Daniel Murphy Nationals
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I present the Lester’s Legends 2018 NL Only fantasy baseball second baseman rankings.
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1. Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals
2. DJ LeMahieu, Colorado Rockies
3. Scooter Gennett, Cincinnati Reds
5. Cesar Hernandez, Philadelphia Phillies
5. Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs
6. Ozhaino Albies, Atlanta Braves
7. Chris Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers
8. Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs
9. Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals
10.  Starlin Castro, Miami Marlins
11. Paul DeJong, St. Louis Cardinals
12. Jose Peraza, Cincinnati Reds
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Jose Altuve swing
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I present the Lester’s Legends 2018 AL Only fantasy baseball second baseman rankings.
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1. Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
2. Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians
3. Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins
4. Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners
5. Jonathan Schoop, Baltimore Orioles
6. Dee Gordon, Seattle Mariners
7. Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers
8. Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals
9. Ian Kinsler, Los Angeles Angels
10. Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians
11. Eduardo Nunez, Boston Red Sox
12. Marwin Gonzalez, Houston Astros
13. Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox
14. Yangervis Solarte, Toronto Blue Jays
15. Tim Beckham, Baltimore Orioles
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Jose Altuve swing
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I present the Lester’s Legends 2018 fantasy baseball second baseman rankings.
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1. Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
2. Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians
3. Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins
4. Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals
5. Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners
6. Jonathan Schoop, Baltimore Orioles
7. Dee Gordon, Seattle Mariners
8. DJ LeMahieu, Colorado Rockies
9. Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers
10. Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals
11. Ian Kinsler, Los Angeles Angels
12. Scooter Gennett, Cincinnati Reds
13. Cesar Hernandez, Philadelphia Phillies
14. Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs
15. Ozhaino Albies, Atlanta Braves
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Trea Turner
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I present the Lester’s Legends 2017 fantasy baseball second baseman rankings for NL Only fantasy leagues.
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1. Trea Turner, Washington Nationals
2. Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals
3. D.J. LeMahieu, Colorado Rockies
4. Dee Gordon, Miami Marlins
5. Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals
6. Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs
7. Logan Forsythe, Los Angeles Dodgers
8. Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs
9. Jedd Gyorko, St. Louis Cardinals
10. Neil Walker, New York Mets
11. Brandon Phillips, Atlanta Braves
12. Ryan Schimpf, San Diego Padres
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Jose Altuve swing
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I present the Lester’s Legends 2017 fantasy baseball second baseman rankings for AL Only fantasy leagues.
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1. Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
2. Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins
3. Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners
4. Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers
5. Ian Kinsler, Detroit Tigers
6. Jean Segura, Seattle Mariners
7. Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox
8. Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians
9. Jonathan Schoop, Baltimore Orioles
10. Devon Travis, Toronto Blue Jays
11. Starlin Castro, New York Yankees
12. Tyler Saladino, Chicago White Sox
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Jose Altuve swing
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I present the Lester’s Legends 2017 fantasy baseball second baseman rankings.
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1. Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
2. Trea Turner, Washington Nationals
3. Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins
4. Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners
5. Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers
6. Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals
7. Ian Kinsler, Detroit Tigers
8. D.J. LeMahieu, Colorado Rockies
9. Jean Segura, Seattle Mariners
10. Dee Gordon, Miami Marlins
11. Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals
12. Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox
13. Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians
14. Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs
15. Jonathan Schoop, Baltimore Orioles
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Dee Godon
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I present the Lester’s Legends 2016 fantasy baseball second baseman rankings for NL Only fantasy leagues.
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1. Dee Gordon, Miami Marlins
2. Anthony Rendon, Washington Nationals
3. DJ LeMahieu, Colorado Rockies
4. Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs
5. Kolten Wong, St. Louis Cardinals
6. Neil Walker, New York Mets
7. Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals
8. Addison Russell, Chicago Cubs
9. Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati Reds
10. Howie Kendrick, Los Angeles Dodgers
11. Joe Panik, San Francisco Giants
12. Josh Harrison, Pittsburgh Pirates
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Jose Altuve
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I present the Lester’s Legends 2016 fantasy baseball second baseman rankings for AL Only fantasy leagues.
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1. Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
2. Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners
3. Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins
4. Ian Kinsler, Detroit Tigers
5. Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians
6. Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers
7. Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox
8. Logan Forsythe, Tampa Bay Rays
9. Starlin Castro, New York Yankees
10. Jonathan Schoop, Baltimore Orioles
11. Brett Lawrie, Chicago White Sox
12. Devon Travis, Toronto Blue Jays
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Jose Altuve
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I present the Lester’s Legends 2016 fantasy baseball second baseman rankings.
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1. Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
2. Dee Gordon, Miami Marlins
3. Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners
4. Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins
5. Ian Kinsler, Detroit Tigers
6. Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians
7. Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers
8. Anthony Rendon, Washington Nationals
9. DJ LeMahieu, Colorado Rockies
10. Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs
11. Kolten Wong, St. Louis Cardinals
12. Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox
13. Neil Walker, New York Mets
14. Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals
15. Logan Forsythe, Tampa Bay Rays
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Click here to enter the 2011 Fantasy Baseball Team Name Contest
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Here’s an early look at the N.L. only 2011 Second Base rankings.
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1. Dan Uggla, Atlanta Braves:  Uggla is a model of consistency hitting between 31 and 33 HRs in each of the past four seasons. He stayed in the N.L. East, which should help his transition with his new team.
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2.  Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati Reds:  A hand injury sapped him of his power, but he gutted it out to play in 155 games. He still managed to hit .275 with 100 runs, 18 HRs, 59 RBIs, and 16 SBs. He remains one of the best HR/SB options at the position.
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3.  Chase Utley, Philadelphia Phillies:  Utley’s knee issue knocks him out of the top spot in N.L. Only leagues. He’s too big of a risk to take when Uggla and Phillips are safer rock solid options.
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4. Rickie Weeks, Milwaukee Brewers:  Weeks had a great season, but like the A.L.’s Ian Kinsler, his talent comes with a big injury risk.
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5.  Martin Prado, Atlanta Braves:  Prado gives you a solid average, a little pop, and positional flexibility. If you missed out on the big four, he’s a decent value pick.
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6.  Kelly Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks:  Johnson was a disaster in 2009, but bounced back in a big way last year for the D-backs. He’s been rock solid in three of his past four years, and shouldn’t disappoint this year..lent to take his game to the next level, assuming last year was just a sophomore slump.
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7.  Omar Infante, Florida Marlins:  He does little besides hitting for average, but his positional flexibility give him a little additional value.
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8.  Juan Uribe, Los Angeles Dodgers:  Uribe also has multiple position eligibility. He also offers some pop, even if his ballpark isn’t ideal.
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9.  Ty Wigginton, Colorado Rockies:  He doesn’t have a starting gig, but should get enough ABs at first base, second base, third base, and DH (interleague games) to make him a decent N.L. Only third basemen.
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10.  Neil Walker, Pittsburgh Pirates:  It’s really pick your poison time. The good news is you get Walker late and Pittsburgh is coming around with Andrew McCutchen, Pedro Alvarez, Jose Tabata, and Walker.
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