Ranking

2B

1 Robinson Cano - Sea
2 Jose Altuve - Hou
3 Anthony Rendon - Was
4 Brian Dozier - Min
5 Dee Gordon - Mia
6 Ian Kinsler - Det
7 Josh Harrison - Pit
8 Jason Kipnis - Cle
9 Mookie Betts - Bos
10 Howie Kendrick - LAD
11 Daniel Murphy - NYM
12 Neil Walker - Pit
13 Ben Zobrist - Oak
14 Dustin Pedroia - Bos
15 Arismendy Alcantara - ChC
16 Chase Utley - Phi
17 Scooter Gennett - Mil
18 Hector Olivera -
19 Javier Baez - ChC
20 Bradley Miller - Sea
21 Martin Prado - Mia
22 Aaron Hill - Ari
23 Chris Owings - Ari
24 Kolten Wong - StL
25 Brandon Phillips - Cin
26 Asdrubal Cabrera - TB
27 Brett Lawrie - Oak
28 Marcus Semien - Oak
29 Jedd Gyorko - SD
30 Rougned Odor - Tex
31 Omar Infante - KC
32 Josh Rutledge - LAA
33 D.J. LeMahieu - Col
34 Emilio Bonifacio - CWS
35 Joe Panik - SF
36 Didi Gregorius - NYY
37 Yangervis Solarte - SD
38 Luis Valbuena - Hou
39 Jonathan Schoop - Bal
40 Nick Franklin - TB
41 Wilmer Flores - NYM
42 Jace Peterson - Atl
43 Rickie Weeks - Sea
44 Stephen Drew - NYY
45 Justin Turner - LAD
46 Mike Aviles - Cle
47 Maicer Izturis - Tor
48 Alexia Amarista - SD
49 Jose Ramirez - Cle
50 Eric Sogard - Oak


Second Baseman (2B) Notables

Arismendy Alcantara (Chicago Cubs). Consider Alcantara manager Joe Maddon's new Ben Zobrist. Overshadowed by the presence of so many good players in the Cubs' farm system, Alcantara has the ability to deliver a 20/20 season with the proper playing time, which should come regularly at different positions. Already qualified to play second base and outfielder, Alcantara could pick up 3B eligibility early in the season.

Scooter Gennett (Milwaukee Brewers). Owners in leagues using MI slots would do well to target Gennett for the position. He has the chance to bat leadoff for the Brewers and makes the most sense atop the lineup against right-handed pitching. He should deliver double-digit homers and steals while playing full-time this season. If he can figure out left-handed pitching, the sky's the limit.