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Fantasy Baseball SS Rankings: Hanley Ramirez or Troy Tulowitzki?

Pat Mayo (@ThePME) & Gregg Sussman (@GreggSussman) prep you – and themselves – for the Fantasy Baseball season, talking through the entire shortstop pool, ranking every player and providing their best values, sleepers & busts at the position. They also discuss the different tiers inside the rankings and argue whether Hanley Ramirezor Troy Tulowitzki should be the first SS off the board, if Jean Segura can actually get better in 2014, the benefits of drafting power at the position and, off on a tangent at (16:45), where Ryan BraunCarlos GonzalezAndrew McCutchen and Paul Goldschmidt fall in the overall rankings…


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MAYO’S 2014 SS RANKS

  1. Hanley Ramirez
  2. Troy Tulowitzki
  3. Jose Reyes
  4. Jean Segura
  5. Elvis Andrus
  6. Ian Desmond
  7. Everth Cabrera
  8. Xander Bogarts
  9. Jhonny Peralta
  10. Ben Zobrist
  11. Starlin Castro
  12. Asdrubal Cabrera
  13. J.J. Hardy
  14. Jurickson Profar
  15. Rafael Furcal
  16. Derek Jeter
  17. Jonathan Villar
  18. Josh Rutledge
  19. Jimmy Rollins
  20. Josh Rutledge
  21. Andrelton Simmons
  22. Jed Lowrie
  23. Alcides Escobar
  24. Brad Miller
  25. Alexei Ramirez
  26. Didi Gregorius
  27. Zack Cozart
  28. Adeiny Hachavarria
  29. Brandon Crawford
  30. Perdo Florimon
  31. Jordy Mercer
  32. Erick Aybar
  33. Reben Tejada
  34. Yunel Escobar
  35. Jose Iglesias
  36. Dee Gordon
  37. Clint Barmes
  38. Eric Sogard
  39. Chris Owings
  40. Mike Aviles

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