Week 23 Fantasy Baseball Positional Rankings

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Starting Pitchers

RANK

PLAYER

POS.

TEAM

SS

1

Noah Syndergaard

SP

0.50

2

Carlos Carrasco

SP

0.47

3

Walker Buehler

SP

0.42

4

Jon Lester

SP

0.41

5

Jon Gray

SP

0.41

6

Carlos Rodon

SP

0.39

7

Gerrit Cole

SP

0.38

8

Charlie Morton

SP

0.38

9

Masahiro Tanaka

SP

0.38

10

Lance Lynn

SP

0.36

11

Patrick Corbin

SP

0.35

12

Julio Teheran

SP

0.34

13

Clay Buchholz

SP

0.31

14

Brian Johnson

SP

0.30

15

Ivan Nova

SP

0.29

16

Clayton Kershaw

SP

0.28

17

Corey Kluber

SP

0.27

18

Max Scherzer

SP

0.27

19

Jose Urena

SP

0.25

20

Robbie Ray

SP

0.24

21

Rich Hill

SP

0.24

22

Luis Severino

SP

0.24

23

Madison Bumgarner

SP

0.24

24

Justin Verlander

SP

0.23

25

Jacob DeGrom

SP

0.23

26

Aaron Nola

SP

0.22

27

Brett Anderson

SP

0.21

28

Freddy Peralta

SP

0.20

29

Luis Castillo

SP

0.20

30

David Price

SP

0.20

31

Jake Arrieta

SP

0.20

32

Trevor Cahill

SP

0.19

33

Zack Greinke

SP

0.19

34

Cole Hamels

SP

0.19

35

Zack Godley

SP

0.19

36

Mike Clevinger

SP

0.19

37

Kevin Gausman

SP

0.19

38

Dallas Keuchel

SP

0.18

39

Alex Wood

SP

0.18

40

Derek Holland

SP

0.18

41

Kyle Hendricks

SP

0.17

42

Michael Foltynewicz

SP

0.17

43

Felix Hernandez

SP

0.17

44

J.A. Happ

SP

0.17

45

German Marquez

SP

0.17

46

Anthony DeSclafani

SP

0.17

47

Shane Bieber

SP

0.16

48

Mike Fiers

SP

0.16

49

Miles Mikolas

SP

0.16

50

Tyler Anderson

SP

0.16

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