BEAST DOME FANTASY BASEBALL FINAL RANKINGS: Sleepers/Busts (2013) | Fantasy Baseball Rankings 2013

BEAST DOME FANTASY BASEBALL FINAL RANKINGS:  

SLEEPERS/BUSTS (2013)

 

By Muntradamus

 

BEAST DOME NATION.

Opening pitch of the MLB season is a few hours away.  Which means my Rankings will be final for the 2013 season.  There was a lot of great content to get you ready for your Fantasy Baseball Leagues.  Those who signed up with the V.I.P. Packages were able to have me live at their draft giving them the ultimate strategy.

The Ultimate Strategy was to get Cano or Tulowitzki in Round 1.  Kinsler or Reyes in Round 2.  20 HR/40 SB Outfielders such as Jacoby Ellsbury, Desmond Jennings, B.J. Upton scattered through the next several rounds, but a focus on pitching.  Then once all of that was filled, you would target power at all of your missing categories, while grabbing three quality closers when you saw they slipped too low.

Every season the strategy is different, but where the MLB game is at today.  This was the strategy for 2013.  There will be more V.I.P. offers coming soon when the season begins.

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RECAP OF ALL 2013 PRESEASON ARTICLES

HITTERS IN NEW PLACES VOL. I

HITTERS IN NEW PLACES VOL. II

PITCHERS IN NEW PLACES VOL. I

PITCHERS IN NEW PLACES VOL. II

CATCHER PRESEASON RANKINGS

1B PRESEASON RANKINGS

2B PRESEASON RANKINGS

SS PRESEASON RANKINGS

3B PRESEASON RANKINGS

OF PRESEASON RANKINGS

SP PRESEASON RANKINGS

RP PRESEASON RANKINGS

STRIKEOUT MACHINE

RANKING THE BULLPENS

1st Round Mock Draft

UNDERVALUED/UNDER APPRECIATED

BATTING AVERAGE IS OVERRATED

HOW MANY CLOSERS TO GET?

THE RP/SP STRATEGY

 

FINAL RANKINGS

 

2013 PLAYERS I RANKED HIGHER THAN ANY EXPERT (Sleepers)

*E.C.R. = Expert Consensus Ranking*

C

WILIN ROSARIO (#2) E.C.R. #7

A.J. PIERZNYSKI (#7) E.C.R. #14

J.P. ARENCIBIA (#10) E.C.R. #18

1B

MARK TRUMBO (#5) E.C.R. #17

RYAN HOWARD (#9) E.C.R. #19

CHRIS DAVIS (#11) E.C.R. #22

MICHAEL CUDDYER (#15) E.C.R. #28

KEVIN YOUKILIS (#18) E.C.R. #33

2B

CHASE UTLEY (#4) E.C.R. #10

BRIAN ROBERTS (#15) E.C.R. #30

KELLY JOHNSON (#16) E.C.R. #29

3B

TREVOR PLOUFFE (#16) E.C.R. #22

CHRIS JOHNSON (#23) E.C.R. #35

SS

J.J. HARDY (#10) E.C.R. #16

JHONNY PERALTA (#14) E.C.R. #24

OF

JOSH HAMILTON (#4) E.C.R. #9

JACOBY ELLSBURY (#6) E.C.R. #16

DESMOND JENNINGS (#15) E.C.R. #23

NELSON CRUZ (#21) E.C.R. #32

RYAN LUDWICK (#33) E.C.R. #73

ALFONSO SORIANO (#48) E.C.R. #60

SP

JERED WEAVER (#5) E.C.R. #9

R.A. DICKEY (#6) E.C.R. #15

IAN KENNEDY (#18) E.C.R. #27

KYLE LOHSE (#24) E.C.R. #59

JOSH BECKETT (#36) E.C.R. #54

BRADON MCCARTHY (#43) E.C.R. #63

CHRIS TILLMAN (#55) E.C.R. #89

LUCAS HARRELL (#79) E.C.R #126

JOSE QUINTANA (#80) E.C.R. #127

BARRY ZITO (#84) E.C.R. #144

RP

NONE

 

2013 PLAYERS I RANKED LOWER THAN EVERY EXPERT (BUSTS)

*E.C.R. = Expert Consensus Ranking*

C

JOE MAUER (#9) E.C.R. #2

SALVADOR PEREZ (#14) E.C.R. #10

JONATHAN LUCROY (#17) E.C.R. #12

1B

PAUL KONERKO (#32) E.C.R. #16

2B

DANIEL MURPHY (#31) E.C.R. #24

3B

CHASE HEADLEY (#18) E.C.R. #9

PABLO SANDOVAL (#19) E.C.R. #8

SS

ELVIS ANDRUS (#18) E.C.R. #7

OF

MATT HOLLIDAY (#27) E.C.R. #14

HUNTER PENCE (#59) E.C.R. #33

AUSTIN JACKSON (#63) E.C.R. #25

NICK MARKAKIS (#73) E.C.R. #40

JAYSON WERTH (#78) E.C.R. #54

TORII HUNTER (#79) E.C.R. #52

SP

JEFF SAMARDZIJA (#69) E.C.R. #30

ANIBAL SANCHEZ (#71) E.C.R. #38

RP

NONE

 

2013 FINAL FANTASY BASEBALL RANKINGS


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Muntradamus is a Fantasy Sports Expert who specializes in Fantasy Football/Baseball/Basketball. He is currently in his second season as a Pro on FantasyPros coming off of an impressive Rookie Campaign where he landed the #10 Overall In-Season Fantasy Football Rankings Expert.  Which also included #1 WR of all Expert Sites.  He is also one of two people to qualify for allDRAFTSTREET CHAMPIONSHIPS in 2012. Most Historically, Muntradamus was the #1 Fantasy Football Expert of IDP & Overall Rankings in One Week, first and only time in Fantasy Sports History.

 

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14 comments

  • Brendan April 1, 2013   Reply →

    I need to pick up two relief pitchers. Which two of these should I pick up? Also, I already have Lance Lynn, should I try to get all SP/RP and try to dominate Wins and Strikeouts while punting the save category?

    Carlos Marmol (RP)
    Sergio Santos (RP)
    Al Aburquerque (RP)
    Andrew Cashner (SP, RP)
    Wade Davis (RP)
    David Phelps (SP, RP)
    Carlos Villanueva (SP, RP)
    Jeremy Hefner (SP, RP)

  • dallasdavek April 1, 2013   Reply →

    Brenda, H2H league? Marmol is tough, he’ll destroy your ERA and WHIP. He’s been struggling this spring so I’ve been keeping an eye on Fijikawa. Detroit RP’s are interesting they are expected to do well, Alburqueque might be one to keep an eye on but they have the committee thing going. I think the SP/RP combo will benefit if your league requires you to fill a RP position. (I just have a pitching spot). I”m playing H2H, weak pitching. My opponent this week is storng in pitching. The plan is to forgo pitching for wins / k’s, picked up David Robertson and will grab Storen tomorrow. Also keeping on eye on FA’s Wilson and Valverde as possible RP add’s

    • dallasdavek April 1, 2013   Reply →

      Detroit as a team is expected to do well, not their cureent RP’s.

    • Brendan April 1, 2013   Reply →

      This is a Rotisserie league where I can change my lineup every day.

      • dallasdavek April 1, 2013   Reply →

        Roto is tough to give up on a category. Do you have any RP’s? In the Roto League last year I was dealt a bad RP hand. Alot of injuries early on help me out. I never took over the category but maintained. Keep a eye on the waiver if anybody drops somebody ranked higher. Are you deep at any position that you can make a trade?

        • Anonymous April 1, 2013   Reply →

          Right now the only RP’s I have are Lance Lynn, Casey Janssen, and Ryan Madson.

          I’m pretty deep at OF with Adrian Gonzalez, Mark Trumbo, Matt Kemp, Josh Hamilton, Josh Reddick, Ryan Ludwick, and Trevor Plouffe. I’m playing Gonzalez at 1B and Trumbo at 3B right now.

        • Brendan April 1, 2013   Reply →

          The only RP’s I have right now are Lance Lynn, Casey Janssen, and Ryan Madson.

          I’m pretty deep at OF. I have Adrian Gonzalez, Mark Trumbo, Matt Kemp, Josh Hamilton, Josh Reddick, Ryan Ludwick, and Trevor Plouffe that qualify for OF. I’m using Gonzalez for 1B and Trumbo for 3B right now.

          • dallasdavek April 1, 2013  

            Just a heads up, while looking around Marmol got pulled after a bad 1/3 inning Fijikawa got the save. He might take over sooner. I ended up grabbing him to keep an eye on. (not saying your should, I’m not sure about the Cubs.) You have a great outfield. Check you the teams in your league to see who has some top closers in need of OF.

            Motte might be an option, he’s on the DL, the owner might be wheeling to deal?

          • dallasdavek April 1, 2013  

            speaking of Motte, did somebody claim Boggs while he’s on the DL?

  • boilermaker456 April 1, 2013   Reply →

    is there a printer friendly version of the rankings?

    thanks

  • dallasdavek April 1, 2013   Reply →

    I don’t think so, for the draft I printed out my leagues rankings and wrote Muntz’s rankings next to the player.

  • ukbsktbll April 6, 2013   Reply →

    C Matt Wieters, Bal C
    1B Edwin Encarnacion, Tor 1B, DH
    2B Howard Kendrick, LAA 2B
    3B Will Middlebrooks, Bos 3B
    SS Ian Desmond, Wsh SS
    2B/SS Ian Kinsler, Tex 2B
    1B/3B Chris Davis, Bal 1B, OF,
    OF Giancarlo Stanton, Mia OF
    OF Josh Hamilton, LAA OF
    OF Dexter Fowler, Col OF
    OF Michael Cuddyer, Col OF, 1B
    UTIL Justin Upton, Atl OF
    P Cliff Lee, Phi SP
    P Gio Gonzalez, Wsh SP
    P Ian Kennedy, Ari SP
    P Dan Haren, Wsh SP
    P Josh Beckett, LAD SP
    P Jonathan Papelbon, Phi RP
    P Joel Hanrahan, Bos RP
    P Jim Johnson, Bal RP

    Bench Jonathan Broxton, Cin RP
    Bench David Hernandez, Ari RP
    Bench Brian Wilson,
    Bench Jason Motte*, StL RP DL15
    Bench Hanley Ramirez*, LAD 3B, SS DL15

    Send Justin Upton, Atl OF from UTIL to FEAR
    Send Gio Gonzalez, Wsh SP from P to FEAR
    Receive Carlos Beltran, StL OF from FEAR to Bench
    Receive R.A. Dickey, Tor SP from FEAR to Bench
    Receive Ryan Dempster, Bos SP from FEAR to Bench
    Receive Steve Cishek, Mia RP from FEAR to Bench

    • Muntradamus April 7, 2013   Reply →

      No deal.

      Gio Gonzalez is the best pitcher in the trade.
      Justin Upton is the best hitter in the trade.

      No reason to trade two superstars for a group of solid players.

      Brian Wilson can be waived.

  • Bob Franklin April 14, 2013   Reply →

    I am in a points league i just traded james shields and zobrist for tulowitski, what do you think?

    I am also close to trading nick markakis, melkey cabrera, and r.a. dickey for matt kemp and ian kennedy, would that be good?

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