2011 Fantasy Baseball Third Base Rankings With Projections

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1-Evan Longoria (25), Rays-587 abs, 296 avg, 34 hrs, 108 rbi, 13 sbs, 102 runs

2-David Wright (28), Mets-571 abs, 281 avg, 26 hrs, 101 rbi, 23 sbs, 98 runs

3-Ryan Zimmerman (26), Nationals-613 abs, 299 avg, 29 hrs, 103 rbi, 6 sbs, 104 runs

4-Alex Rodriguez (35), Yankees-522 abs, 284 avg, 32 hrs, 103 rbi, 8 sbs, 98 runs

5-Kevin Youkilis (32), Red Sox-516 abs, 306 avg, 27 hrs, 101 rbi, 4 sbs, 98 runs

6-Adrian Beltre (31), Rangers-581 abs, 283 avg, 27 hrs, 88 rbi, 3 sbs, 81 runs

7-Aramis Ramirez (32), Cubs-522 abs, 284 avg, 25 hrs, 83 rbi, 0 sbs, 71 runs

8-Michael Young (34), Rangers-638 abs, 291 avg, 17 hrs, 82 rbi, 8 sbs, 93 runs

9-Casey McGehee (28), Brewers-586 abs, 284 avg, 23 hrs, 95 rbi, 0 sbs, 70 runs

10-Jose Bautista (30), Blue Jays-573 abs, 253 avg, 33 hrs, 89 rbi, 9 sbs, 86 runs

11-Pablo Sandoval (24), Giants-576 abs, 295 avg, 21 hrs, 85 rbi, 0 sbs, 72 runs

12-Martin Prado (27), Braves-628 abs,304 avg, 14 hrs, 68 rbi, 5 sbs, 109 runs

13-Pedro Alvarez (24), Pirates-552 abs, 252 avg, 28 hrs, 90 rbi, 2 sbs, 67 runs

14-Mark Reynolds (27), Orioles-538 abs, 239 avg, 33 hrs, 93 rbi, 13 sbs, 86 runs

15-Chris Johnson (26), Astros-552 abs, 288 avg, 17 hrs, 87 rbi, 5 sbs, 68 runs

To be completely honest, there is a huge drop off in comfort level after Arod. There are a lot of players in the 5-10 range that you can take a chance on and any of them could come through but it is a risk reward scenerio. Sandoval, coming off a bad year, is a solid bounce back candidate. Many owners have dropped off the bandwagon on Sandoval but I think there is solid evidence to believe he can come back. Bautista is not going to hit 50 hrs again but I am confident that he can get to 50. Prado, you could argue he should be higher, I just don’t see as a potential 20 homer guy. So, who are you hoping to ride in 2011 at third base?

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