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Clayton Kershaw sits alone on top, but starting pitchers are stronger than ever before.
Don't be the first person to take a reliever in your fantasy league—like last year, relievers come cheap.
The first base position is packed with star power, so every owner should be content.
Second base is a top-heavy position, but it still boasts plenty of depth.
Draft with caution, because even the top shortstops carry some level of risk.
A position in flux, third basemen are experiencing a resurgence.
Thanks to the depth of the outfield position, there's plenty of value throughout the rankings.
The thinnest fantasy position, the value of catchers in real life doesn't translate to fantasy.
• Ian Desmond boasts power, speed and consistency
• Kole Calhoun bound to be a huge source of runs for owners
• Count on Jorge Soler to have a monster fantasy season
• Mookie Betts showed flashes of fantasy greatness in 2014
• Tyson Ross's slider and sinker make him a fantasy steal
• Dee Gordon primed to fall short of his draft-day value
• Adam Wainwright no longer a formidable force in 2015
• Corey Dickerson provides power without a huge price
• Josh Harrison a big risk after his breakout 2014 season
• Jose Quintana's dramatic improvement makes him a legit SP2
• Which Brian Dozier will show up for fantasy owners in 2015?
• Why Chris Davis could be a fantasy bargain this season
• Lucas Duda's power makes him a sneaky late-round pick
• Billy Hamilton's fantasy value is hurt by his ghastly OBP
• Despite his age, Adrian Beltre still a strong fantasy starter
• Jose Reyes a risky choice despite slim pickings at shortstop
• Don't sleep on Alex Wood, who has plenty of room to grow
• Carlos Carrasco's success late last season should carry over into 2015