2013 Fantasy Baseball: Catcher Rankings by Michael Pichan (@FantasyNomad) [caption id="attachment_15943" align="alignleft" width="257"]photo courtesy of jeffhempbp.wordpress.com Jonathan Lucroy was having a breakout season, until he broke his hand last year.[/caption]                   While Pitchers will get the majority of the attention this early in spring training, let's not ignore Catchers, who too had to report to spring training earlier then other positional players. The catcher position can often be a very frustrating position, in terms of Fantasy, but this year there looks to be quite a few younger catchers that could take a step forward. So, maybe this season, we will find a few more catchers that provide positive Fantasy production. (Click here if you missed my Starting Pitcher Rankings ) Unlike many generic rankings, I have provided some statistical insight on why I ranked a certain player where I did or why I expect a player to perform above or below their Average Draft Position (ADP). Be sure to check back tomorrow as I will release a new positional ranking each day this week. Hopefully these rankings generate some discussion in the comment section below. And, if you haven't already, subscribe to our Box Score Baseball podcast on iTunes, Blog Talk Radio, or at Bretskyball.com. (Note: the +/- ECR means the difference between where I ranked a player compared to 30 experts who have posted there rankings at FantasyPros.com)
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Michael Pichan (@FantasyNomad) is a Staff Writer at FantasyAlarm.com, host of the Fantasy Alarm podcast, FSWA member, 2013 Top 10 ranked Expert in Fantasy Baseball, 2014 FSWA Fantasy Basketball Champ, lover of PBR and Daily League Play.

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