Draft Guide Preview: SS Outliers

Rotoworld Staff
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Since before draft season began, we've been providing looks into our 2020 Rotoworld Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide to help give you the knowledge you need to make smarter decisions when your league's draft rolls around.

Complete with content covering various league types — from projections and rankings to tiers, ADP reports, mock drafts and exclusive expert columns — this year's edition is the finest we've produced.

Today, we'll be giving you a look at the guide's exclusive positional outlier column series with the below excerpt from the Shortstop Outliers.

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SS outliers
SS outliers

 

Christopher Crawford had Fernando Tatis Jr. at 8. The composite ranking was 5.

I am a little surprised to see that I'm the low man on Tatis, but I get it. He's a potential superstar that more than held his own in his rookie year with the Padres. The only reason I have him ranked this "low" – if you want to call being eighth at a strong position low – is that there are some hitters I trust a little more, like Bogaerts and Baez. Would it shock me if Tatis ended up outscoring these players? Absolutely not; I think he can end up being the best shortstop in baseball. I just think there's a little more safety in the names I have ranked ahead, and those players offer plenty of upside, as well. – Christopher Crawford (@Crawford_MILB)

 

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