Fantasy Baseball Week 6 Positional Rankings: Stud Catcher Bouncing Back!

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PREMIUM POSITIONAL RANKINGS: 1B | 2B | SS | 3B | C | OF | SP | RP

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RANK

PLAYER

POS.

TEAM

SS

1

Gary Sanchez

C

-0.07

2

Yasmani Grandal

C

-0.09

3

Buster Posey

C/1B

-0.13

4

Willson Contreras

C

-0.14

5

J.T. Realmuto

C

-0.14

6

Salvador Perez

C

-0.19

7

Robinson Chirinos

C

-0.20

8

Evan Gattis

C

-0.20

9

Jonathan Lucroy

C

-0.21

10

Brian McCann

C

-0.22

11

Kurt Suzuki

C

-0.22

12

Yadier Molina

C

-0.23

13

Welington Castillo

C

-0.23

14

Mike Zunino

C

-0.23

15

James McCann

C

-0.25

16

Russell Martin

C

-0.26

17

Matt Wieters

C

-0.26

18

Austin Hedges

C

-0.27

19

Jorge Alfaro

C

-0.30

20

Austin Barnes

C

-0.31

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