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2013 PLAYER PREVIEW

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1 Mike Trout
Superstar should be drafted first overall in virtually every league. | 93
2 Jose Altuve
Reigning AL MVP worth top five pick in virtually every league. | 91
3 Mookie Betts
Multidimensional star belongs in first round of all drafts. | 87
4 Trea Turner
Potential fantasy superstar has 15-homer pop, elite speed. | 82
5 Giancarlo Stanton
Slugger warrants Round 1 pick in all leagues. | 85
6 Charlie Blackmon
All-around asset deserves Round 1 selection. | 85
7 Paul Goldschmidt
Elite fantasy asset can help in all categories. | 86
8 Aaron Judge
Slugger is first-round option after stellar rookie season. | 86
9 Nolan Arenado
Fantasy stud among safest options in first round. | 90
10 Clayton Kershaw
Despite injury concerns, southpaw should be one of first pitchers drafted. | 92
11 Corey Kluber
Two-time Cy Young Award winner may warrant first-round selection. | 89
12 Max Scherzer
Three-time Cy Young Award winner deserves first-round consideration. | 90
13 Chris Sale
Southpaw ranks among top tier of starter options. | 89
14 Bryce Harper
Injury-prone star ranks as boom-or-bust fantasy option in Round 1. | 88
15 Kris Bryant
Slugging superstar still ranks as elite asset despite 2017 drop in homers, RBIs. | 86
16 J.D. Martinez
Elite slugger warrants early-round pick in all formats. | 82
17 Joey Votto
Disciplined slugger should be selected within first two rounds. | 87
18 Carlos Correa
Elite talent ranks among baseball’s most powerful shortstops. | 85
19 Jose Ramirez
Rising star fills stat sheet across all fantasy categories, has multi-position eligibility. | 85
20 Francisco Lindor
With recent power increase, youngster is legitimate five-category star. | 85
21 Anthony Rizzo
Consistent slugger likely to go in first three rounds. | 85
22 Freddie Freeman
Slugger among top players at star-studded position. | 85
23 Dee Gordon
Speedster can make tremendous impact in three categories. | 79
24 Gary Sanchez
Slugger should be first catcher drafted. | 84
25 Manny Machado
With better luck, fantasy stud could deliver first-round value. | 86
26 Stephen Strasburg
Despite injury concerns, righty represents mixed-league ace. | 87
27 Cody Bellinger
After epic rookie season, slugger worth drafting in early rounds. | 83
28 Carlos Carrasco
Righty has earned ace-level status in mixed leagues. | 85
29 George Springer
Powerful leadoff hitter warrants early-round selection. | 84
30 Luis Severino
After breakout season, righty can be considered as mixed-league ace. | 83
31 Justin Verlander
Veteran is fine choice as mixed-league ace. | 84
32 Brian Dozier
All-around contributor among game’s most productive second basemen. | 83
33 Jacob deGrom
Righty is fine option as mixed-league ace. | 85
34 Andrew Benintendi
Talented youngster warrants significant fantasy investment. | 79
35 Corey Seager
Among best fantasy performers at premium position. | 85
36 Justin Upton
Productive slugger warrants early-round fantasy selection. | 80
37 Kenley Jansen
Top-tier closer primed for another stellar campaign. | 92
38 Marcell Ozuna
Powerful outfielder can repeat breakout season. | 82
39 Craig Kimbrel
Dominant righty ranks among elite ninth-inning men. | 87
40 Nelson Cruz
Aging slugger still warrants early-round pick in mixed leagues. | 81
41 Chris Archer
With elite strikeout skills, righty is strong No. 2 mixed-league starter. | 83
42 Josh Donaldson
Despite health woes last season, third baseman remains premier fantasy force. | 86
43 Byron Buxton
Speedster could make major impact in all formats. | 78
44 Alex Bregman
Breakout candidate could be true five-category stud. | 83
45 Yu Darvish
With stellar strikeout skills, righty should be early-round pick. | 82
46 Elvis Andrus
Speedster has increased fantasy stock after showing more power in 2017. | 80
47 Jose Abreu
Slugger can provide steady power, quality average. | 82
48 Noah Syndergaard
Despite injury concerns, righty ranks among mixed-league aces. | 86
49 Tommy Pham
Five-category contributor warrants early-round pick. | 82
50 Christian Yelich
Five-category contributor warrants significant fantasy investment. | 82
51 Starling Marte
Coming off down year, speedster remains early-round option. | 81
52 Jose Quintana
Southpaw can work at front end of mixed-league rotations. | 81
53 Robbie Ray
Despite stellar strikeout skills, lefty may struggle to replicate 2017 numbers. | 80
54 Carlos Martinez
Righty ranks as No. 2 mixed-league starter. | 80
55 Lorenzo Cain
Speedster can provide high average, respectable power. | 82
56 Edwin Encarnacion
Veteran slugger remains early-round option. | 78
57 Zack Greinke
Veteran ranks as No. 2 mixed-league starter. | 83
58 Rhys Hoskins
Powerful youngster warrants early-round fantasy pick. | 77
59 Willson Contreras
Emerging stud already ranks as elite fantasy catcher. | 83
60 Aaron Nola
Righty emerging as No. 2 mixed-league starter. | 80
61 Khris Davis
Veteran can provide game-changing power. | 76
62 James Paxton
Injury-plagued starter has upside of mixed-league ace. | 83
63 Dallas Keuchel
Southpaw stands as fine No. 2 starter in mixed leagues. | 80
64 Roberto Osuna
Young closer has skills to rank among game’s elite. | 84
65 Whit Merrifield
Power-speed option worth drafting in middle rounds. | 78
66 Anthony Rendon
Coming off career year, well-rounded asset is early-round option. | 84
67 Masahiro Tanaka
Veteran has ability to bounce back from down year. | 82
68 Gerrit Cole
Righty could regain stature as high-end starter. | 78
69 Jonathan Schoop
Ranks among most powerful keystone men. | 80
70 Aroldis Chapman
Hard-throwing closer capable of rebounding. | 85
71 Buster Posey
Despite declining power, veteran remains premier option among catchers. | 87
72 Wil Myers
Can make up for low batting average with notable power-speed combination. | 77
73 Corey Knebel
Dominant righty looking to build on breakout campaign. | 80
74 Yasiel Puig
Talented slugger worth early draft pick. | 79
75 Kyle Hendricks
Righty can serve as No. 2 mixed-league starter. | 78
76 Raisel Iglesias
Righty has potential to be high-end fantasy closer. | 80
77 Billy Hamilton
Speedster belongs in initial rounds of roto drafts. | 78
78 Jon Lester
Veteran still has skills of No. 2 mixed-league starter. | 81
79 Felipe Vazquez
Impressive southpaw could cement himself as top-tier closer. | 81
80 Daniel Murphy
When healthy, veteran cemented as excellent keystone option. | 83
81 Brad Hand
Lefty could cement himself as elite closing option. | 81
82 Robinson Cano
Aging slugger is still quality starter in all leagues. | 81
83 David Price
Former fantasy ace could bounce back from injury-shortened season. | 82
84 Rougned Odor
Despite 2017 struggles, power-speed option worth starting in most leagues. | 74
85 Andrew McCutchen
Former fantasy star still worth early draft pick. | 81
86 Eric Hosmer
Well-rounded first baseman should be drafted early in all leagues. | 82
87 Xander Bogaerts
Well-rounded contributor needs power rebound to regain elite fantasy status. | 81
88 Jean Segura
Speedster provides five-category production. | 76
89 Miguel Cabrera
If healthy, accomplished veteran has major rebound potential. | 82
90 Shohei Ohtani
Potential two-way stud could have major mixed-league value on mound. | 79
91 Luke Weaver
Talented youngster could enjoy breakout season. | 76
92 Ian Desmond
Power-speed asset has significant rebound potential. | 74
93 Edwin Diaz
Young righty represents strong closing option. | 79
94 Cody Allen
Consistent closer primed for continued success. | 80
95 Madison Bumgarner
When healthy, left-hander could be mixed-league rotation anchor. | 85
96 A.J. Pollock
Given injury history, multi-dimensional asset is boom-or-bust fantasy pick. | 79
97 Jake Arrieta
Veteran now ranks below tier of mixed-league aces. | 81
98 Ken Giles
Righty ranks as quality option among fantasy closers. | 82
99 Johnny Cueto
Former fantasy ace could bounce back from disappointing year.
100 Zack Godley
After breakout year, righty is solid No. 3 starter for mixed-league teams.