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RotoWire Roundtable: Composite Top 350 Rankings

Michael Rusignola

Michael Rusignola

Michael Rusignola has been covering fantasy baseball for RotoWire since 1998. He roots for the NY Mets and SF Giants, his two hometown teams.

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I think few would argue that one of the best days of the year (fantasy or otherwise) is draft day. It's the day we get to put three months of planning and analysis to the test. Like a gambler rolling into Las Vegas with that "can't miss" blackjack system, all of us (including the RotoWire staff) go into draft day thinking we know exactly who to pick, who to avoid and how far to reach for that sleeper... but sometimes, we get it wrong.

The goal of this series is to help you level set your strategy against the marketplace. It is critical to do this kind of reality check to ensure your draft day approach doesn't make you take on unnecessary risk. A good strategy puts you a couple steps ahead of the competition - it doesn't make you do crazy things that confuse and bewilder the other owners in your league. If you are executing well, it should be invisible to your competition until the draft is nearly over.

Think of this series like a draft thermometer: it will provide invaluable data points as you put together your 2012 plan. Our rankings are a proxy for different draft strategies you may encounter: the more diversity there is in our rankings, the more unpredictable that player is likely to be in your own league draft. As talent acquisition is not just a draft day activity, we aim to publish this series monthly through the first half of the season, with a final update after the non-waiver trade deadline to help you prepare for the championship push (or, if you're already out of it, the off-season).

First, the ground rules: our rankings were assembled for 12-team, 5x5 mixed leagues that starts two catchers per team (thus there is a positional scarcity component added for catchers). We used four rankers for the first issue (Jeff Erickson, Derek VanRiper, Michael Rusignola and Bernie Pleskoff), but hope to add at least one more ranker for our March update. The rankings were completely blinded -- none of the rankers saw any of the other rankings before the publication of this article.

An Overview of February's Rankings

February rankings always tend to have the most variability, as playing time and health issues are not yet resolved. Overall, Jeff's rankings seemed to be the most "centrist" of the bunch, exhibiting the highest correlation with the three other rankings (see Table 1). Naturally, batters represented a significant portion of the early draft (see Table 2). Bernie gave the lowest premium to the top starters. DVR seemed to be the most anti-reliever and anti-catcher of the bunch, ranking the average top closer around 124 and top catcher around 57.

Table 1: Correlation between Rankers

Correlation Jeff DVR Michael Bernie
Jeff 1.00 0.88 0.87 0.77
DVR 0.88 1.00 0.79 0.76
Michael 0.87 0.79 1.00 0.77
Bernie 0.77 0.76 0.77 1.00

Table 2: Position Breakdown

Average Rank of Top... 50 Batters 3 Catchers 15 Starters 5 Relievers
Jeff 32.46 39.67 36.53 90.20
DVR 32.50 57.33 37.40 124.20
Michael 31.08 44.33 42.13 102.80
Bernie 30.84 33.00 43.40 99.40

Rankings with One Outlier

First, we'll go through a couple of players where three of the rankers were in alignment but one ranker held an opposing opinion.

Matt Kemp (OF) - The Pessimist: DVR (10); The Pack: Jeff (1), Michael (2), Bernie (1).

Nothing like finding an outlier in one of the first two picks! Without a doubt, Kemp's combination of power and speed makes him a top-tier outfielder, but Derek sees red flags in Kemp's 74% contact rate and the Dodgers' lack of lineup depth. DVR thinks 2011 was Kemp's ceiling, and believes a decline in batting average, RBIs and runs is in his future. The Pack regards Kemp as a five category player, even if the batting average retreats a little bit.

Howie Kendrick (2B) - The Optimist: Bernie (49); The Pack: Jeff (112), DVR (118), Michael (109).

Bernie is bullish on Kendrick, thinking he has finally turned the corner and could become that batting champion he was always supposed to be (dating back to '07, when we first started predicting a breakout). The presence of Albert Pujols, Mark Trumbo, and possibly even Kendrys Morales in the same lineup only increases Kendrick's ability to knock in and score runs. The Pack likes the second base eligibility but sees a long and storied injury history, and isn't quite buying that the power breakout is for real.

Mike Moustakas (3B) - The Pessimist: Michael (313); The Pack: Jeff (172), DVR (169), Bernie (176).

As the pessimist here, let me start by saying I'm actually a Moustakas owner in the RotoWire Staff League. I love the potential, but I'm still not entirely sold on him as a top-200 player, not yet anyway. Moustakas struggled as a rookie, and remember, even though he was a year ahead of Eric Hosmer, it was Hosmer - and not Moustakas - who got the first call-up. The Pack obviously loves his upside and his September finish (.352/.380/.580); the Pessimist agrees on the upside but doesn't see him hitting 17 home runs or driving in 77 runs (the RotoWire projection) just yet.

Players that Divided our Rankers into Two Camps

The players below split our rankers evenly, with half of the rankers taking an optimistic outlook on the player and the other half taking a more pessimistic view.

Hunter Pence (OF) - Optimistic Camp: Michael (28), Bernie (26); Pessimistic Camp: Jeff (48), DVR (49).

The Optimist Camp sees Pence as one of the most underrated hitters in the game. Unorthodox in almost everything he does, from his swing to his throwing motion to the way he runs, Pence makes excellent contact, plays in a hitter's park and with a winning team. Plenty of men on base means Pence will deliver numbers in virtually every category. The Pessimist Camp thinks the batting average is due for a correction and Pence's days of stealing 18 bags are behind him. They say his OPS will likely be 100+ points lower than the .954 he put up after being traded to the Phillies last July, which drops him back into the early fifth round of the draft.

Buster Posey (C) - Optimistic Camp: Jeff (38), Michael (31); Pessimistic Camp: DVR (60), Bernie (57).

The Optimistic Camp sees a catcher who can hit for power and average, and who figures to see a lot of time at first base, which should only increase his plate appearances. The Pessimistic Camp points out that Posey wasn't hitting all that well before suffering his devastating season-ending injury last year. While he should recoup the skills he showed as a rookie two seasons ago, he looks a lot less stable than Carlos Santana and Brian McCann, who will also hit in the heart of their respective orders.

David Price (SP) - Optimistic Camp: Jeff (35), DVR (35); Pessimistic Camp: Michael (49), Bernie (53).

The Optimistic Camp sees Price in the same class as Felix Hernandez and Tim Lincecum, in part because of Price's improved strikeout and walk rates in each of the last two seasons. The Pessimistic Camp cites the competitiveness of the AL East and Price's fatigue as the game and season wears on as the ding that brings him down just a notch.

All over the Place

For these players, there was absolutely no consensus, with rankings coming in literally all over the place.

Zack Greinke (SP) - DVR (34), Jeff (56), Michael (84), Bernie (108).

Greinke was one of the most divisive players on the list, with DVR on the high end at 34 and Bernie on the low end at 108. We will set aside the fact that DVR lives in Wisconsin for a second to consider the merits of his case for Greinke as the sixth best starter on the board: Zack Attack is coming off of a season where he posted a career-high 10.5 K/9IP. His ERA and WHIP numbers were likely elevated by shoddy defense, which should be rectified by an improved left side of the infield. With an excellent underlying K/9, BB/9 and HR/9 profile, Greinke may be the only pitcher in MLB capable of matching Justin Verlander's 2011 campaign.

Despite compelling peripherals, Greinke has unperformed his advanced metrics for a couple of seasons now. And don't forget, Greinke missed most of 2006 with social anxiety disorder, a condition which many believe he never truly put behind him. While with the Royals, Greinke filled his no-trade list exclusively with big market teams (noticeably coming to a head when the team tried to deal him to the Yankees). In short, he doesn't exude that self confidence you want to see in your frontline starter. Even if Greinke matches the RotoWire site projections of a 3.71 ERA and 1.225 WHIP, he will place 66th and 47th among starting pitchers expected to pitch 100 innings, which, wins and strikeouts aside, is hardly elite.

Chipper Jones (3B) - Bernie (130), DVR (204), Michael (286), Jeff (NR).

Sure, health is always a concern for Chipper, but the optimists are quick to point out that third base is a very weak position. Jones hit for a higher average and played in more games in 2011 than he did in 2010. He's a line drive contact hitter and still has that ability to drive in runs. On the flip side, his power has been on a pretty steady decline for the past few seasons and he always feels like he's a DL stint away from announcing his retirement, so why roll the dice?

Matt Garza (SP) - Jeff (65), DVR (88), Michael (136), Bernie (196).

The optimists think that the Cubs are a better team, and the Cardinals and Brewers are worse teams, than they were last year. Garza's durable, he gets lots of strikeouts and his ratios should continue to be pretty good. Even with just 13 wins, the optimists see Garza as more than serviceable. The pessimists, however, want their top shelf starters to have a chance for a W every time they take the mound - and unless Garza is traded, that won't be happening with the Cubs in 2012. Garza may be durable, but he is inconsistent, and can lapse quickly into poor command when he tries to blow hitters away. There are safer bets than Garza on the board at this point in the draft, so the pessimists recommend you go after one of those pitchers instead.

And on with...

The List

RankFull NamePositionJeffDVRMichaelBernieMedian
1Miguel Cabrera1B2112 1.5
2Matt KempOF11021 1.5
3Albert Pujols1B3333 3.0
4Jose Bautista3B/OF4274 4.0
5Carlos GonzalezOF8547 6.0
6Joey Votto1B6866 6.0
7Jacoby EllsburyOF71155 6.0
8Troy TulowitzkiSS56910 7.5
9Adrian Gonzalez1B1012108 10.0
10Robinson Cano2B119813 10.0
11Justin UptonOF941412 10.5
12Clayton KershawSP14171211 13.0
13Evan Longoria3B1271619 14.0
14Prince Fielder1B1315179 14.0
15Dustin Pedroia2B16141520 15.5
16Roy HalladaySP18191116 17.0
17Justin VerlanderSP26181815 18.0
18Curtis GrandersonOF15311917 18.0
19Hanley RamirezSS17162623 20.0
20Mike StantonOF20203418 20.0
21Jose ReyesSS21242414 22.5
22Ian Kinsler2B19133030 24.5
23Adrian Beltre3B29222722 24.5
24Mark Teixeira1B22282921 25.0
25Cliff LeeSP25252040 25.0
26Cole HamelsSP28262539 27.0
27Andrew McCutchenOF24233259 28.0
28Josh HamiltonOF42272132 29.5
29David Wright3B23303331 30.5
30Matt HollidayOF43332334 33.5
31Brett Lawrie3B31401348 35.5
32Felix HernandezSP34373725 35.5
33Jay BruceOF41213933 36.0
34Carlos SantanaC27534429 36.5
35Starlin CastroSS33394835 37.0
36Paul Konerko1B52482228 38.0
37Hunter PenceOF48492826 38.0
38Shin-Soo ChooOF30473542 38.5
39Alex GordonOF40324038 39.0
40Jered WeaverSP45563637 41.0
41David PriceSP35354953 42.0
42CC SabathiaSP37365447 42.0
43Desmond JenningsOF39414370 42.0
44Tim LincecumSP36446141 42.5
45Elvis AndrusSS47428844 45.5
46Ryan BraunOF462951Abst 46.0
47Buster PoseyC38603157 47.5
48Yovani GallardoSP44459754 49.5
49Stephen StrasburgSP51503852 50.5
50Ryan Zimmerman3B57464561 51.5
51Aramis Ramirez3B53526024 52.5
52Nelson CruzOF62434276 52.5
53B.J. UptonOF325550115 52.5
54Mike NapoliC/1B54705827 56.0
55Brandon Phillips2B66694636 56.0
56Dan HarenSP50627946 56.0
57Brian McCannC55597143 57.0
58Pablo Sandoval3B60388956 58.0
59Eric Hosmer1B82514771 61.0
60Alex Rodriguez3B59676363 63.0
61Michael Young3B/1B86714155 63.0
62Joe MauerC67826258 64.5
63Michael Cuddyer1B/OF611035369 65.0
64Craig KimbrelCL691046562 67.0
65Michael BournOF58775279 67.5
66Adam JonesOF71645675 67.5
67Ben Zobrist2B/OF68667668 68.0
68Carl CrawfordOF63787067 68.5
69Zack GreinkeSP563484108 70.0
70Jon LesterSP49578691 71.5
71Kevin Youkilis3B77688260 72.5
72Dan Uggla2B70855782 76.0
73Ichiro SuzukiOF100768050 78.0
74Miguel MonteroC75819065 78.0
75Shane VictorinoOF79936877 78.0
76Drew StubbsOF748673160 80.0
77Chase Utley2B83799466 81.0
78Derek JeterSS91836781 82.0
79Rickie Weeks2B845885100 84.5
80Andre EthierOF101847785 84.5
81Dee GordonSS78926493 85.0
82Adam WainwrightSP967555165 85.5
83Mike Morse1B/OF1051066951 87.0
84Matt WietersC768012195 87.5
85C.J. WilsonSP817396114 88.5
86Josh JohnsonSP94985989 91.5
87Asdrubal CabreraSS886595102 91.5
88Ricky RomeroSP729711087 92.0
89Mat LatosSP958993110 94.0
90John AxfordCL901299884 94.0
91Dan HudsonSP6410981135 95.0
92Jemile Weeks2B1101338383 96.5
93Corey HartOF1131106686 98.0
94Alex AvilaC8791106105 98.0
95Matt MooreSP1067417390 98.0
96Chris YoungOF1029491204 98.0
97Jayson WerthOF9810175121 99.5
98Jimmy RollinsSS9910211145100.5
99Matt CainSP8911278112100.5
100Josh BeckettSP7311414288101.0
101Ike Davis1B1189010499101.5
102Madison BumgarnerSP9372129111102.0
103James ShieldsSP8063145124102.0
104Ian KennedySP10896100109104.0
105Lance Berkman1B/OF10910510573105.0
106Mark Reynolds3B/1B8511511596105.5
107Nick MarkakisOF1471209272106.0
108David OrtizDH1279911994109.0
109Yu DarvishSP11187167107109.0
110Cory LuebkeSP11711387106109.5
111Howie Kendrick2B/OF11211810949110.5
112Neil Walker2B143119102103111.0
113Brett GardnerOF11495108227111.0
114Matt GarzaSP6588136196112.0
115Paul Goldschmidt1B12812410164112.5
116Cameron MaybinOF11661118231117.0
117Mariano RiveraCL92123120116118.0
118Coco CrispOF129139107104118.0
119Drew StorenCL97149117120118.5
120Jason HeywardOF10454134202119.0
121Jonathan PapelbonCL103130126119122.5
122Michael PinedaSP107134152113123.5
123Ryan MadsonCL115135131117124.0
124Alexei RamirezSS12613712492125.0
125Brandon BeachySP122107158131126.5
126Billy ButlerDH13112614174128.5
127Jason Kipnis2B14012872150134.0
128Carlos BeltranOF14112714878134.0
129Kenley JansenCL124144114168134.0
130J.J. PutzCL133142132138135.5
131Peter BourjosOF130138133228135.5
132Tim HudsonSP138262113134136.0
133Freddie Freeman1B159116149127138.0
134Nick SwisherOF14613174163138.5
135Brandon LeagueCL123181137140138.5
136Logan MorrisonOF132100147164139.5
137Danny Espinosa2B119111163190141.0
138Gaby Sanchez1B160197123126143.0
139Martin Prado3B/OF186125139148143.5
140Johnny CuetoSP120152138162145.0
141Jason MotteCL150180140139 145.0
142Carlos Lee1B/OF234146146141146.0
143Yadier MolinaC144147151149148.0
144Vernon WellsOF169145103159152.0
145Jose ValverdeCL163143190118153.0
146Tommy HansonSP154154153136153.5
147Erick AybarSS14516818080156.5
148Chris CarpenterSP137151165217158.0
149Gio GonzalezSP125153164166158.5
150Matt JoyceOF185158125161159.5
151Joel HanrahanCL134165155185160.0
152J.P. ArencibiaC142157169170163.0
153Jaime GarciaSP155141172243163.5
154Derek HollandSP121122251207164.5
155J.J. HardySS161187170101165.5
156Torii HunterOF187189112145166.0
157Brandon McCarthySP157192144177167.0
158Rafael BetancourtCL151195143184167.5
159Colby LewisSP136162177189169.5
160Brian WilsonCL135179160301169.5
161Angel PaganOF17017199249170.5
162Max ScherzerSP139148241195171.5
163Austin JacksonOF183160130306171.5
164Mike Moustakas3B172169313176174.0
165Colby RasmusOF196136159283177.5
166Huston StreetCL162194189167178.0
167Alexi OgandoSP176335128180178.0
168Jordan ZimmermannSP181132188179180.0
169Josh WillinghamOF202251127158180.0
170Anibal SanchezSP148108214NR181.0
171Hiroki KurodaSP149278168194181.0
172Trevor CahillSP158150231209183.5
173Adam Lind1B192182187125184.5
174Kelly Johnson2B200155178192185.0
175Ubaldo JimenezSP165121210216187.5
176Brandon MorrowSP177140295198187.5
177Jeremy HellicksonSP189190156200189.5
178Stephen DrewSS171209217129190.0
179Delmon YoungOF237242135144190.5
180Vance WorleySP239164176208192.0
181Wandy RodriguezSP156177208263192.5
182Ervin SantanaSP188174256197192.5
183Sergio SantosCL164199207187193.0
184Jhonny PeraltaSS198188219152193.0
185Ryan Howard1B194184349Abst194.0
186Brennan BoeschOF208172184205194.5
187Andrew BaileyCL179166221210194.5
188Jesus MonteroDH22519619498195.0
189Doug FisterSP191208200132195.5
190R.A. DickeySP193243162199196.0
191Joe NathanCL153167227296197.0
192Emilio Bonifacio3B/SS/OF190205223142197.5
193Joakim SoriaCL168193202300197.5
194Heath BellCL178200196299198.0
195Scott BakerSP175312218178198.0
196Grant BalfourCL180217179322198.5
197Jordan WaldenCL166215213186199.5
198Ryan Roberts2B/3B195159204268199.5
199Melky CabreraOF173239116232202.5
200Marco ScutaroSS220234185151202.5
201John DanksSP199176275214206.5
202Jeff FrancoeurOF174240122254207.0
203Carlos MarmolCL152216199221207.5
204David Freese3B184156235NR209.5
205Clay BuchholzSP245173209212210.5
206Edwin Encarnacion3B238186238169212.0
207Jason BayOF211211215229213.0
208Wilson RamosC224178203240213.5
209Chad BillingsleySP215207340213214.0
210Nolan ReimoldOF217212191336214.5
211Alex RiosOF223210154NR216.5
212Carlos Pena1B203236230128216.5
213Michael BrantleyOF210223192284216.5
214Aaron Hill2B213221266191217.0
215Dustin Ackley2BNR170265146217.5
216Mark Trumbo1B19723824997217.5
217Chris PerezCL167230205262217.5
218Yoenis CespedesOF233222186Abst222.0
219Edwin JacksonSP204175NR244224.0
220Salvador PerezC287299161137224.0
221James Loney1B226NR183223224.5
222Kyle FarnsworthCL219231279219225.0
223Ian DesmondSS209247263156228.0
224Roy OswaltSP243269182215229.0
225Miguel OlivoC201NR193259230.0
226Ted LillySP216244211NR230.0
227Derrek Lee1B258203174NR230.5
228Jason KubelOF271201264143232.5
229Dexter FowlerOF236161232238234.0
230Carlos QuentinOF240250229206234.5
231Bud NorrisSP182163332287234.5
232John BuckC222249198260235.5
233Russell MartinC249224268222236.5
234Jair JurrjensSP231245289181238.0
235Jim JohnsonCL221254225NR239.5
236Justin Morneau1B338185302123243.5
237Gavin FloydSP205246298241243.5
238Geovany SotoC250202237319243.5
239Neftali FelizSP241304247182244.0
240Matt ThorntonCL246232242323244.0
241Yunel EscobarSS275214292155244.5
242Chipper Jones3BNR204286130245.0
243Jonny VentersSTP278341212211245.0
244Shaun MarcumSP229260233288246.5
245Dan BardSP253291206248250.5
246Mike TroutOF263219NR239251.0
247Joel PeraltaCL279NR224220251.5
248Dayan ViciedoOF273252246252252.0
249Frank FranciscoCL232233271324252.0
250Chase Headley3B251296255157253.0
251Alfonso SorianoOF323274226235254.5
252Rafael FurcalSS262279248175255.0
253Lorenzo CainOF212300171NR256.0
254J.D. MartinezOF260258150256257.0
255Kurt SuzukiC235265250309 257.5
256Jonathan LucroyC248241270341259.0
257Ryan DempsterSP228227NR293260.5
258Ricky NolascoSP230226NR292261.0
259Jose TabataOF282320240230261.0
260Tim StaufferSP264261253316262.5
261Lucas Duda1B/OF270237258272264.0
262Jed Lowrie3B/SS269235259348264.0
263Mike AdamsSTP296343197233264.5
264Tyler ClippardSTP280NR181250265.0
265Brandon Belt1B/OF214117316345265.0
266Kendrys Morales1B274287175Abst274.0
267Alcides EscobarSS288263350224275.5
268Ben RevereOF297220339258277.5
269Chris IannettaC259266290NR278.0
270Mark BuehrleSP206315343242278.5
271Allen CraigOF320328239203279.5
272Matt CappsCL247253307327280.0
273Justin MastersonSP207277NR286281.5
274Mitch Moreland1BNR229329237283.0
275Ryan VogelsongSP294NR273201283.5
276Danny Valencia3B303264262304283.5
277David RobertsonSTP281342261291286.0
278A.J. BurnettSP266313NR245289.5
279Eric ThamesOF335270311122290.5
280Bobby AbreuOF306327236276291.0
281Denard SpanOF298301284282291.0
282Carlos RuizC299298285277291.5
283Ryan DoumitC286NR301153293.5
284Omar Infante2B333324267154295.5
285Mike Carp1B/OF285284306339295.5
286Jerry SandsOF261259331NR296.0
287Lonnie Chisenhall3B227295297347296.0
288A.J. PierzynskiC272NR269321296.5
289Daniel Murphy2B/3B/1B337198276318297.0
290Scott Rolen3BNR248348183298.0
291Johan SantanaSP311325287264299.0
292Josh ReddickOF322321278269299.5
293Marlon ByrdOF283319201NR301.0
294Mat Gamel1B301303335274302.0
295Mike Aviles3BNR282324147303.0
296Cliff PenningtonSS300NR310226305.0
297Addison ReedSTP256316314297305.5
298Jonathan SanchezSP277309330302305.5
299Erik BedardSP291292323NR307.5
300Grady SizemoreOF334285NR257309.5
301John MayberryOF348273234NR310.5
302Luke ScottOF331NR291273311.0
303Wilson Betemit3BNR318228305311.5
304Johnny Giavotella2B340283NR281311.5
305Josh TomlinSP308NR318265313.0
306Adam LaRoche1BNR286341171313.5
307Adam Dunn1B305183322331313.5
308Aubrey Huff1B330NR257298314.0
309Andres TorresOF321NR293307314.0
310Garrett Jones1B328NR305275316.5
311Jarrod SaltalamacchiaC284330303NR316.5
312Jon NieseSP244225NRNR318.0
313Sergio RomoSTP319317244NR318.0
314Jhoulys ChacinSPNR191245NR318.5
315Jake PeavySP346276NR295320.5
316Ty Wigginton3B/OF329NR308313321.0
317Joaquin BenoitSTPNRNR252251322.0
318Chris HeiseyOF336272309NR322.5
319Ramon HernandezC326331320236323.0
320Mike MinorSP255206NRNR323.5
321Devin MesoracoC302271NR349325.5
322Chris Parmelee1BNR323296328325.5
323Josh CollmenterSP265NR216NR328.5
324Nick HundleyC325NR333261329.0
325Phil HughesSP314290344NR329.0
326Ivan NovaSP267NRNR133329.5
327Justin Smoak1BNR228NR267329.5
328Bryan LaHairOF268NR222NR330.0
329Sean Rodriguez2B/SS332256NR329330.5
330Vinnie PestanoSTP317344282NR330.5
331Francisco LirianoSP344293NR317330.5
332Brent Morel3B289329336338332.5
333Luke HochevarSP218275NRNR333.5
334Zack CozartSS252NR277NR334.5
335Cody RossOFNR322337335336.0
336David DeJesusOF NRNR283253337.5
337David MurphyOF NRNR272285338.5
338Alejandro de AzaOF350NR166333341.5
339Alfredo AcevesSP292NR195NR342.0
340James McDonaldSP242294NRNR343.0
341Francisco RodriguezSTP295NR281NR343.5
342Todd Helton1BNR297NR188344.5
343Travis SniderOFNR288299NR345.5
344Johnny DamonOF307NR220NR349.5
345Matt HarrisonSPNR308NR290350.0
346Homer BaileySP310289NRNR351.0
347Bryce HarperOF312218NRNR352.0
348Javy GuerraSTP315NRNR218353.5
349David CarpenterSTP316281NRNR354.0
350Greg HollandSTP318NR274NR 355.0

NR = Not Ranked
Abst = Abstained from Ranking

Players with the same median were ranked secondarily by their average ranking. Players who were not ranked were assigned a ranking of 392 (the midpoint between 351 and 433, the total number of ranked players) for the purpose of computing the median.

So... let's hear it! Do you agree with the Pack or the Outlier? Are you in the Optimistic Camp or the Pessimistic Camp? Or are there any players here where our rankers were in alignment but you feel we all got it wrong?