MLB Power Rankings: The Hardest Position to Fantasy Draft an Impact Player At

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MLB Power Rankings: The Hardest Position to Fantasy Draft an Impact Player At
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Over the past few seasons, we have grown accustomed to several constants in fantasy baseball. 

#1: Albert Pujols is the top 1B

#2: Chase Utley is the top 2B

#3: Alex Rodriguez is the top 3B

#4: Hanley Ramirez is the top SS

However, due to the unforeseen volatility of the 2010 season, the baseball world has been turned upside down and the young up-and-comers have dethroned the aging elite.

The 2011 fantasy draft is a particularly hard one to predict.  There are so many young stars (Posey, Cano, and Tulowitzki) throughout the league that it has become difficult to determine who should be drafted and when.

Despite all of these rising questions, one thing still remains constant: Albert Pujols is the top draft pick.

After that, the real question is: Who do you take next?

The following slide show will point out the hardest positions to draft for the following season while pointing out several key strategies that every owner should take into consideration on draft day.

This Article is Also Featured on: MLB Fantasy Guru

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