2020 Second Base Rankings

The keystone is probably the weakest non-catcher position, but it’s not awful. I can’t get on Brad Johnson’s train that 2B is deeper than SS, but I will concede that the lack of depth at 2B has been overstated.

The blue bar starts a new tier. I included guys with at least 10 appearances at 2B to accommodate Yahoo!’s eligibility rules (I forgot to do that at 1B).

If you want to check out my list from September with some commentary on the Top 30, you can still find that here.

Let me know what you think in the comments!

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Leif
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Leif

Where would you put Lourdes Gurriel on this list? He is eligible at 2B in Ottoneu.

Nasty Nate
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Nasty Nate

Also, in Yahoo – which is actually 5 GS for eligibility, not 10.

J. Paquin
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J. Paquin

He’ll most likely never play 2B again (yips). He has a cannon arm and has been great in the OF.

That being said I think there is value available in Cavan Biggio at #15. Should be hitting in front of Vlad and Bo, gets on base a lot, may flirt with 100 runs. Puts up numbers across the board. Sneaky value there.