COL 7 -1
9 Mookie Betts OF LAD 9 0
10 Nolan Arenado 3B COL 10 0
11 Aaron Judge OF NYY 11 0
12 J.D. Martinez OF BOS 12 0
13 Fernando Tatis Jr. SS SD 17 4
14 Rafael Devers 3B BOS 8 -6
15 Javier Baez SS CHC 13 -2
16 Bryce Harper OF PHI 14 -2
17 Anthony Rizzo 1B CHC 15 -2
18 Adalberto Mondesi SS KC 16 -2
19 Alex Bregman SS/3B HOU 18 -1
20 Ketel Marte 2B/OF ARI 19 -1
21 Juan Soto OF WSH 20 -1
22 George Springer OF HOU 21 -1
23 Xander Bogaerts SS BOS 22 -1
24 Nelson Cruz DH MIN 23 -1
25 Manny Machado SS/3B SD 24 -1
26 Giancarlo Stanton OF NYY 25 -1
27 Freddie Freeman 1B ATL 26 -1
28 Jose Altuve 2B HOU 27 -1
29 Nick Castellanos OF CIN 28 -1
30 Luis Robert OF CHW 29 -1
31 Keston Hiura 2B MIL 30 -1
32 Pete Alonso 1B NYM 32 0
33 Josh Donaldson 3B MIN 34 1
34 J.T. Realmuto C PHI 35 1
35 Charlie Blackmon OF COL 36 1
36 Ozzie Albies 2B ATL 38 2
37 Starling Marte OF ARI 39 2
38 Gleyber Torres 2B/SS NYY 40 2
39 Mike Moustakas 2B/3B CIN 41 2
40 Austin Meadows OF TB 42 2
41 Marcell Ozuna OF ATL 43 2
42 Kyle Schwarber OF CHC 44 2
43 Kris Bryant 3B CHC 45 2
44 Carlos Correa SS HOU 46 2
45 Whit Merrifield 2B/OF KC 47 2
46 Eugenio Suarez 3B CIN 48 2
47 Jose Abreu 1B CHW 49 2
48 Anthony Rendon 3B LAA 50 2
49 Tim Anderson SS CHW 51 2
50 Yuli Gurriel 1B/3B HOU 52 2
51 Eddie Rosario OF MIN 53 2
52 Adam Eaton OF WSH 54 2
53 Victor Robles OF WSH 55 2
54 Carlos Santana 1B CLE 56 2
55 Rhys Hoskins 1B PHI 57 2
56 Yoan Moncada 3B CHW 58 2
57 Eloy Jimenez OF CHW 72 15
58 Yordan Alvarez DH HOU 59 1
59 Oscar Mercado OF CLE 60 1
60 Andrew McCutchen OF PHI 61 1
61 Michael Brantley OF HOU 62 1
62 Yasmani Grandal C/1B CHW 63 1
63 Max Kepler OF MIN 64 1
64 Matt Olson 1B OAK 70 6
65 Franmil Reyes OF CLE 65 0
66 Gary Sanchez C NYY 67 1
67 Marcus Semien SS OAK 68 1
68 Joey Votto 1B CIN 85 17
69 Jorge Polanco SS MIN 69 0
70 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 1B TOR 31 -39
71 Bo Bichette SS TOR 33 -38
72 Tommy Pham OF SD 80 8
73 Jeff McNeil 2B/3B/OF NYM 73 0
74 DJ LeMahieu 1B/2B/3B NYY 74 0
75 Shohei Ohtani DH LAA 75 0
76 Jonathan Villar 2B/SS MIA 76 0
77 Paul Goldschmidt 1B STL 66 -11
78 Andrew Benintendi OF BOS 71 -7
79 David Dahl OF COL 78 -1
80 Josh Bell 1B PIT 79 -1
81 Justin Turner 3B LAD 81 0
82 Michael Conforto OF NYM 82 0
83 Matt Chapman 3B OAK 84 1
84 Christian Vazquez C BOS 86 2
85 Corey Seager SS LAD 87 2
86 Jorge Soler OF KC 88 2
87 Ramon Laureano OF OAK 89 2
88 Willson Contreras C CHC 90 2
89 Edwin Encarnacion 1B CHW 91 2
90 Paul DeJong SS STL 92 2
91 Eduardo Escobar 2B/3B ARI 93 2
92 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. OF TOR 94 2
93 David Peralta OF ARI 95 2
94 Alex Verdugo OF BOS 96 2
95 Mitch Garver C MIN 97 2
96 Cavan Biggio 2B TOR 98 2
97 Ryan Braun OF MIL 77 -20
98 Trent Grisham OF SD NA NA
99 Byron Buxton OF MIN 83 -16
100 Max Muncy 1B/2B/3B/OF LAD 100 0
 
  1. Ross says:
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    I think a Top 150 Hitters might make more sense for the site. Essentially, all these players are owned in every league, so this functions as a trade value chart.

    At 150, we could get your impressions on how hot waiver-wire pickups and/or prospects stack up with our owned players. Thanks.

    • Thomas Howland

      Thomas Howland says:
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      In a season like this 250 might not be enough for all the movement! But there are plenty of other options here that can give you what you’re looking for, just click around :)

  2. Simsbad says:
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    C. Santana is available in my league. My current 1B and CI are Gurriel and Chapman. Any advice?

    • Thomas Howland

      Thomas Howland says:
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      I’d rather have Santana than many others, but he’s too close to Gurriel and Chapman to drop either of them for him. Based on matchups and the craziness of this year depth is always good so pick him up for a bench piece if you can.

  3. TTRA1N says:
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    What is this list? For this couple months or what? No disrespect but it’s just plain bad.

    • Thomas Howland

      Thomas Howland says:
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      All opinions welcome :)

  4. Dingo37 says:
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    Kyle lewis?

    • Thomas Howland

      Thomas Howland says:
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      One more good week and he might crack the list.

  5. Tbone says:
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    Anyone have a thought on this deal?

    Kris Bryant/Josh Bell for Rhys Hoskins/Stephen Strasburg

    • Chris says:
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      Interesting, what is your league scoring?

      I’m not too high on Josh Bell, but he could end up going on a hotstreak that makes me look like a big dumb idiot.

    • Thomas Howland

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      I say no, unless you really need the pitching. IMO this year Stras is not a number 1 unless you have nothing else.

  6. Chris says:
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    Buxton has 3 dingers in his last 3 games!

    • Thomas Howland

      Thomas Howland says:
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      See, things change fast in 2020! He could be moving back up the list with any kind of consistency.

  7. james wiser says:
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    Stanton is on IL

  8. Ancap says:
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    Mercado 59? He isn’t even good enough to crack the lineup.

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