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Here is a look back at the Top 50 for other months this season:




And here is a look at who was best in July.

  1. Dustin Pedroia
  2. Jacoby Ellsbury
  3. C.C. Sabathia
  4. Emilio Bonifacio
  5. Melky Cabrera
  6. Justin Verlander
  7. Jimmy Rollins
  8. Justin Upton
  9. Michael Cuddyer
  10. Jered Weaver
  11. Curtis Granderson
  12. Ben Zobrist
  13. Freddie Freeman
  14. Josh Hamilton
  15. Ervin Santana
  16. Vance Worley
  17. Clayton Kershaw
  18. Dan Uggla
  19. Craig Kimbrel
  20. Cameron Maybin
  21. Alex Gordon
  22. Jeff Niemann
  23. Josh Beckett
  24. Hanley Ramirez
  25. Michael Young
  26. Mike Napoli
  27. Mike Stanton
  28. Glen Perkins
  29. Justin Masterson
  30. Raul Ibanez
  31. Albert Pujols
  32. Adrian Gonzalez
  33. Aramis Ramirez
  34. Chase Utley
  35. Jeff Francoeur
  36. Joey Votto
  37. Dan Haren
  38. Hideki Matsui
  39. Edwin Encarnacion
  40. Eric Hosmer
  41. Roy Halladay
  42. Derek Holland
  43. Joe Saunders
  44. David Hernandez
  45. Nick Swisher
  46. Nick Swisher
  47. Alfredo Aceves
  48. Matt Kemp
  49. Jose Bautista
  50. Rick Porcello
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5 Responses to Top 50 Players in Yahoo for July

  1. Dead Last says:

    Wanted some input on a possible trade offer i’m lookin to make. 10 team 5×5 mixed roto keeper league. I’m in dead last (Thanks largely in part to wonderful seasons by my first 3 picks (Hanley, Crawford, Dunn).

    Looking to acquire Freddie Freeman (14th rd $). I actually wrote about this earlier, was thinking of offering Pence and Baker but I waited til the deadline and with Pence’s move to Philly i’m gonna hang onto him and see what happens.

    We can keep 10 guys max if they fit under the salary cap and I should have no problem with that. I’ve got Cliff Lee (3rd rd), Josh Johnson (4th – obv we’ll see what happens come spring training), CJ Wilson (14th), Gio Gonzalez (17th), Brandon Beachy (17th – been a big fan of the kid), Jose Bautista (17th), Rickie Weeks (14th), Carlos Santana (15th). Those are 8 right there. Potential others: Desmond Jennings (13th or 15th), Hunter Pence (5th – if he rakes in Philly cuz lots of OF available in free agency), Brett Lawrie (13th or 15th – gotta see what happens when he comes up), Mike Moustakas (18th) and Brandon Belt (18th). Always good to have a surplus of keepers come draft time cuz I can trade them for draft picks etc.

    Here’s my thought process: Using Yahoo’s current rankings, Freeman ranks 15th among first basemen (14th on espn’s player rater). All but Cabrera will most likely be kept going into next season (and I’ll have the 7th pick in the draft and Cabrera wont drop that far with what is out there). The guy who has Freeman is gonna keep his first 3 picks leaving him little money for any other keepers. He is currently in 5th and within striking distance of 2nd place. He needs help in pitching badly (ERA and WHIP, Wins and he cant lose ground in strikeouts).

    My offer would be: Ervin Santana (14th), Matt Harrison & Tim Stauffer (13/15/17th) along with Mike Moustakas (18th – he needs a 3B that is playing now and I have Lawrie i’m waiting to see about plus Belt in that 18th round spot if i decide to keep him) and Adam Dunn (3rd – he’s a throw in and if he gets hot, good for him) for Freeman David Hernandez, and a closer (either Axford, Santos, or Soria). I have Putz and Madson, but I’d like the handcuff for Putz and another closer to play with if Madson goes down or Lidge takes over.

    I do have Scott Baker i could offer, along with Jeff Niemann but I’d like to see if he goes with Harrison/Stauffer first. Seems like a lot to offer for Freddie Freeman…but I’m thinking with the exception of Moustakas, I havent given up anyone I’m planning on keeping for a guy who based on next year’s free agency, will be a top 5 first baseman thats available.


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  2. Schruender says:

    Freddie Freeman has gotten better as the season has progressed. Every couple of weeks he is improving his draft stock for next year. I think he has potential to be a top ten at the position next season – which is saying something at that position. He is much more of a sure thing than any of the other young guys you might keep (Belt, Lawrie, or Moustakas). And as you’re saying, first base is going to be really thin. I’d absolutely make the move you are talking about given your position in the standings. If I was the one trading Freeman, I’d be hard pressed not to take the deal given the way Santana is throwing.

    I love Bautista for 17th round money too – don’t overlook that as far as a starting point for next season. He has struggled lately, but still has a solid chance of being a top ten overall pick. I would give up on Josh Johnson at that value at this point.

  3. Dead Last says:

    Definitely not overlooking Bautista. I traded Hanley and Crawford for him a few weeks ago (both guys were expiring contracts). Josh Johnson was actually a “throw in” in a recent deal i just made. I traded Brandon Phillips (4th), Rasmus (7th), and Garza (12th) for Weeks (14th), Moustakas, and Johnson. Would love to have a starting infield of C – Santana, 1B – Freeman, 2B – Weeks, 3B – Bautista all taken between rounds 13-17.

    The owner declined the deal for Freeman. He’s really hung up on Freeman as a keeper and he doesnt think those guys will be enough to help him (even though they would easily be his 2nd/3rd/4th best pitchers). He’s lookin for a stud pitcher and isnt worried about contract so I’m gonna try to get Felix or Verlander but it will probably cost me Pence. I like Pence at the 5th round, but I feel i can get his numbers in the OF elsewhere. Virtually, it would be like trading Pence for Freeman which i think is good for me.

  4. Schruender says:

    Yes I agree with that. I know I said last week that giving up Pence and Baker for Freeman was probably a lot, but given your situation in last place and the league’s situation at first base, I don’t think it’s a bad deal at all.

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