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Hitter List 5/3: Ranking the Top 150 Batters ROS

Today marks one month since Opening Day, and there has certainly been some shakeup in the rankings of who’s putting up fantasy stud numbers versus what we may have been...

Today marks one month since Opening Day, and there has certainly been some shakeup in the rankings of who’s putting up fantasy stud numbers versus what we may have been expecting. The ascent of repatriated Eric Thames and rookie exit velocity wonder Aaron Judge have contrasted starkly with the struggles of noted power bats Todd Frazier and Jose Bautista. And then you’ve got solid work being done by young players like Nomar Mazara and Manuel Margot to go alongside plate efficiency by Reds and White Sox players who were fantasy no-names thirty days ago.

With all that context taken into account, let’s review the Top 150 hitters in fantasy baseball:

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Andrew Todd-Smith

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9 responses to “Hitter List 5/3: Ranking the Top 150 Batters ROS”

  1. Max says:

    Fowler?

  2. Max says:

    Interesting you have Miller ranked ahead of Rendon? Why are you so high on Miller? He’s been pretty awful so far this year.

  3. Toffer says:

    So Bautista hits .357/.457/.536 with a steal since the 25th and that bumps him down 10 spots?

  4. jflanders79@yahoo.com says:

    Belt and Piscoty over Zimmerman??? And what about Deshields, just assuming he loses out with Beltre returns?

  5. triggerlips says:

    Judge at 89 are you cwazy?

    • Andrew Kovacic says:

      Agreed. Seems wayyyy to conservative to me.

      Would you really take Puig for Judge right now?

  6. Me says:

    ROS = rest of season !!

  7. T says:

    Any way to add a column that shows change? It’d be interesting to sort by the biggest gainers and losers.

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