Justin Mason Shortstop Ranks: 11/4/21

2021 is over and we turn the page to 2022. Here are my current ranks for the shortstop position for 2021. I will post updates as things change with signings, injuries, or news in Major League Baseball.

See my other ranks here: C 1B 2B SS 3B OF SP RP

Justin Mason Shortstop Ranks: 11/4/21
Rank Player Team POS
1 Fernando Tatis Jr. SDP SS/OF
2 Trea Turner LAD 2B/SS
3 Bo Bichette TOR SS
4 Tim Anderson CHW SS
5 Marcus Semien FA 2B/SS
6 Xander Bogaerts BOS SS
7 Trevor Story FA SS
8 Francisco Lindor NYM SS
9 Jorge Polanco MIN 2B/SS
10 Wander Franco TBR SS
11 Carlos Correa FA SS
12 Corey Seager LAD SS
13 Jazz Chisholm Jr. MIA 2B/SS
14 Javier Baez NYM 2B/SS
15 Jake Cronenworth SDP 1B/2B/SS
16 Willy Adames MIL SS
17 Oneil Cruz PIT SS
18 Dansby Swanson ATL SS
19 Gleyber Torres NYY SS
20 Amed Rosario CLE SS
21 Luis Urias MIL 2B/3B/SS
22 Brendan Rodgers COL 2B/SS
23 Brandon Crawford SFG SS
24 Miguel Rojas MIA SS
25 J.P. Crawford SEA SS
26 Chris Taylor FA 2B/SS/OF
27 Gio Urshela NYY 3B/SS
28 Gavin Lux LAD 2B/SS
29 Josh Rojas ARI 2B/SS/OF
30 Eugenio Suarez CIN 3B/SS
31 Bobby Witt Jr. KCR SS
32 Andres Gimenez CLE 2B/SS
33 Didi Gregorius PHI SS
34 Paul DeJong STL SS
35 Kyle Farmer CIN SS
36 Freddy Galvis PHI SS
37 Cole Tucker PIT 1B/2B/3B/SS/OF
38 Isiah Kiner-Falefa TEX SS
39 David Fletcher LAA 2B/SS
40 Nicky Lopez KCR SS
41 Jonathan Villar FA 3B/SS
42 Joey Wendle TBR 3B/SS
43 Elvis Andrus OAK SS
44 Jose Iglesias BOS SS
45 Ha-seong Kim SDP 2B/3B/SS
46 Tyler Wade NYY 3B/SS/OF
47 Taylor Walls TBR SS
48 Isaac Paredes DET 2B/3B/SS
49 Geraldo Perdomo ARI SS
50 Nick Ahmed ARI SS
Ranks are meant for 5×5 Roto leagues.

Justin is the co-host on The Sleeper and The Bust Podcast and writes for Rotographs covering the Roto Riteup as well as other periodic articles. In addition to his work at Rotographs, Justin is the lead fantasy writer/analyst and co-owner for FriendswithFantasyBenefits.com, and the owner of The Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational. He is also a certified addiction treatment counselor. Follow Justin on Twitter @JustinMasonFWFB.

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2 years ago

What a deep, deep, deep position. Franco/Correa at 10/11 feels both absolutely absurd and perfectly correct. I could quibble with Semien (still don’t think his performance is repeatable; he was an average batter for 3 months of the season and ridiculously hot for 3 months of the season) and Anderson (LOVE him as a player, but I’d take Franco or Correa, personally, unless I really needed the SB boost) being above Franco/Correa… but I could also go the other way.

2 years ago
Reply to  tomerafan

Agreed on the depth. I was ready to come up with plenty of arguments about how Brendan Rodgers is going to shoot up the list by spring training, but then I wasn’t really sure if he would even get past Willy Adames at #16. Can’t pick a bad one, it seems.

2 years ago
Reply to  LightenUpFG

this is why i never pick a SS early in drafts