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Drafting a top first baseman should be the top priority for owners, since it’s absolutely crucial to fantasy success.
Second base isn’t the deepest position in fantasy, but there’s value to be found throughout the rankings.
New young talent atop the shortstop rankings makes it one of the most intriguing spots in the game.
Once considered a shallow position, third basemen are now among the top players taken in fantasy baseball drafts.
Owners shouldn’t give in to reaching for a fantasy catcher due to positional scarcity—it’s best to just be patient.
There’s no need to miss out on the hitting power found in the early rounds of fantasy drafts in order to draft a pitching ace to anchor your staff.
When drafting closers—one of the most volatile positions in fantasy—owners should keep price, strikeouts and reliability in mind.