2020 BASEBALL DRAFT KIT
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Custom player rankings for your league with projected stats.
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A quick way to see our rankings and projected stats at a glance.
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Top 400 Prospects
We've ranked the prospects you should be paying attention to in your draft.
Mock Draft Simulator
Practice unlimited draft strategies with our mock draft simulator.
We have projected stats for every player you care about.
Spot trends like a pro with our Average Draft Position (ADP) reports.
Once you start using our closer grid, you'll wonder how you ever chased saves without it.
You can rely on our fast, high quality fantasy baseball news updates.
Go into your draft knowing who is going to get playing time this season.
We track and update expected starting pitchers for up to two weeks in advance.
A player's spot in the batting order can have a big impact on their potential production.
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MLB Injury Report
Keep track of key injuries. You can filter our injury list by league, team and position.
Find out which players qualify at each position – includes a CSV/Excel download option.
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Todd Zola uses a pair of retro drafts for the 1999 season to illustrate how getting the most raw value, such as by landing consensus top pick Pedro Martinez, doesn't necessarily lead to success.
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Erik Siegrist looks around the American League and wonders if Ryan Yarbrough's experience in a flexible role might be an asset during what's likely to be a turbulent season.
Jan Levine profiles NL players who might have more value this season than previously thought, including Matt Carpenter, who could rebound with a move to DH.
Dave Regan discusses sleepers he’s been pondering lately, including the Mets’ J.D. Davis who should be an everyday left fielder if the season comes to fruition.
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