Rank

First Name

Last Name

Team

1 Miguel Cabrera Det
2 Anthony Rendon Was
3 Adrian Beltre Tex
4 Josh Donaldson Tor
5 Evan Longoria TB
6 Todd Frazier Cin
7 Kyle Seager Sea
8 David Wright NYM
9 Nolan Arenado Col
10 Carlos Santana Cle
11 Pablo Sandoval Bos
12 Ryan Zimmerman Was
13 Chris Davis Bal
14 Kris Bryant ChC
15 Matt Carpenter StL
16 Daniel Murphy NYM
17 Yasmany Tomas Ari
18 Aaron Hill Ari
19 Manny Machado Bal
20 Xander Bogaerts Bos
21 Chase Headley NYY
22 Aramis Ramirez Mil
23 Josh Harrison Pit
24 Nick Castellanos Det
25 Martin Prado Mia
26 Pedro Alvarez Pit
27 Mike Moustakas KC
28 Brett Lawrie Oak
29 Lonnie Chisenhall Cle
30 Alex Rodriguez NYY
31 Trevor Plouffe Min
32 Maikel Franco Phi
33 Chris Johnson Atl
34 Casey McGehee SF
35 Luis Valbuena Hou
36 David Freese LAA
37 Conor Gillaspie CWS
38 Juan Uribe LAD
39 Marcus Semien Oak
40 Joey Gallo Tex

Notable Higher Ranked Player

Yasmany Tomas: My Rank- 17 ECR- 23

Yasmany Thomas is a bit of a mystery. I feel very confident saying, though, that he won't match the production of fellow Cuban Jose Abreu in his rookie season. Thomas has power, and that's largely unquestioned. His ability to unleash it in games still is. Chase Field will give him a shot to make the most of his power since it offers the right-handed batter a 107 park factor for homers, per StatCorner. A 7% increase to homer for right-handed batters isn't huge, but it's not negligible.

Notable Lower Ranked Player

Manny Machado: My Rank- 19 ECR- 13

Manny Machado offers me the opening to caution rankings aren't the be all end all for drafting. I would select Machado in front of some of the third basemen ranked in front of him based on his upside. The problem is, you can't always chase upside, and his ranking reflects where I think he'll actually finish the season ranked when also factoring in his downside. His ranking is one I tussled with, and I may go back and change it closer to the season.