Second Base ADP Market Report: 12/12/21

With drafts beginning to ramp up, it is important to monitor where players are being draft on a regular basis. Throughout draft season, I will be doing that work for you with regular updates on the Average Draft Position on NFBC up until Opening Day.

 

Top 100 Players Rising

None

 

Top 100 Players Falling

None

 

Top 200 Players Rising

Max Muncy (-10.87)- See the piece in this series on first basemen. 

Ty France (-14.93)- See the piece in this series on first basemen. 

Eduardo Escobar (+10.58)- Escobar’s rise is likely due to his signing a deal in New York. However, that was not the best of landing spots for him. He moves from the friendly confines of Milwaukee and Chicago to a worse ball park in New York and likely is hitting seventh in the revamped Mets lineup. I like his eligibility, but am probably fading him at the price. 

 

Top 200 Players Falling

None

 

Top 300 Players Rising

Josh Rojas (+18.36)- It is a bit surprising to see Rojas rising. He finally got full time paying time, but it didn’t translate into a breakout. I love his triple eligibility and the fact he is projected to lead off in Arizona, but the StatCast data is pretty gross. I am still a fan, but i he continues to rise, I will be priced out

Enrique Hernandez (+16.03)- Hernandez is likely rising because of his huge postseason where he hit five home runs in 11 games with a .408/.423/.837 triple slash. To be honest, I fell for that flash as well in  my initial ranks, but since then I have come to my senses and dropped him accordingly. I like the dual eligibility, but he has a bland profile in spite of hitting on top of a potent lineup. 

 

Top 300 Players Falling

Garrett Hampson (-12.97)- It is weird to see Hampson falling considering he is likely to benefit from the Rockies losing Story. He hit first or second in nine of the last 12 games he started for Colorado down the stretch. I know he struggled a bit in the second half, but I have always been a Hampson guy and he is finally getting his opportunity to play. 

 

Others of Note-

Luis Arraez (+37.09)- Arraez is rising with the likelihood that he may have a full time role and be leading off for the Twins. I have always liked Arraez as a cheap average play and with his triple eligibility, he is even more enticing this season. However, if he continues to rise, he may start to become less valuable with little to no power and speed. 

Nick Solak (-41.96)- Solak’s drop is a bit weird considering the amount of people I have seen talking about how well he played after his return from the minors. However, with recent signings of Marcus Semien and Corey Seager, his options for a full time role become much murkier. He could easily turn into a short side platoon player and while he will gain back outfield eligibility at some point, he enters the season at second base only. 

Adam Frazier (+24.86)- Frazier is rising in the ADP after being traded to the Mariners this offseason. While he should be hitting high in the lineup to start the season, if the lineup improves he would likely be the first moved down and there are real concerns about how mediocre he was after being traded to San Diego midseason. He lost outfield eligibility in most formats as well and really isn’t special enough to draft if the price goes much higher. 

Rougned Odor (+99.51)- Odor’s price going up is understandable considering he is still going outside the top 500 picks. He signed a deal with the Orioles and if he can make even decent contact, he could be amazing in Camden. It is a big if, but this late, it’s a fun gamble. 

Robinson Cano (-68.44)- It is a little surprising to see Cano drop considering he is projected to be the second baseman for the Mets in 2022. It may be the signing of Escobar making people think he will be the odd man out, but with his contract, it seems likely they will give him first go at it. 

 

Second Base ADP Market Report
11/15/21-12/12/21 Player Team Position(s) 10/1/21-11/14/21 Change
1.73 Trea Turner LAD 2B, SS 1.94 0.21
20.77 Ozzie Albies ATL 2B 19.28 -1.49
27.23 Marcus Semien TEX 2B, SS 27.78 0.55
31.69 Whit Merrifield KC 2B, OF 34 2.31
65.62 Javier Baez DET 2B, SS 67.06 1.44
73.73 Jose Altuve HOU 2B 76.22 2.49
76.88 Jazz Chisholm Jr. MIA 2B, SS 76.17 -0.71
82.62 Tommy Edman STL 2B, OF 82.89 0.27
83.5 Ketel Marte ARZ 2B, OF 83.72 0.22
84.12 Brandon Lowe TB 2B 88.5 4.38
86.85 Jorge Polanco MIN 2B, SS 89.22 2.37
100.15 Jonathan India CIN 2B 101.5 1.35
109.81 Max Muncy LAD 1B, 2B 98.94 -10.87
115.69 DJ LeMahieu NYY 1B, 2B, 3B 123.28 7.59
122.5 Jake Cronenworth SD 1B, 2B, SS 122.83 0.33
140.85 Ty France SEA 1B, 2B 155.78 14.93
156.19 Chris Taylor LAD 2B, SS, OF 161 4.81
160.27 Brendan Rodgers COL 2B, SS 155.83 -4.44
178.04 Ryan McMahon COL 2B, 3B 184.11 6.07
179 Luis Urias MLW 2B, 3B, SS 180.39 1.39
189.81 Eduardo Escobar NYM 2B, 3B 200.39 10.58
198.96 Kolten Wong MLW 2B 202.06 3.1
205.35 Jonathan Schoop DET 1B, 2B 205.28 -0.07
211.08 Gavin Lux LAD 2B, SS 207.89 -3.19
213.92 Jean Segura PHI 2B 217.39 3.47
230.31 Josh Rojas ARZ 2B, SS, OF 248.67 18.36
231.69 Enrique Hernandez BOS 2B, OF 247.72 16.03
265.42 Abraham Toro SEA 2B, 3B 268.78 3.36
275.23 Andres Gimenez CLE 2B, SS 282.67 7.44
293.08 Garrett Hampson COL 2B, OF 280.11 -12.97
299.81 Nick Madrigal CHC 2B 290.33 -9.48
301.42 Adam Frazier SEA 2B 326.28 24.86
303.62 Jeff McNeil NYM 2B, OF 294.56 -9.06
304.58 Luis Arraez MIN 2B, 3B, OF 341.67 37.09
333.19 David Fletcher LAA 2B, SS 318.33 -14.86
352.85 Josh Harrison OAK 2B, 3B, OF 345.72 -7.13
353.31 Edmundo Sosa STL 2B, SS 360.33 7.02
362.35 Nico Hoerner CHC 2B 340.33 -22.02
377.46 Nick Solak TEX 2B 335.5 -41.96
382.19 Wilmer Flores SF 1B, 2B, 3B 379.33 -2.86
385.5 Ha-Seong Kim SD 2B, 3B, SS 398.06 12.56
396.31 Cesar Hernandez WAS 2B 425.11 28.8
397.73 Dylan Moore SEA 2B, OF 387.06 -10.67
403.73 Tony Kemp OAK 2B, OF 390.94 -12.79
452.23 Ramon Urias BAL 2B, SS 467.17 14.94
470.42 Luis Garcia WAS 2B 467.17 -3.25
486.81 Willi Castro DET 2B, SS 460.44 -26.37
509.31 Tommy La Stella SF 2B 504.28 -5.03
520.69 Leury Garcia CWS 2B, OF 580.5 59.81
524.88 Rougned Odor BAL 2B, 3B 624.39 99.51
538.58 Nolan Gorman STL 2B 469.94 -68.64
570.88 Robinson Cano NYM 2B 502.44 -68.44
577.38 Jace Peterson MLW 1B, 2B, OF 608.61 31.23
591.15 Andy Ibanez TEX 2B 469.28 -121.87
625.23 Mauricio Dubon SF 2B, SS, OF 576 -49.23
632 Jon Berti MIA 2B, 3B 559.56 -72.44
643.73 Matt Duffy CHC 2B, 3B 618.56 -25.17
652.23 Mike Brosseau MLW 2B, 3B 711.61 59.38
656.65 Christian Arroyo BOS 2B 632.67 -23.98
660.73 Donovan Solano SF 2B 680.17 19.44
661.54 Hanser Alberto KC 2B, 3B 669.22 7.68
683.23 Zach McKinstry LAD 2B, OF 632.44 -50.79
685.15 Michael Chavis PIT 2B 624.11 -61.04
692.5 Jed Lowrie OAK 2B 686.89 -5.61
696.15 David Bote CHC 2B, 3B 607.39 -88.76
715.19 Harold Castro DET 2B, SS 698.11 -17.08
720.81 Josh VanMeter ARZ 2B, 3B 718.89 -1.92
734.54 Michael Busch LAD 2B 748.28 13.74
735.62 Sergio Alcantara CHC 2B, SS 729 -6.62
737.54 Nick Gonzales PIT 2B 723.11 -14.43
738.19 Owen Miller CLE 2B 732 -6.19
740.12 Hoy Park PIT 2B 699 -41.12
741.35 Isan Diaz MIA 2B, 3B 732.06 -9.29
741.54 Isaac Paredes DET 2B 731.06 -10.48
744.62 Andrew Young ARZ 2B 734.56 -10.06
745.62 Diego Castillo PIT 2B 716.5 -29.12
748.85 Tucupita Marcano PIT 2B 745.94 -2.91
749 Jose Peraza NYM 2B 745.72 -3.28
749.27 Otto Lopez TOR 2B 736.22 -13.05
749.92 Alan Trejo COL 2B NA NA
750.35 Rio Ruiz COL 2B NA NA
NA Jahmai Jones BAL 2B 743.83 NA
SOURCE: https://nfc.shgn.com/adp/baseball
ADP is based on NFBC Draft Champions Leagues.





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

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Nasty Nate
5 months ago

I like these articles. They make me curious about where the data is coming from. What circumstances lead to people drafting in November and early December? Is it for the challenge of building a team with much less information than in March?

Mike Dmember
5 months ago
Reply to  Nasty Nate

It’s NFBC data. Because once the World Series ends, we draft.

Nasty Nate
5 months ago
Reply to  Mike D

But not everyone – or else there wouldn’t be new data for articles like this, right?