2020 Fantasy Baseball Rankings:Catcher | First | Second | Short | Outfield | Starter | Reliever | Top 300There are plenty of homers available at the position, starting with Eugenio Suarez and his 49 HRs from last year, and you can even find .300 hitters like Yoan Moncada and Rafael Devers. Devers was also second in the majors in runs scored last year (129), and he, along with Kris Bryant, who’s slated to open the season as the Cubs’ leadoff hitter, will likely rank highly in that oft-ignored category again.2020 Fantasy Baseball Sleepers:Catcher | First | Second | Third | Short | Outfielder | Starter | Each teamIf you want to wait at the position and get some SBs to go along with decent pop, you can target Danny Santana, Scott Kingery, Ian Happ, or Tommy Edman, but you’ll be missing out on a lot of reliable HR and RBI production from guys higher up in the rankings. 2020 Fantasy Baseball Tiers, Draft Strategy:Catcher | First | Second | Third | Short | Outfield | Starter | RelieverUltimately, 3B is the new 1B. You can find high-average, run-producing sluggers early in your draft, or you can wait a bit and get middling-average, run-producing sluggers later. Either way, you need those run-producing sluggers, so be cognizant of that while you’re building your team. There are plenty of interesting fliers — many of whom are eligible at other positions — worth drafting later on for your bench, but don’t pass on a proven stud in the first five or six rounds just because the position is deep. Draft the stud and draft another good player later, preferably one who can play multiple positions. That’s how to truly maximize all the 3B-eligible talent in your draft. Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategies: Auction | Keeper/Dynasty | PointsPlease note that the players below are ranked as if they’re only eligible at 3B. Players might have a higher overall ranking if they’re eligible at other positions. More 2020 Fantasy Baseball: Auction Values | Mock Draft SimulatorWe’ll be updating the 3B rankings as needed, so check back for the latest player movement. DOMINATE YOUR DRAFT: Ultimate 2020 Fantasy Baseball Cheat Sheet Fantasy Baseball 3B RankingsRankings based on 5×5 H2H leagues with Rs, HRs, RBIs, SBs, and batting average as categoriesPosition eligibility based on Yahoo default settings (5 games started or 10 games played at a position)* = not eligible at that position on draft day but expected to play there during the seasonRankingPlayerTeamOther eligibility1Nolan ArenadoRockies2Alex BregmanAstrosSS3Anthony RendonAngels4Jose RamirezIndians5Rafael DeversRed Sox6Kris BryantCubsOF7Eugenio SuarezReds8Vladimir Guerrero Jr.Blue Jays9DJ LeMahieuYankees1B, 2B10Manny MachadoPadresSS11Yoan MoncadaWhite Sox12Josh DonaldsonTwins13Max MuncyDodgers1B, 2B14Matt ChapmanA’s15Mike MoustakasReds2B16Eduardo EscobarD-backs2B17Justin TurnerDodgers18Yuli GurrielAstros1B19Miguel SanoTwins1B20Scott KingeryPhillies2B, SS, OF21Danny SantanaRangers1B, 2B, SS, OF22Jeff McNeilMets2B, OF23Ian HappCubs2B, OF24Tommy EdmanCardinals2B, OF25Ryan McMahonRockies1B, 2B26Renato NunezOrioles1B27Jean Segura*PhilliesSS28Brian AndersonMarlinsOF29Gio UrshelaYankees30J.D. DavisMetsOF31Kyle SeagerMariners32Hunter DozierRoyals1B, OF33Austin Riley*BravesOF34Yandy DiazRays1B35Nick SolakRangers2B36Howie KendrickNationals1B, 2B37Carter Kieboom*NationalsSS38Yoshi TsutsugoRaysOF39Tommy La StellaAngels2B40Luis ArraezTwins2B, OF41Todd FrazierRangers42Maikel FrancoRoyals43Evan LongoriaGiants44Jon BertiMarlinsSS, OF45Eric Sogard*Brewers2B, OF46Starlin CastroNationals2B47Hanser AlbertoOrioles2B48Matt CarpenterCardinals49Rio RuizOrioles1B50Colin MoranPirates2B51Travis ShawBlue Jays1B*52Johan CamargoBravesSS, OF53Asdrubal CabreraNationals2B54Marwin GonzalezTwins1B, OF Third base is as loaded as ever this year, and while multi-position eligibility for some key players can make it slightly thinner than it appears, there’s little doubt that every team in your fantasy baseball league should have a high-quality player at the hot corner after your draft. Our 2020 3B rankings feature plenty of familiar faces in the top tier, but with a host of intriguing new sleepers and potential breakouts, there are a variety of ways to devise a draft strategy for third base. Primarily a power position, there aren’t a lot of SBs to be found at the top of the 3B rankings. Jose Ramirez is really the only true five-category threat, which could make him a popular second-round target in a lot of drafts despite a down 2019. Ramirez can certainly fill up a box score, but Nolan Arenado, Alex Bregman, and Anthony Rendon are safer bets in the other four categories.