Fantasy Baseball: Projecting the First Player Taken at Each Position

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Fantasy Baseball: Projecting the First Player Taken at Each Position
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Robinson Cano is the top second baseman in fantasy baseball.

It’s lonely at the top for these MLB stars entering fantasy baseball drafts as their position’s top player.

There’s still two months remaining to highlight all the late-round values, so how about spreading the love to the superstars who are the best at what they do?

Take a tip from someone else whose superior abilities trump the competition. Walter White, the protagonist turned villain from Breaking Bad, once asked, “Do you really want to live in a world without Coca-Cola?”

Well, do you really want to play in a fantasy baseball league without Robinson Cano as your second baseman?

These guys are the cream of the crop. You’ll have to settle for RC Cola eventually, but it’d sure be nice to begin your draft with a refreshing can of Coke.

In some instances, the question isn’t who will be the first player taken, but rather when the right time is to select him.

This overview speculates which players are likely to fall first most frequently in 2013 fantasy baseball drafts.

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