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Nico Hoerner
2019 Dynasty Baseball RankingsDynasty BaseballDynasty Prospect Rankings

Shortstop is arguably the most important and valuable defensive position in baseball. As such, major league organizations often attempt to develop as many shortstop prospects as possible. Consequently, the list of shortstop prospects is expansive; so expansive it warrants two separate articles. Part 1 explores the cream of the crop,

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Digging for DiamondsProspect Talk

Here we go again, I dug through another twelve players. Analyzing the depths of the Arizona Fall League. Scouring the depths of minor league systems for prospects that may help you out. That’s right, some of us are such baseball masochists that we actually put ourselves in leagues where the

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Juan Soto
2018 Dynasty Baseball RankingsDigging for DiamondsDynasty BaseballDynasty Prospect Rankings

Last week at The Dynasty Guru, we examined infield, outfield, and pitching prospects with increasing and decreasing fantasy value. In addition, we examined where MLB Draft prospects fell within the Top 200. As the culmination of the monthly review and update, and given the influx of talent from the MLB Draft, we shall revisit the

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Gleyber Torres
2018 Dynasty Baseball RankingsDigging for DiamondsDynasty BaseballDynasty Prospect RankingsProspect Talk

Each month, The Dynasty Guru will provide a prospect update that includes notable performances (good and bad), assignments, promotions, trades, injuries, and suspensions. Most importantly, the monthly update will examine prospects with increasing and decreasing fantasy value, from the elite to the obscure. At the beginning of May, TDG reviewed

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Franmil Reyes
2018 Dynasty Baseball RankingsDigging for DiamondsDynasty BaseballDynasty Prospect Rankings

At the beginning of the month at The Dynasty Guru, we examined infield, outfield, and pitching prospects with increasing and decreasing fantasy value. As the culmination of the monthly review and update, we updated the Top 200 Fantasy Prospects. Since then, two weeks passed, therefore, it is time to analyze notable prospect performances through May 15th, the

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Ronald Acuna Jr.
2018 Dynasty Baseball RankingsDigging for DiamondsDynasty BaseballDynasty Prospect RankingsProspect Talk

Over the past week at The Dynasty Guru, we examined infield, outfield, and pitching prospects with increasing and decreasing fantasy value. As the culmination of the monthly review and update, we shall revisit the 2018 Top 200 Fantasy Prospects, published in March. Fantasy value is ever-changing. Like the stock market, there are stable assets and

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2018 Dynasty Baseball Rankings

James Anderson, one of the writers who competes in TDGX and perhaps my favorite fantasy prospect voice, released his top 400 prospects over at Rotowire. It’s behind a paywall, but it’s well worth the price of admission. James and his colleagues do a great job, especially covering the needs of

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Ronald Acuna
2018 Dynasty Baseball RankingsDigging for DiamondsDynasty Prospect Rankings

The 2018 Top 200 Fantasy Prospects represents the culmination of over 40 days of prospect positional rankings. These rankings will ultimately detail 500 total prospects, including 40 catchers, 34 first basemen, 32 second basemen, 36 third basemen, 58 shortstops (part 1 and part 2), 120 outfielders (part 1, part 2, and part

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Gleyber Torres
2018 Dynasty Baseball RankingsDigging for DiamondsDynasty BaseballDynasty Prospect Rankings

The Dynasty Guru recently released the annual, consensus rankings of the top 50 fantasy shortstops in dynasty leagues (#1-20 and #21-50), detailing several shortstop prospects. The following rankings focus upon, and dive deeper into, fantasy shortstop prospects. Shortstop is arguably the most important and valuable defensive position in baseball. As

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It’s been a slow off-season. Like, a really slow off-season. With the hot stove frigid, fantasy baseball players haven’t had many ways to quench their thirst, unless they’ve thrown themselves head-first into football, basketball, or hockey. January and February can be some of the darkest months of the year (figuratively

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