Catcher | First base No owner in a standard-size league should feel left out at second base. That isn't to say every player in the top 12 is entirely risk-free, but the drop-off thereafter is gradual, extending beyond even the 20 shown here. You'll have someone to fall back on, in all likelihood, so you shouldn't worry too much about messing it up. But you can gain a real advantage at the position. While second base offers a surplus of alike options, it's lacking in true standouts, featuring four if you count Brian Dozier and three if you don't. And that number has risen from a year ago. Note: These rankings are intended to be just a first glimpse and aren't tailored for any specific format.