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2014 Potential Impact Rookies: National League

The National League isn’t quite as loaded with top prospects that may break into the big leagues in 2014 and supply impact value, but the circuit certainly is not short on talent. The American League impact rookie article can be found here. Today we deal with their counterparts. EAST Christian Bethancourt, C — Atlanta Braves The Braves seem to have committed to an Evan Gattis/Gerald Laird timeshare behind the plate this season, and that might work out fine. Gattis hits bombs and Laird might put together another solid fifty games…

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Top 25 Fantasy Prospects

The Constitution of the United States is often referred to as a “living document.” The Constitution itself hasn’t been amended in over twenty years, but interpretations of it have ┬áchanged during that time. Think of this list, and all the fantasy lists we’ve posted this offseason in the same way. Players can get traded, players can get injured, player evaluations can ebb slightly or transform entirely. For those reasons, the player rankings below do not exactly align with the positional lists. And, like the prior lists, the top 25 is…

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Fantasy Prospect Rankings: Shortstop

Who’s the best fantasy shortstop in baseball? Hanley Ramirez? Troy Tulowitzki for 113 games? Elvis Andrus and his Amazingly Empty .270 Batting Average? Ian Desmond and his 145 strikeouts, thank you very much? Jean ‘This Doesn’t Look Sustainable’ Segura? You can make arguments for any of them. What I’m trying to say is that there’s no great answer at short anymore. It’s a murky position right now, but there are beams of light on the horizon. Again, please know that this list is for fantasy impact in 2014 only. If…

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