Mike Trout, Andrew McCutchen, Giancarlo Stanton, Paul Goldschmidt and Clayton Kershaw are the top-5 of our 150 fantasy baseball rankings for 2015.
Without fail, closers are the most overdrafted position in fantasy baseball – every season. The recommended strategy is to grab one established closer at a fair draft slot and then wait it out.
Starting pitching runs deep, so you can assemble a solid staff comprising mostly of pitchers in the later tiers without reaching for the likes of Clayton Kershaw.
Try to go with upside after you snag your top guys, as there will be a handful of guys in the lower tiers that will pop and bring you a great ROI.
The entire infield runs deep except for shortstop where Troy Tulowitzki is alone on tier 1 and there is a massive drop from tier 2 to tier 3.