2014 Fantasy Baseball NL-Only Second Base Rankings

2014 Fantasy Baseball NL-Only Second Base Rankings
Feb 27, 2014

.Here’s a look at the 2014 Lester’s Legends’ Second Base Rankings for NL-only fantasy baseball leagues..1. Matt Carpenter, St. Louis CardinalsMatt Carpenter posted a .318-126-11-78-3 line. His eligibility at third base makes him a versatile option..2. Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati RedsBrandon Phillips just continues to produce. Last year, he posted a .261-80-18-103-5 line. Over the past eight years, he has averaged 20 home runs, 83.3 RBI and 19.4 stolen bases..3. Aaron Hill, Arizona DiamondbacksAaron Hill was limited to 87 games last year, but he still hit .291 with 11 home runs. He posted a .302-93-26-85-14 line in 2012..4. Chase Utley, Philadelphia PhilliesChase Utley managed to stay healthy enough to play 131 games and post a .284-73-18-69-8 line. Just be sure to have a solid backup given his age and injury risk..5. Martin Prado, Arizona DiamondbacksMartin Prado hit .282 with 70 runs, 14 home runs, 82 RBI and three stolen bases. He’s a .293 career hitter and has averaged 12.6 home runs over the past five seasons. He also has third base eligibility, which helps his value..6. Daniel Murphy, New York MetsDaniel Murphy hit .286 with 92 runs, 13 home runs, 78 RBI and 23 stolen bases. He’s a .290 hitter with double-digit home run and stolen base potential..7. Jedd Gyorko, San Diego PadresJedd Gyorko hit just .249, but he did slug 23 home runs to help his cause. With 62 runs, 63 RBI and one stolen base he was somewhat of a one-trick pony last year. Still, the power can’t be overlooked..8. Neil Walker, Pittsburgh PiratesNeil Walker has averaged .274 with 64.3 runs, 13.5 home runs, 67.8 RBI and 4.8 home runs. He doesn’t excel in any category, but he’s solid across the board..9. Dan Uggla, Atlanta BravesDan Uggla is a .246 career hitter, but his .179 average was pathetic even by his standards. He did slug 22 home runs. Over eight seasons he has averaged 28.9 home runs and 85 RBI. You’ll have to compensate for his batting average..10. Anthony Rendon, Washington NationalsAnthony Rendon hit .265 with 40 runs, seven home runs, 35 RBI and one stolen base in 98 games as a rookie. Rendon will have to beat out Danny Espinosa, but he should provide decent fantasy numbers…Also check out:

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