Over the past three weeks, we have been working through the Top 25 (link), Top 50 (link), and Top 75 (link).  This week, we unveil the full list and fix all the mistakes of the past few weeks otherwise known as updating for any injury, job update, or breakout during spring training.  This season, our Top 100 Hitters will be posted every other week and focus on what remains of the season.  That means, that while somebody like Lars Nootbar will inevitably start the season hot, that does not make him a top hitter on our list.  Alternatively, guys like Bryce Harper and Trevor Story are going to be creeping up the list as their returns draw near.  Without further ado, the final preseason installment has arrived in our Top 100 hitters for the 2023 fantasy baseball season.

Rank Player Movement
1 Trea Turner
2 Jose Ramirez
3 Ronald Acuna Jr.
4 Kyle Tucker
5 Julio Rodriguez
6 Aaron Judge
7 Juan Soto
8 Yordan Alvarez
9 Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
10 Mookie Betts
11 Shohei Ohtani
12 Bo Bichette
13 Manny Machado
14 Freddie Freeman
15 Rafael Devers
16 Mike Trout
17 Paul Goldschmidt
18 Nolan Arenado
19 Jose Altuve
20 Austin Riley
21 Bobby Witt Jr.
22 Ozzie Albies
23 Pete Alonso
24 Francisco Lindor
25 Fernando Tatis Jr.
26 Matt Olson
27 Randy Arozarena
28 Marcus Semien
29 Luis Robert
30 Corey Seager
31 Cedric Mullins II
32 Eloy Jimenez
33 Kyle Schwarber
34 Michael Harris II
35 George Springer
36 J.T. Realmuto
37 Adolis Garcia
38 Alex Bregman
39 Starling Marte
40 Jazz Chisholm Jr.
41 Dansby Swanson
42 Xander Bogaerts
43 Jose Abreu
44 Bryan Reynolds
45 Tim Anderson
46 Willy Adames
47 Will Smith
48 Wander Franco
49 Corbin Carroll
50 Giancarlo Stanton
51 Andres Gimenez
52 Tommy Edman
53 Byron Buxton
54 Tyler O’Neill
55 Nathaniel Lowe
56 Adley Rutschman
57 Daulton Varsho
58 Carlos Correa
59 Andrew Vaughn
60 Teoscar Hernandez
61 Salvador Perez
62 Anthony Santander
63 Kris Bryant
64 Ryan Mountcastle
65 Christian Yelich
66 Gunnar Henderson
67 Oneil Cruz
68 Bryce Harper
69 C.J. Cron
70 Mitch Haniger
71 Vinnie Pasquantino
72 Nick Castellanos
73 Christian Walker
74 Amed Rosario
75 J.D. Martinez
76 Jarred Kelenic
77 Brandon Lowe
78 Anthony Rizzo
79 Jeremy Pena
80 Gleyber Torres
81 Jake McCarthy
82 Max Muncy
83 Whit Merrifield
84 Steven Kwan
85 Willson Contreras
86 Jorge Polanco
87 Hunter Renfroe
88 Taylor Ward
89 Ketel Marte
90 Jeff McNeil
91 Michael Conforto
92 Jordan Walker
93 Seiya Suzuki
94 Rowdy Tellez
95 Jesse Winker
96 Ian Happ
97 Ty France
98 Nico Hoerner
99 Josh Bell
100 William Contreras



  • Jarred Kelenic – After a disappointing 2022, Kelenic has been on fire this spring.  Hitting .405 with four longballs and a 1.277 OPS reminds us of the potential that he brings to the field.  Unfortunately, we have seen this type of performance in the minors without the hoped translation to the big stage.  The time for Kelenic to put up or shut up is 2023 and I, for one, believe he will show up in a big way.
  • Ozzie Albies & Corey Seager – Over the past two weeks, Albies and Seager have both posted OPS above 1.000 in camp.  Neither player is shocking the world, but both had questions coming into the season.  For Albies, he is trying to bounce back from injury and Seager delivered a solid 2022 but suffered from significant bad luck.  Both players are looking to get hot starts this season and if the spring is any indication, they will be paying off quickly.



  • Rhys Hoskins – Suffering a left knee ligament tear a few days ago will keep Hoskins out the entire season.  This drops him out of the rankings for the season.  Hopefully, he was not a crucial part of your early draft, setting you back before the season even starts.  If he was your first baseman, please read on because his replacement is worth watching.
  • Vaughn Grissom – Sent down to get more seasoning on the farm, Grissom performed admirably this spring.  A .829 OPS across 35 at-bats shows that his performance in 2022 was not a flash in the pan.  Nonetheless, the Braves are going with experience and giving Grissom more time to marinate in the minors.  He will be back.



  • Anthony Volpe & Jordan Walker – This is not the time to drown ourselves in their spring stats. While there are certainly questions around if Walker’s injury is fully healed or Volpe can handle the Bronx lights, the biggest question is how their clubs could possibly justify sending them down to start the season.  Both players have the potential to deliver top 50 value with a full season and they will be jumping up our rankings if they do make the opening day rosters.
  • Darick Hall – An opportunity has been presented to Hall to take the Phillies’ first base job for the foreseeable future.  Hall has serious power driving nine homers in only 42 games last season which is indicative of what he has done in the minors.  The biggest question was whether he could stand up to major league pitching, especially after a 30%+ strikeout rate in 2022.  This spring has seen that rate come back under control with the power still driving his potential.  There is a lot of uncertainty, but he is certainly one worth watching.