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Fantasy baseball: Top 300 rankings for head-to-head categories leagues

It's been pretty great to have Mike Trout on your fantasy team the past five seasons. Yeah, he's still our top-ranked player for 2017, but who's next? Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire

With baseball season getting closer by the minute, we present our fantasy baseball draft rankings for the three most popular formats in ESPN leagues: rotisserie, head-to-head by category and head-to-head by points.

These rankings will be frequently updated throughout the spring, so be sure to bookmark and check back often!

Last update: Feb. 24


Top 300

Note: "Elig. Pos." is the player's eligible position(s) entering 2017. Position eligibility is determined based upon a minimum of 20 games, otherwise the position the player appeared at most, in 2016. "Pos. Rank" is the player's ranking at the position he played most in 2016. "2016 PR" is the player's final, overall finish on our Player Rater.


Positional rankings

Note: Players are listed by position, and their overall rank is included if in the top 300. Players outside the top 300 are denoted by NR. Player Rater data is 2016 ranking at the listed position.

Catcher

First base

Second base

Third base

Shortstop

Outfield

Designated hitters

Note: Players listed below qualify only at designated hitter entering the 2017 season

Starting pitchers

Relief pitchers