There are two primary strategies when it comes to fantasy sports. Sure, there are hundreds of “strategies” and I seem to try a new one every year, but the reality is that there are only two: either you take the best player available or you weight players differently based on the position they play. Whether it be fantasy football, baseball, hockey, basketball, or rugby, these are the strategies that are available to you.
When you look at the first base list, keep in mind the difference between the two strategies. First base has more players with a +20.0 run profile than any other position. We saw only two catchers with that profile and we will see even fewer at some other positions (second base and shortstop). So, you could either load up your list purely by what TRI says or you can consider what we might call “positional scarcity.” So, here are your top 25 first baseman (and/or DHs that are eligible at first base).Read more by logging in or signing up for TheFantasyFix.com's "Front Office" package >>>>>>.