Fantasy Baseball Catchers Head to Head

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Fantasy Baseball Catchers Head to Head

First off, let me start by introducing myself to the fantasy community, as this is my first post.

We all know that a successful fantasy baseball season happens with a good draft, and in order to draft well, you need good cheat sheets. So, when you begin drafting, decide if you had a roto, head-to-head, or points league. 

As I'm more of a head-to-head kind of guy, I know that my kind doesn't get a lot of love from fantasy baseball columnists. Whatever. I will start by ranking the catchers today and then move to different positions in the coming days, using the head-to-head format.

AL H2H Rankings

1. Joe Mauer, MIN

2. Victor Martinez, CLE

3. A.J. Pierzynski, CHW

4. Jorge Posada, NYY

5. Kurt Suzuki, OAK

6. Brandon Inge, DET

7. Dioner Navarro, TB

8. Matt Wieters, BAL

9. Mike Napoli, LAA

10. John Buck, KC

NL H2H Rankings

1. Brian McCann, ATL

2. Russell Martin, LAD

3. Ryan Doumit, PIT

4. Ramon Hernandez, CIN

5. Geovany Soto, CHC

6. Chris Iannetta, COL

7. Chris Snyder, ARI

8. Bengie Molina, SF

9. Jason Kendall, MIL

10. Pablo Sandoval, SF

Mixed League (Overall) H2H Rankings

1. Joe Mauer, MIN

2. Victor Martinez, CLE

3. Brian McCann, ATL

4. Russell Martin, LAD

5. Ryan Doumit, PIT

6. Ramon Hernandez, CIN

7. A.J. Pierzynski, CHW

8. Geovany Soto, CHC

9. Jorge Posada, NYY

10. Kurt Suzuki, OAK

Sleeper of the year: Ramon Hernandez, CIN

Bust of the year: Bengie Molina, SF

Rookie of the year: Matt Wieters, BAL

That is all for my report on catchers. Check back tomorrow for my report on first basemen. Hope this helps all the head-to-head owners out there. Good luck in your drafts!

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