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On Sunday, the Philadelphia Phillies named Cole Hamels their Opening Day starter.
Phillies name Cole Hamels as Opening Day starter
Today, Philadelphia Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg formally announced that Cole Hamels will be the starter on Opening Day.
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It’s official: Cole Hamels to start opening day for Phillies
Ryne Sandberg finally stated the obvious Sunday afternoon: Cole Hamels will be the Phillies' starting pitcher on opening day.
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Bleacher Report's 2015 Fantasy Baseball Draft Cheat Sheet
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You have been waiting for it all winter—fantasy baseball draft day, that is—so don't mess it up now.

You've spent hours of your time on Bleacher Report, preparing for your picking, reading through rankings, selecting your sleepers, even perusing top prospects.

It's almost too much to remember when you need to access all that info the most, right?

That's why you don't have to remember, as long as you don't forget—drum roll, please!—Bleacher Report's 2015 Fantasy Baseball Draft Cheat Sheet.

What follows is all of the fantasy goodness you could ever need for your draft, from position rankings to sleepers to rookies and even a batch of star players to avoid (if the price isn't right).

Even better? It's all in one, easy-to-access location: right here!

So read on to review and then bookmark this page so you know just where to go. When your draft is at hand, B/R's 2015 Fantasy Baseball Draft Cheat Sheet should be, too.



Updated Bleacher Report 300 (aka Position Rankings)

Earlier in spring training, we ranked the top players at each position in the Bleacher Report 300, so named because we listed and wrote up—you guessed it—300 players.

But rankings are ever-changing, because stuff happens during the exhibition season, like injuries, performance fluctuations and transactions. What follows, then, are the updated rankings as the regular season gets closer and fantasy drafts continue happening everywhere.

Note: Eligibility is based on a player being slated to start at a position in 2015 or having played at least 20 games there in 2014.



Top 20 Catchers

Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants
Jonathan Lucroy, Milwaukee Brewers
Devin Mesoraco, Cincinnati Reds
Yan Gomes, Cleveland Indians
Brian McCann, New York Yankees
Evan Gattis, Houston Astros
Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals
Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals
Yasmani Grandal, Los Angeles Dodgers
Wilson Ramos, Washington Nationals
Travis d'Arnaud, New York Mets
Russell Martin, Toronto Blue Jays
Matt Wieters, Baltimore Orioles
Wilin Rosario, Colorado Rockies
Derek Norris, San Diego Padres
Miguel Montero, Chicago Cubs
Mike Zunino, Seattle Mariners
Jason Castro, Houston Astros
Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Miami Marlins
Stephen Vogt, Oakland Athletics
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Buster Posey is the No. 1 fantasy catcher—by a rather comfortable margin.


Top 25 First Basemen

Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks
Jose Abreu, Chicago White Sox
Miguel Cabrera, Detroit Tigers
Edwin Encarnacion, Toronto Blue Jays
Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs
Adrian Gonzalez, Los Angeles Dodgers
Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves
Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels
Victor Martinez, Detroit Tigers
David Ortiz, Boston Red Sox (only eligible at utility)
Prince Fielder, Texas Rangers
Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds
Justin Morneau, Colorado Rockies
Adam LaRoche, Chicago White Sox
Eric Hosmer, Kansas City Royals
Brandon Belt, San Francisco Giants
Mike Napoli, Boston Red Sox
Mark Trumbo, Arizona Diamondbacks
Chris Carter, Houston Astros
Lucas Duda, New York Mets
Matt Adams, St. Louis Cardinals
Brandon Moss, Cleveland Indians
Mark Teixeira, New York Yankees
Steve Pearce, Baltimore Orioles
Mike Morse, Miami Marlins


Top 25 Second Basemen

Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners
Jose Altuve, Houston Astros
Ian Kinsler, Detroit Tigers
Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians
Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins
Dustin Pedroia, Boston Red Sox
Dee Gordon, Miami Marlins
Kolten Wong, St. Louis Cardinals
Howie Kendrick, Los Angeles Dodgers
Neil Walker, Pittsburgh Pirates
Daniel Murphy, New York Mets
Jedd Gyorko, San Diego Padres
Hector Olivera, Los Angeles Dodgers
Martin Prado, Miami Marlins
Chase Utley, Philadelphia Phillies
Brett Lawrie, Oakland Athletics
Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers
Jonathan Schoop, Baltimore Orioles
Arismendy Alcantara, Chicago Cubs
Brandon Phillips, Cincinnati Reds
Scooter Gennett, Milwaukee Brewers
Aaron Hill, Arizona Diamondbacks
Joe Panik, San Francisco Giants
Nick Franklin, Tampa Bay Rays
Micah Johnson, Chicago White Sox
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After leading the majors with a .341 batting average and finishing tied for second with 56 steals, Jose Altuve is near the top of the second base rankings.


Top 25 Third Basemen

Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays
Anthony Rendon, Washington Nationals
Adrian Beltre, Texas Rangers
Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies
Kyle Seager, Seattle Mariners
Evan Longoria, Tampa Bay Rays
Chris Davis, Baltimore Orioles
Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians
Todd Frazier, Cincinnati Reds
Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs
David Wright, New York Mets
Pablo Sandoval, Boston Red Sox
Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals
Pedro Alvarez, Pittsburgh Pirates
Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals
Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles
Yasmany Tomas, Arizona Diamondbacks
Nick Castellanos, Detroit Tigers
Josh Harrison, Pittsburgh Pirates
Chase Headley, New York Yankees
Trevor Plouffe, Minnesota Twins
Lonnie Chisenhall, Cleveland Indians
Aramis Ramirez, Milwaukee Brewers
Luis Valbuena, Houston Astros
Mike Moustakas, Kansas City Royals


Top 25 Shortstops

Troy Tulowitzki, Colorado Rockies
Ian Desmond, Washington Nationals
Hanley Ramirez, Boston Red Sox
Jose Reyes, Toronto Blue Jays
Jimmy Rollins, Los Angeles Dodgers
Alexei Ramirez, Chicago White Sox
Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox
Jhonny Peralta, St. Louis Cardinals
Starlin Castro, Chicago Cubs
Jean Segura, Milwaukee Brewers
Elvis Andrus, Texas Rangers
Ben Zobrist, Oakland Athletics
J.J. Hardy, Baltimore Orioles
Alcides Escobar, Kansas City Royals
Erick Aybar, Los Angeles Angels
Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs
Jung-Ho Kang, Pittsburgh Pirates
Chris Owings, Arizona Diamondbacks
Danny Santana, Minnesota Twins
Jed Lowrie, Houston Astros
Andrelton Simmons, Atlanta Braves
Marcus Semien, Oakland Athletics
Brad Miller, Seattle Mariners
Wilmer Flores, New York Mets
Asdrubal Cabrera, Tampa Bay Rays
Carlos Osorio/Associated Press
Hanley Ramirez will be shifting to left field for the Boston Red Sox, but he's still eligible at shortstop after playing there last year.


Top 50 Outfielders

Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels
Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates
Giancarlo Stanton, Miami Marlins
Carlos Gomez, Milwaukee Brewers
Jose Bautista, Toronto Blue Jays
Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers
Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles
Michael Brantley, Cleveland Indians
Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals
Jacoby Ellsbury, New York Yankees
Carlos Gonzalez, Colorado Rockies
Corey Dickerson, Colorado Rockies
George Springer, Houston Astros
Yoenis Cespedes, Detroit Tigers
Justin Upton, San Diego Padres
Matt Kemp, San Diego Padres
Christian Yelich, Miami Marlins
Starling Marte, Pittsburgh Pirates
Billy Hamilton, Cincinnati Reds
Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers
Jason Heyward, St. Louis Cardinals
Matt Holliday, St. Louis Cardinals
Nelson Cruz, Seattle Mariners
J.D. Martinez, Detroit Tigers
Jayson Werth, Washington Nationals
Jay Bruce, Cincinnati Reds
Shin-Soo Choo, Texas Rangers
Gregory Polanco, Pittsburgh Pirates
Marcell Ozuna, Miami Marlins
Jorge Soler, Chicago Cubs
Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox
Joc Pederson, Los Angeles Dodgers
Rusney Castillo, Boston Red Sox
Hunter Pence, San Francisco Giants
Kole Calhoun, Los Angeles Angels
Leonys Martin, Texas Rangers
Ben Revere, Philadelphia Phillies
Wil Myers, San Diego Padres
Melky Cabrera, Chicago White Sox
Brett Gardner, New York Yankees
Alex Gordon, Kansas City Royals
Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies
Adam Eaton, Chicago White Sox
Oswaldo Arcia, Minnesota Twins
Khris Davis, Milwaukee Brewers
Avisail Garcia, Chicago White Sox
A.J. Pollock, Arizona Diamondbacks
Marlon Byrd, Cincinnati Reds
Curtis Granderson, New York Mets
Rajai Davis, Detroit Tigers


Top 85 Starting Pitchers

Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers
Felix Hernandez, Seattle Mariners
Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals
Stephen Strasburg, Washington Nationals
David Price, Detroit Tigers
Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians
Chris Sale, Chicago White Sox
Madison Bumgarner, San Francisco Giants
Jordan Zimmermann, Washington Nationals
Johnny Cueto, Cincinnati Reds
Zack Greinke, Los Angeles Dodgers
Cole Hamels, Philadelphia Phillies
Jon Lester, Chicago Cubs
Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals
Julio Teheran, Atlanta Braves
Jeff Samardzija, Chicago White Sox
James Shields, San Diego Padres
Matt Harvey, New York Mets
Sonny Gray, Oakland Athletics
Gerrit Cole, Pittsburgh Pirates
Hisashi Iwakuma, Seattle Mariners
Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs
Chris Archer, Tampa Bay Rays
Jacob deGrom, New York Mets
Lance Lynn, St. Louis Cardinals
Jose Quintana, Chicago White Sox
Alex Wood, Atlanta Braves
Tyson Ross, San Diego Padres
Gio Gonzalez, Washington Nationals
Garrett Richards, Los Angeles Angels
Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees
Carlos Carrasco, Cleveland Indians
Yordano Ventura, Kansas City Royals
Anibal Sanchez, Detroit Tigers
Justin Verlander, Detroit Tigers
Phil Hughes, Minnesota Twins
Jered Weaver, Los Angeles Angels
Ian Kennedy, San Diego Padres
Doug Fister, Washington Nationals
Andrew Cashner, San Diego Padres
Homer Bailey, Cincinnati Reds
Alex Cobb, Tampa Bay Rays
Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers
Mat Latos, Miami Marlins
Michael Pineda, New York Yankees
Danny Duffy, Kansas City Royals
Ervin Santana, Minnesota Twins
Kevin Gausman, Baltimore Orioles
Taijuan Walker, Seattle Mariners
Michael Wacha, St. Louis Cardinals
Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians
Drew Hutchison, Toronto Blue Jays
Jake Odorizzi, Tampa Bay Rays
Brandon McCarthy, Los Angeles Dodgers
Collin McHugh, Houston Astros
Francisco Liriano, Pittsburgh Pirates
Danny Salazar, Cleveland Indians
Dallas Keuchel, Houston Astros
Chris Tillman, Baltimore Orioles
Wily Peralta, Milwaukee Brewers
Derek Holland, Texas Rangers
Drew Smyly, Tampa Bay Rays
Jose Fernandez, Miami Marlins
Scott Kazmir, Oakland Athletics
Shelby Miller, Atlanta Braves
Nate Eovaldi, New York Yankees
Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox
James Paxton, Seattle Mariners
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https://plus.google.com/113868700832983902301 Jackie Warner : New article (Grapefruit League Week 2 Review 2015 & Top Performers) The spring training is rolling along...
New article (Grapefruit League Week 2 Review 2015 & Top Performers) The spring training is rolling along in Florida as teams in the GrapeFruit league prepare for the upcoming season. As opening day sits less than two weeks away we get a chance to take a look at which teams have performed well as well as which players stand out between the 15 teams in the Grape Fruit League.
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The spring training is rolling along in Florida as teams in the GrapeFruit league prepare for the upcoming season. As opening day sits less than two weeks away we get a chance to take a look at which teams have performed well as well as which players stand out between the 15 teams in the Grape Fruit League.
The American League East represents the top two records in league as the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays both sit at 12-9 mid way through the spring. The two teams have stacked up pretty similar as the Yankees have scored 88 runs this spring versus just 77 runs allowed while the Blue Jays have scored 89 runs but have allowed 81 runs.
As you look at these two teams each of them have the talent to contend in 2015 with their current rosters. The main concern for the Yankees will come with their health and age as the team has experienced some key injuries last year including to pitchers Ivan Nova, Masahiro Tanaka and C.C. Sabathia. Along with the starters the team also lost first baseman Mark Teixeira and outfielder Carlos Beltran for a significant portion of time.

For the Blue Jays the results this spring look encouraging for a team that was very busy this off-season bringing in Josh Donaldson, Justin Smoak and Russell Martin to provide more fire power in the lineup. That has worked as the three have combined to hit six home runs while driving in 12 runs in just 100 at bats this spring.
The one surprising team this spring has been the New York Mets who have scored the most runs in the entire league. This has helped the club post a 12-10 record while outscoring their opponents by 28 runs this spring. That being said no one really looks at the standings or statistics during the spring to gauge how a team will do during the regular season.

The key behind the Mets attack this spring has been newly acquired outfielder Michael Cuddyer along with a healthy David Wright. Cuddyer who spent the past few seasons with the Colorado Rockies is hitting .351 this spring with four doubles, five home runs and six runs knocked in. Wright on the other hand is hitting .303 with one double, three home runs and 10 runs batted in.
While the spring has been great for some teams a few teams have struggled early on including the Detroit Tigers and Baltimore Orioles. The Tigers enter this week with the worst Grapefruit record at 7-14 while the Orioles sit just two games behind at 9-13. For each of these teams their struggles have come with their pitching. The Orioles have allowed the fifth most runs in the league while the Tigers have allowed the second most.
We expect both of these teams to rebound over the next few weeks as teams start to reduce in size and the starters continue to go deeper into ball games. The Tigers enter 2015 with some concerns as Victor Martinez is coming off an injury and Miguel Cabrera is just starting his spring regimen. On the flip side the team found a way to acquire Yoenis Cespedes to anchor the outfield as well as provide the team another power bat in the middle of the lineup.
Now that we took a look at how some of the teams are performing in the Grapefruit League we will turn out attention to which players are performing the best through the first few weeks of spring training. Along with Cuddyer of the Mets, J.D. Martinez of the Detroit Tigers have stood out for us early on. The Tigers outfielder is hitting .349 in 15 games this spring with three doubles, five home runs and nine runs batted in.
Here are some of the other top performers of the Grapefruit league this spring.

Steve Pearce, Baltimore Orioles: All we heard last year is how much of a fluke season Steve Pearce was having. Now it looks like it might have just taken the former Pittsburgh Pirate longer to develop into an everyday major league ball player. This spring Pearce is hitting .382 with one double, five home runs and nine driven in. The Orioles will look to use Pearce in multiple roles during the upcoming season including in the outfield as well as first base.

Michael Morse, Miami Marlins: Morse is having a terrific spring for his new ball club hitting .355 over his first 13 games. Along with the solid batting average Morse has also shown his ability to hit for power posting one double to go with four home runs and 14 runs batted in for the Marlins this spring. The journeyman will typically man first base for the team during the 2015 MLB season.

Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox: The Red Sox prospect is hitting the cover off the ball this spring making it difficult for the team to pull a trade for left hander Cole Hamels. Betts is hitting .471 in 11 games this spring with 16 hits including six doubles, two triples and one home run.

David Buchanon, Philadelphia Phillies: Buchanon has put together a solid spring on the mound for the Phillies. In 16 innings over five appearances, the Phillies pitcher has allowed just three earned runs while striking out 11 batters.

Matt Harvey, New York Mets: The Mets ace has looked like his old self after missing time in 2014 after having Tommy John Surgery. In four starts this spring, Harvey has allowed just two earned runs over 14.1 innings while striking out 12 batters.
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