Posts Tagged ‘Top Five Positional Rankings’

Fantasy Baseball Top 5 Position Rankings (Jul. 12th)

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Longoria sits atop the third-base standings at the All-Star break.

It is officially break time for Major League Baseball as the All-Star game approaches. There always seems to be controversy involving the voting for who makes each leagues respective roster, so we are going to go with pure numbers. Below is the top five for each position for this week’s All-Star edition of the Positional Power Rankings. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Top 5 Position Rankings(Jul. 5th)

Monday, July 5th, 2010

Votto takes the crown at first.

This week more injuries continue to rock the top-fives at each position, and we see a few more new faces.  We are almost at the half-way point of the season so be sure to keep checking in here at Fantasy Baseball Sportal. With the All Star break coming up, we will tell you who will be starting the second half off with a hot streak. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Top 5 Position Rankings (Jun. 28th)

Monday, June 28th, 2010

Hamilton is riding a 20-game hit streak and leads the OF group.

Now that the rankings have arrived and the dust has settled, the positional rankings are starting to look a little more like they should.  Some major names from last week are off the list, and some fresh faces have joined the list. Below you will find this week’s Fantasy Positional Power Rankings. (more…)

Fantasy Baseball Top 5 Position Rankings (Jun. 20th)

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Miguel Cabrera is a Triple Crown candidate.

Here at Fantasy Baseball Sportal we pride ourselves on giving our readers the information they need.  The Positional Power Rankings were gone for a little but now they are back!  Every week I will detail the top 5 players at each position.  Since it has been a while I will be adding the top fantasy performers for the entire season (not just for the week) in the first rankings.  As the season progresses you will get to see how the rankings change based on weekly performance or injury.  So without further ado, here they are:

Catcher

1(-)  Victor Martinez, BOS:  This was a tough one because Martinez looks to have a toe injury that could hamper his progress.  Lately Marinez has been the best catcher hands down with a .407 AVG and 11 RBI this month. (more…)