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2021 Fantasy Baseball Rankings

2021 Fantasy Baseball Rankings: Top 25 Second Basemen

  • Manuel Gómez - East Coast Contributor & Podcast Director Manuel Gómez, East Coast Contributor & Podcast Director
  • March 17, 2021

Who are the top 25 second basemen for the upcoming 2021 Fantasy Baseball season? Look no further, Our Esquina has you covered.

With a little more than two weeks before Opening Day, fans are ramping up their research for the upcoming 2021 Fantasy Baseball season. Before then, Our Esquina is dropping their 2021 Fantasy Baseball Rankings by position, including updates, every day until the first pitch of the regular season is thrown.

Today, we’re going to rank the league’s top 25 second basemen. Second base is one of the toughest positions to get elite production out of. A great player at second can make a huge difference, however. So, don’t forget to nab a player at this position before you run out of options.

Before we begin, these rankings are for head-to-head (H2H) leagues. Determinations were made by aggregating all projection stats, which can be found on FanGraphs.


Rankings by Position

SP* RP* C 1B
2B 3B SS OF
Click links to access more rankings.
Items annotated with an * are coming soon.

2021 Fantasy Baseball: Second Basemen

RANK PLAYER TEAM
1 DJ LeMahieu NYY
2 Ozzie Albies ATL
3 Jose Altuve HOU
4 Ketel Marte ARI
5 Brandon Lowe TBR
6 Cavan Biggio TOR
7 Luis Arraez MIN
8 Mike Moustakas CIN
9 Cesar Hernandez CLE
10 David Fletcher LAA
11 Keston Hiura MIL
12 Nick Madrigal CWS
13 Jean Segura PHI
14 Gavin Lux LAD
15 Tommy La Stella SFG
16 Mike Brosseau TBR
17 Jonathan Schoop DET
18 Jake Cronenworth SDP
19 Kolton Wong MIL
20 Ty France SEA
21 Adam Frazier PIT
22 Nico Hoerner CHC
23 Wilmer Flores SFG
24 Jurickson Profar SDP
25 Andres Gimenez CLE

On the Cusp

A few more second basemen you should probably consider are…

Joey Wendle, TBR – You really can’t go wrong with a player like Wendle. He is a high contact player who strikes out very little and can be a pest against opposing pitchers.

Starling Castro, WSN – Castro is one of the rare players who flirts with a .300 batting average almost every season. Though he won’t boast elite power numbers, Castro will likely provide you with positive production on a nightly basis.

Check back for updates!

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