Matt Kemp was the April champ, with Josh Hamilton owning the month of May, but who’s the man in June in our Fantasy Baseball rankings redraft? You have to love what Carlos Gonzalez has done over the past two weeks. He has six homers with 11 RBI and a .391 batting average. And he hasn’t been just a flash in the pan, owning the second-highest head-to-head points total among hitters, just behind Hamilton.
If you had a Fantasy Baseball redraft today, which 24 players would you draft in the first two rounds? The Fantasy Baseball rankings below are meant to help you decide on the caliber of superstars before you decide to trade them away or trade for them.
Imagine the draft started this week and these are your Fantasy Baseball redraft rankings. Here are the first two rounds:
Fantasy Baseball Rankings Redraft
1.01 Miguel Cabrera, 1B/3B, DET
1.02 Carlos Gonzalez, OF, Colorado
1.03 Albert Pujols, 1B, LAA
1.04 Josh Hamilton, OF, TEX
1.05 Jose Bautista, 3B/OF, TOR
1.06 Ryan Braun, OF, MIL
1.07 Joey Votto, 1B, CIN
1.08 Curtis Granderson, OF, NYY
1.09 Clayton Kershaw, SP, LAD
1.10 Troy Tulowitzki, SS, COL
1.11 Prince Fielder, 1B, DET
1.12 Andrew McCutchen, OF, PIT
2.01 David Wright, 3B, NYM
2.02 Robinson Cano, 2B, NYY
2.03 Jason Kipnis, 2B, CLE
2.04 Justin Verlander, SP, DET
2.05 Chris Sale, SP, CHW
2.06 Cole Hamels, SP, PHI
2.07 Ian Kinsler, 2B, TEX
2.08 Jose Reyes, SS, MIA
2.09 Matt Kemp, OF, LAD
2.10 Stephen Strasburg, SP, WAS
2.11 Mike Trout, OF, LAA
2.12 Bryce Harper, OF, WAS
Rising fast – Giancarlo Stanton, OF, MIA: Over the past four weeks, he has seven home runs, 20 RBI and a .311 batting average.
Dropping hard –Yu Darvish, SP, TEX: In the past month, the Japanese import has a plus-5 ERA, with a 2-3 record. Are teams starting to figure him out the second time through?
Is there anyone you’d move up or down these Fantasy Basebaall Rankings? Am I missing someone?