2020 Fantasy Baseball top 300 draft rankings: Who should go No. 1 overall for the shortened season?

Gerrit Cole, Christian Yelich, Cody Bellinger. (Photos by Mark Brown/Jamie Schwaberow/Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

With MLB announcing its return with a shortened season, it’s time to get back to work — fantasy baseball draft season is here!

Our experts have compiled their draft rankings, putting together the top 300 names in fantasy.

Which pitcher should be first off the board in Round 1? How will the elite outfield quartet of Ronald Acuna Jr., Christian Yelich, Mookie Betts, and Cody Bellinger shake out?

Mike Trout would have likely been at the top of the rankings, but he isn’t sure if he’ll play the entire season amid COVID-19 concerns with the impending birth of his son. There is a growing list of players who have opted to skip the season.

[Still time to join or create a fantasy baseball league for the short season]

Taking the evolving landscape into account, Scott Pianowski, Dalton Del Don, and Andy Behrens offer up their overall and positional ranks to help you navigate this unique fantasy baseball draft season.

[Positional Rankings: C | 1B | 2B | SS | 3B | OF | SP | RP]

NOTE: Rankings will be updated as draft season progresses.

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