We’re another week closer to the start of the MLB regular season which means that we’ve got another week’s worth of mock drafts in the books to help shape the current ADP of the Mock Draft Army. The Army itself has completed 23 mock drafts in total – a solid mix of both 15 and 12-team drafts – and I have also included the data from my LABR mixed league draft, a number of mocks in which I have participated for several other web sites and two leagues in which I will be playing the full season. All in all, the total number of drafts for this round of ADP is 32, all within the 12 to 15 team range.

For those of you playing in standard re-draft leagues, this data should prove to be extremely helpful. The mixture of participants has been strong and those who take part in the Army drafts on a weekly basis all seem to be trying out new strategies as they continuously draft from different spots each time. Draft orders are randomized, but I always try to pay attention to where the repeat drafters are assigned each time. If I notice someone has been drafting from the front end multiple times, I’ll swap them down in the order unless they specifically ask to draft from the top. This is to ensure the data doesn’t get stale and continues to be a helpful tool.

For those who play in the NFBC, this data should be used a little differently. Because of the no trading policy and the fact that the majority of leagues are made up of 15 teams, the actual ADP numbers may not be as helpful to you. However, the trend report that comes out each week most definitely is. As has been stated several times, ADP data should not be used in lieu of rankings. It is a reflection of personal preference and perceived value by the masses and as a result, the trend report allows you to see who is becoming a trendy pick and who might be falling out of favor. With that, you can decide whether you need to reach for a particular player you may covet or, better yet, if you can wait a round or two and maybe increase his net value.

So let’s take a look at the risers and fallers from over the last two weeks as well as which players are suddenly popping up on fantasy owners’ radar and are now actually being drafted.

Risers

Addison Russell, 2B CHC (+14.2%) – He’s 22 years old, he can hit for double-digit home runs and he’ll be batting in an extremely competitive lineup as the everyday second baseman. What’s not to love? OK, maybe that 28.5-percent strikeout rate and .242/.307/.389 slash line. Those could certainly use some work. His strikeout and walk rates have been completely erractic throughout his time in the minors, but if you look at his swing rates from last season, he’s not up there hacking away. He’s swinging through a lot of pitches, but it’s not like he’s fishing outside the zone. Given the overall skill set, he should easily improve in his weak areas, but this probably isn’t the year of the breakout. He could still provide decent numbers in the counting stats, but don’t set your expectations too high.

Byung-ho Park, 1B MIN (+13.4%) – As we discussed the last time we looked at the trend report, Park is definitely on the rise. No one is saying that he’s going to be a 50-homer guy for the Twins, but with expectations set as a 20-25 home run guy with a .260ish average, his 197.4 ADP (16th round in a 12-team league) seems about right. If he continues to ascend, it could weaken his return value, we can worry about that if it goes any higher than the 180-190 range.

Ketel Marte, SS SEA (+11.5%) – Every year the masses latch onto one guy and shoot his ADP way up beyond where it really should be. With another increase of this magnitude, Marte is coming dangerously close to losing that late-round flier value that we were enjoying just one month ago. Speed from the middle infield is always nice but we don’t want to get too far ahead of ourselves here. His plate discipline numbers look good and he makes above-average contact. But he’s still relatively unproven so reaching for him isn’t always the best course of action. That’s not to say that he can’t be successful. I’m just saying that you need to remember some of the more recent trendy picks such as Billy Hamilton or Josh Rutledge. Not only did their popularity push their ADP too high but then neither delivered on their expectations.

Byron Buxton, OF MIN (+11.2%) – His 203.2 ADP  means that folks aren’t pushing too hard to grab him early which is comforting, but he is still on the rise and we all know how everyone loves to overvalue the rookies. I don’t want to smear the guy’s name, but just keep in mind that a lot….and I mean a lot…of what people are saying about him is exactly what they said about Cameron Maybin. There are enough similarities between the two players that I am seriously hedging my bets.

Stephen Piscotty, OF STL (+9.6%) – He and teammate Randall Grichuk are gaining a lot of attention this spring and folks are trying to ascertain whether or not Piscotty has the developing power he’s really going to need to succeed at the big league level. He seemed to take a step in the right direction last year and that, coupled with his strong contact rates and good fortune in the BABIP department had many people thinking Jason Heyward Lite. While it’s tough to throw the ol’ 20-20 potential tag onto him, you can still give him a look in the later rounds. His ADP is on the rise but it’s nowhere near the level that you would be thinking people are reaching for him. He should make for a nice fourth or fifth outfielder.

Fallers

Yoenis Cespedes, OF NYM (-25.4%) – There seem to be a number of skeptics regarding the Showcase’s ability to duplicate the outstanding post-season he had for the Mets last year and that could be what’s contributing to his ADP drop. The usual injury problems are never going to go away with him, so that also helps to keep the price tag down, but in truth, he’s not a guy you really want to sleep on, especially if he’s falling in drafts right now and you can get him for a bargain price, relatively speaking, that is. Keep tabs on him in drafts and see where he’s falling to. A fourth or fifth round grab seems to be the going rate, but you never know what the anti-Mets contingent is saying to help poison the well.

Ian Kinsler, 2B DET (-21.9%) – Yes, he’s on the decline. Yes, he’s not one of the sexy names anymore. But five-straight seasons of at least 10 home runs and 10 stolen bases are actually pretty nice in your middle infield. It would be better if his price dropped a little more considering you’re looking at closer to 10-10 than you are 20-20 or even 15-15, but he can still be a helpful commodity.

Hanley Ramirez, OF BOS (-21.0%) – Pretty sure we covered Hanley’s descent in the last article as well, but it’s probably worth noting that if he continues to drop…and it looks like he will…he just might hit that level where he’s actually going to bring you a reasonable return value. He’s not going to hit home runs like he used to nor will he still bases like he did in the past, but if he is able to stay healthy for the season, there’s no reason to think that he can’t bang you close to 20 home runs again. You’re not getting killer overall production, but maybe if his ADP drops a little further, he’ll be able to give you a positive return value.

Ryan Braun, OF MIL (-18.2%) – My neck! My back! My neck and my back! Considering this is Braun we’re discussing, you can probably throw in the thumb there too, for shits and giggles. The price tag still seems a little high given the level of injury concern (both present and future) and the knowledge that he’s never going to be that 35-home guy we once loved and adored. He claims to be fine and he also says the Brewers are a solid team, neither of which I’m buying right now. But if the price tag continues to drop, I just might be lured into a fifth or sixth round pick.

Ian Desmond, SS TEX (-16.8%) – Well, this drop is a moot point now because with Desmond’s signing with the Rangers, that ADP is about to shoot back up. The rising strikeout rate stinks, as does the batting average drop, but come on, people. He’s one year removed from three-straight 20-20 seasons and his counting stats last year for a shortstop were still tasty. The move to Arlington should help him stop swinging for the fences and just let the power come naturally and there is little concern that a guy who’s played shortstop throughout his career is going to have difficulty adjusting to left field in a pretty small outfield. Looks for Desmond to join the “Risers” next time out.

New Faces

A.J. Reed, 1B HOU – Reed is obviously a top prospect and his path to the majors looked pretty clear as only strikeout-maven Jonathan Singleton stood in his way. Well, to add to the hype, manager A.J. Hinch said that Reed actually stands a chance of winning the first base job outright this spring. The Astros seem to be putting winning ahead of Super-2 status which is a refreshing thing to see, but just keep in mind that money still talks and even with a strong spring, they could hold him back until early-June. This one is definitely for your fantasy radar as there seems to be little doubt that this kid is primed to be a star.

Hector Olivera, OF ATL – Very tough to hazard a guess as to what kind of production we’re going to see out of him this season, but the recent speculation has him between 10-15 home runs with a .260ish average. While the Braves say that he’s going to start in left field for them, he’s still not on many people’s radar despite the fact that he also likely qualifies at third base in some leagues. If you’re looking for a late-round flier with some potential, he’s worth a look, but at this time, nothing more than that.

Daniel Norris, SP DET – He was the feel-good story of 2015 after word broke that he was living out of his van, but Norris also dealt with some struggles and a diminishing strikeout rate during his 60 innings between Toronto and Detroit. But his minor league numbers say there’s something there worth watching and now that he’s completely away from that launching pad in Canada, there could be a reason to keep him on your radar. He’s been coming off the board in the Mock Draft Army around Rounds 22 and 23, so you know there’s no reason to reach.

Orlando Arcia, SS MIL – While Jonathan Villar keeps the shortstop position warm, Arcia will be hanging out in Triple-A just waiting for his call to come. Considering the Brewers are rebuilding, there’s certainly no rush to bring him up, but they also have nothing to lose once the Super-2 deadline passes. There’s a little bit of pop in his bat, but the speed numbers are what you’ll be gushing over once he’s established himself. He’s a late-round stash in leagues with deep benches right now, but his time is most definitely coming.

2016 Mock Draft Army ADP

      Current 2 weeks  
Player Pos Team ADP Ago Trend
Mike Trout OF LAA 1.8 1.8 0.4%
Paul Goldschmidt 1B ARI 2.2 1.9 -12.2%
Bryce Harper OF WAS 2.9 2.8 -3.1%
Clayton Kershaw SP LAD 6.6 7.8 18.2%
Giancarlo Stanton OF MIA 7.0 6.9 -0.4%
Josh Donaldson 3B TOR 7.2 6.9 -4.4%
Anthony Rizzo 1B CHC 7.2 7.2 -0.1%
Andrew McCutchen OF PIT 7.9 8.1 2.2%
Manny Machado 3B BAL 9.0 9.8 10.0%
Miguel Cabrera 1B DET 9.2 9.1 -1.7%
Carlos Correa SS HOU 10.3 9.2 -10.3%
Nolan Arenado 3B COL 11.8 12.7 7.9%
A.J. Pollock OF ARI 12.6 12.6 0.3%
Jose Altuve 2B HOU 12.7 11.7 -8.0%
Kris Bryant 3B CHC 15.4 15.5 1.0%
Mookie Betts OF BOS 17.9 18.5 3.8%
Jose Bautista OF TOR 19.7 20.3 3.0%
Dee Gordon 2B MIA 20.6 20.7 0.4%
Jose Abreu 1B CHW 20.9 19.4 -7.3%
Max Scherzer SP WAS 22.3 23.0 3.2%
Starling Marte OF PIT 22.7 22.0 -3.1%
J.D. Martinez OF DET 23.6 21.8 -7.6%
Charlie Blackmon OF COL 23.9 23.6 -1.0%
Edwin Encarnacion 1B TOR 24.2 23.7 -2.3%
George Springer OF HOU 24.4 26.5 8.6%
Chris Davis 1B BAL 25.4 26.5 4.6%
Joey Votto 1B CIN 28.1 27.0 -4.1%
Todd Frazier 3B CHW 31.2 29.4 -5.8%
Buster Posey C SF 31.5 30.9 -1.8%
Chris Sale SP CHW 32.0 34.3 7.2%
Madison Bumgarner SP SF 32.0 36.2 13.1%
Nelson Cruz OF SEA 34.3 33.9 -1.2%
Adam Jones OF BAL 34.6 31.3 -9.4%
Jake Arrieta SP CHC 35.2 35.4 0.6%
Troy Tulowitzki SS TOR 35.4 33.2 -6.4%
David Price SP BOS 37.7 41.0 8.8%
Justin Upton OF SD 38.2 40.8 6.6%
Lorenzo Cain OF KC 40.6 40.8 0.5%
Corey Seager SS LAD 42.9 40.9 -4.6%
Zack Greinke SP ARI 44.1 46.0 4.2%
Robinson Cano 2B SEA 44.4 41.5 -6.6%
Corey Kluber SP CLE 45.4 47.3 4.2%
Carlos Gonzalez OF COL 45.5 45.9 1.0%
Jacob deGrom SP NYM 46.6 49.0 5.1%
Jose Fernandez SP MIA 46.7 49.4 5.7%
Ryan Braun OF MIL 46.9 38.3 -18.2%
Carlos Gomez OF HOU 47.4 45.9 -3.1%
Kyle Schwarber C CHC 48.7 42.7 -12.4%
Gerrit Cole SP PIT 51.1 52.4 2.5%
Matt Harvey SP NYM 52.0 56.9 9.6%
Jason Heyward OF CHC 53.7 50.4 -6.1%
Brian Dozier 2B MIN 54.2 54.6 0.7%
Kyle Seager 3B SEA 54.7 53.3 -2.6%
Xander Bogaerts SS BOS 54.7 54.6 -0.2%
Yoenis Cespedes OF NYM 57.1 42.6 -25.4%
Stephen Strasburg SP WAS 57.7 59.2 2.5%
Dallas Keuchel SP HOU 58.8 62.8 6.9%
Carlos Carrasco SP CLE 60.1 61.1 1.6%
Felix Hernandez SP SEA 60.8 60.9 0.2%
Chris Archer SP TB 61.3 63.5 3.6%
Prince Fielder 1B TEX 62.2 67.2 8.0%
Matt Carpenter 3B STL 64.1 61.7 -3.8%
Noah Syndergaard SP NYM 65.0 65.9 1.5%
Yasiel Puig OF LAD 67.4 68.2 1.1%
Adrian Gonzalez 1B LAD 69.4 64.8 -6.6%
Freddie Freeman 1B ATL 71.7 71.2 -0.7%
Sonny Gray SP OAK 72.7 75.2 3.4%
Kenley Jansen RP LAD 72.7 79.8 9.8%
Craig Kimbrel RP BOS 73.3 76.7 4.6%
Francisco Lindor SS CLE 74.0 73.8 -0.3%
Maikel Franco 3B PHI 76.3 75.3 -1.3%
Matt Kemp OF SD 76.7 75.5 -1.5%
Johnny Cueto SP SF 76.8 80.2 4.5%
Cole Hamels SP TEX 76.8 81.2 5.7%
Wade Davis RP KC 78.0 83.1 6.4%
Anthony Rendon 2B WAS 78.1 75.2 -3.7%
Ian Kinsler 2B DET 78.4 61.2 -21.9%
Aroldis Chapman RP NYY 78.8 79.2 0.6%
Adrian Beltre 3B TEX 80.1 81.5 1.7%
Miguel Sano DH MIN 80.3 77.2 -3.9%
Jon Lester SP CHC 80.5 82.4 2.4%
Danny Salazar SP CLE 81.5 80.0 -1.9%
Adam Wainwright SP STL 83.7 84.7 1.2%
Hunter Pence OF SF 84.8 82.5 -2.7%
Eric Hosmer 1B KC 86.3 85.9 -0.5%
Jonathan Lucroy C MIL 91.2 91.3 0.1%
Hanley Ramirez OF BOS 91.4 72.2 -21.0%
Jason Kipnis 2B CLE 91.7 88.5 -3.5%
Adam Eaton OF CHW 94.7 90.8 -4.2%
Rougned Odor 2B TEX 96.0 94.5 -1.6%
Evan Longoria 3B TB 96.1 95.3 -0.9%
Jacoby Ellsbury OF NYY 96.3 92.1 -4.4%
Corey Dickerson OF TB 96.8 95.3 -1.6%
Gregory Polanco OF PIT 96.8 98.7 1.9%
Tyson Ross SP SD 98.3 98.3 0.0%
Marcus Stroman SP TOR 100.4 105.8 5.3%
Michael Wacha SP STL 101.5 102.5 0.9%
Carlos Martinez SP STL 102.0 103.4 1.3%
David Peralta OF ARI 103.4 99.4 -3.9%
Albert Pujols 1B LAA 104.8 100.9 -3.7%
Zach Britton RP BAL 106.2 110.0 3.6%
Jeurys Familia RP NYM 106.6 107.6 0.9%
David Ortiz DH BOS 109.2 102.6 -6.0%
Garrett Richards SP LAA 109.9 115.7 5.3%
Jordan Zimmermann SP DET 110.0 112.2 2.0%
Randal Grichuk OF STL 110.1 106.8 -3.0%
Mark Melancon RP PIT 111.6 119.5 7.0%
Billy Hamilton OF CIN 114.2 112.2 -1.7%
Kole Calhoun OF LAA 115.2 113.2 -1.8%
Mike Moustakas 3B KC 115.6 105.4 -8.9%
Trevor Rosenthal RP STL 115.6 118.6 2.6%
Ben Revere OF WAS 115.8 121.6 5.0%
Brandon Crawford SS SF 116.3 111.3 -4.3%
David Robertson RP CHW 117.6 121.2 3.0%
Francisco Liriano SP PIT 118.4 121.2 2.4%
Ian Desmond SS TEX 119.5 99.5 -16.8%
Ken Giles RP HOU 120.3 122.6 1.9%
Christian Yelich OF MIA 122.8 128.9 5.0%
Brian McCann C NYY 124.2 122.8 -1.1%
Michael Brantley OF CLE 124.3 130.2 4.7%
Curtis Granderson OF NYM 125.7 123.9 -1.4%
Jose Reyes SS COL 126.1 123.2 -2.3%
Kolten Wong 2B STL 126.7 118.3 -6.6%
Brandon Belt 1B SF 128.1 125.9 -1.7%
Masahiro Tanaka SP NYY 128.5 122.2 -5.0%
Brett Gardner OF NYY 128.8 124.8 -3.1%
Shin-Soo Choo OF TEX 129.3 123.2 -4.8%
Jose Quintana SP CHW 132.1 127.5 -3.4%
Lance McCullers SP HOU 133.1 129.5 -2.7%
Matt Duffy 3B SF 134.4 123.5 -8.2%
Travis d'Arnaud C NYM 134.8 133.8 -0.7%
Salvador Perez C KC 135.2 131.5 -2.7%
Cody Allen RP CLE 140.4 142.7 1.6%
Russell Martin C TOR 140.5 141.4 0.6%
Starlin Castro SS NYY 142.0 147.2 3.7%
James Shields SP SD 143.0 149.7 4.6%
Steven Matz SP NYM 144.3 145.5 0.8%
Joc Pederson OF LAD 145.5 145.0 -0.4%
Collin McHugh SP HOU 145.8 142.2 -2.4%
Shelby Miller SP ARI 145.8 144.3 -1.0%
Elvis Andrus SS TEX 146.6 147.3 0.5%
Luis Severino SP NYY 147.1 148.1 0.7%
Yu Darvish SP TEX 147.2 133.5 -9.4%
Addison Russell 2B CHC 149.2 170.4 14.2%
Hector Rondon RP CHC 149.7 153.6 2.6%
Raisel Iglesias SP CIN 150.0 148.6 -1.0%
Mark Trumbo 1B BAL 151.7 153.9 1.5%
Jake Odorizzi SP TB 152.0 153.4 0.9%
Taijuan Walker SP SEA 154.2 152.4 -1.2%
Ben Zobrist 2B CHC 154.8 144.2 -6.9%
Michael Conforto OF NYM 155.2 155.8 0.4%
Jonathan Papelbon RP WAS 156.0 172.9 10.9%
Francisco Rodriguez RP DET 156.7 167.5 6.9%
Huston Street RP LAA 156.7 158.7 1.3%
DJ LeMahieu 2B COL 157.2 160.7 2.2%
Matt Wieters C BAL 157.3 159.3 1.3%
Drew Smyly SP TB 157.9 158.5 0.4%
Jeff Samardzija SP SF 160.0 160.9 0.6%
Jung-Ho Kang 3B PIT 160.0 168.8 5.5%
Lucas Duda 1B NYM 160.2 165.1 3.1%
Stephen Vogt C OAK 161.1 160.2 -0.6%
Jhonny Peralta SS STL 162.2 160.5 -1.1%
Devin Mesoraco C CIN 162.5 160.2 -1.4%
Jay Bruce OF CIN 165.3 163.8 -0.9%
Michael Pineda SP NYY 167.2 161.8 -3.2%
A.J. Ramos RP MIA 167.4 179.0 6.9%
Glen Perkins RP MIN 169.0 169.7 0.4%
Billy Burns OF OAK 170.9 165.5 -3.2%
Khris Davis OF MIL 176.2 166.9 -5.3%
Gerardo Parra OF COL 177.2 186.5 5.2%
John Lackey SP CHC 178.0 184.8 3.9%
Dustin Pedroia 2B BOS 178.5 173.1 -3.0%
Yasmani Grandal C LAD 179.0 180.8 1.0%
Justin Verlander SP DET 180.6 184.3 2.0%
Scott Kazmir SP TEX 181.5 181.1 -0.2%
Jean Segura SS ARI 182.1 179.8 -1.3%
Carlos Santana 1B CLE 182.1 182.2 0.0%
Carlos Rodon SP CHW 182.4 172.5 -5.4%
David Wright 3B NYM 184.7 164.4 -11.0%
Matt Holliday OF STL 186.0 181.2 -2.6%
Kevin Pillar OF TOR 186.3 171.2 -8.1%
Yordano Ventura SP KC 187.1 184.2 -1.6%
Jorge Soler OF CHC 187.3 176.6 -5.7%
Julio Teheran SP ATL 187.7 187.1 -0.3%
Mike Fiers SP MIL 187.8 180.3 -4.0%
Ketel Marte SS SEA 188.3 209.9 11.5%
Ender Inciarte OF ATL 190.1 185.0 -2.7%
Mark Teixeira 1B NYY 190.1 198.8 4.6%
Shawn Tolleson RP TEX 190.7 197.5 3.6%
Brett Lawrie 3B CHW 191.3 191.8 0.3%
Josh Harrison 3B PIT 192.4 209.8 9.1%
Dexter Fowler OF FA 193.8 211.9 9.4%
Daniel Murphy 2B WAS 196.8 173.8 -11.6%
Byung-ho Park 1B MIN 197.4 223.8 13.4%
Alcides Escobar SS KC 197.8 188.2 -4.9%
J.T. Realmuto C MIA 199.7 196.8 -1.5%
Yan Gomes C CLE 200.5 195.8 -2.3%
Wei-Yin Chen SP MIA 201.1 209.5 4.2%
Brad Boxberger RP TB 201.5 209.2 3.8%
Byron Buxton OF MIN 203.2 226.0 11.2%
Gio Gonzalez SP WAS 203.5 200.6 -1.4%
Josh Reddick OF OAK 203.9 214.6 5.3%
Trevor Plouffe 3B MIN 204.0 210.2 3.0%
Hisashi Iwakuma SP SEA 205.2 204.4 -0.4%
Patrick Corbin SP ARI 206.6 202.5 -2.0%
Drew Storen RP TOR 207.0 187.3 -9.5%
Kenta Maeda SP LAD 209.7 222.5 6.1%
Sean Doolittle RP OAK 210.5 217.2 3.2%
Neil Walker 2B NYM 211.0 204.7 -3.0%
Roberto Osuna RP TOR 213.5 225.6 5.7%
Alex Gordon OF KC 213.8 193.4 -9.5%
Dellin Betances RP NYY 216.8 225.4 4.0%
Santiago Casilla RP SF 217.7 215.8 -0.9%
Domingo Santana OF MIL 218.4 226.3 3.6%
Welington Castillo C ARI 219.1 217.2 -0.9%
Francisco Cervelli C PIT 221.1 226.8 2.6%
Evan Gattis DH HOU 221.7 204.9 -7.6%
Jaime Garcia SP STL 221.8 228.0 2.8%
Jason Hammel SP CHC 222.5 230.1 3.4%
Andrew Miller RP NYY 222.6 229.5 3.1%
Derek Norris SP DET 222.7 222.2 -0.2%
Blake Swihart C BOS 223.2 219.2 -1.8%
Marcus Semien SS OAK 225.3 234.4 4.0%
Jonathan Schoop 2B BAL 228.7 226.6 -0.9%
Mitch Moreland 1B TEX 228.9 227.8 -0.5%
Ian Kennedy SP KC 230.2 239.3 4.0%
Aaron Nola SP PHI 230.9 234.1 1.4%
Logan Forsythe 2B TB 231.9 226.2 -2.5%
Jake McGee RP COL 233.4 254.8 9.1%
Nick Castellanos 3B DET 234.4 229.9 -1.9%
Stephen Piscotty OF STL 236.6 259.3 9.6%
Nick Hundley C COL 237.0 241.7 2.0%
Kyle Hendricks SP CHC 237.8 236.4 -0.6%
Marco Estrada SP TOR 240.4 250.5 4.2%
Kevin Gausman SP BAL 244.3 235.7 -3.5%
Wilson Ramos C WAS 244.9 242.0 -1.2%
Andrew Cashner SP SD 246.0 251.2 2.1%
Denard Span OF SF 246.3 249.2 1.2%
Wil Myers OF SD 246.4 237.0 -3.8%
Alex Wood SP LAD 247.0 240.1 -2.8%
Yadier Molina C STL 248.1 249.5 0.6%
Kevin Kiermaier OF TB 250.0 215.6 -13.8%
Arodys Vizcaino RP ATL 252.4 246.7 -2.3%
Javier Baez 2B CHC 252.7 235.8 -6.7%
Mike Leake SP STL 253.0 247.9 -2.0%
Jimmy Nelson SP MIL 253.2 253.7 0.2%
Joe Panik 2B SF 254.0 259.5 2.1%
Brad Ziegler RP ARI 254.8 278.3 9.2%
Miguel Montero C CHC 256.1 257.2 0.4%
Howie Kendrick 2B LAD 256.4 258.7 0.9%
Marcell Ozuna OF MIA 258.4 256.6 -0.7%
Danny Valencia 3B OAK 261.6 263.1 0.6%
Ryan Zimmerman 1B WAS 265.7 270.6 1.9%
James McCann C DET 266.3 269.0 1.0%
Yangervis Solarte 3B SD 269.0 262.5 -2.4%
Melky Cabrera OF CHW 270.1 263.0 -2.6%
Rusney Castillo OF BOS 271.0 262.8 -3.0%
Brandon Finnegan SP CIN 273.6 255.2 -6.7%
Anthony DeSclafani SP CIN 274.0 270.8 -1.2%
Brandon Phillips 2B CIN 275.2 277.7 0.9%
Pablo Sandoval 3B BOS 275.9 248.9 -9.8%
Edinson Volquez SP KC 276.9 272.7 -1.5%
Steve Souza OF TB 279.1 258.8 -7.3%
Asdrubal Cabrera SS CLE 285.4 296.5 3.9%
A.J. Pierzynski C ATL 286.4 291.4 1.7%
Kendrys Morales DH KC 287.1 283.0 -1.4%
Alex Rodriguez DH NYY 290.0 283.8 -2.1%
Clay Buchholz SP BOS 290.4 275.1 -5.3%
Adam Lind 1B SEA 291.0 285.0 -2.1%
Jarrod Dyson OF KC 293.2 280.7 -4.3%
Odubel Herrera OF PHI 294.0 288.5 -1.8%
Brad Miller SS TB 294.1 302.5 2.8%
Andrew Heaney SP LAA 296.0 279.4 -5.6%
Trea Turner SS WAS 296.2 295.8 -0.1%
Carter Capps RP SEA 296.5 310.0 4.5%
Steve Cishek RP SEA 297.0 306.2 3.1%
Yasmany Tomas OF ARI 297.4 290.1 -2.5%
Tyler Glasnow SP PIT 297.8 300.5 0.9%
Anibal Sanchez SP DET 298.3 291.2 -2.4%
Carlos Beltran OF NYY 300.5 300.8 0.1%
Victor Martinez DH DET 300.6 296.0 -1.5%
Justin Bour 1B MIA 301.5 283.9 -5.8%
Avisail Garcia OF CHW 304.7 290.5 -4.7%
Will Smith RP MIL 305.1 322.7 5.8%
Trevor Bauer SP CLE 306.7 287.5 -6.3%
Jose Berrios SP MIN 309.8 300.8 -2.9%
Delino DeShields Jr. OF TEX 309.8 302.9 -2.2%
Robinson Chirinos C TEX 309.9 327.2 5.6%
J.J. Hoover RP CIN 311.1 332.0 6.7%
Eugenio Suarez SS CIN 311.4 308.8 -0.9%
Nori Aoki OF SEA 311.7 311.5 -0.1%
Joey Gallo 3B TEX 313.3 321.2 2.5%
James Paxton SP SEA 314.0 315.0 0.3%
Jason Castro C HOU 315.2 303.3 -3.8%
Hyun-soo Kim OF BAL 315.5 310.7 -1.5%
Joaquin Benoit RP SEA 316.9 316.6 -0.1%
Colby Rasmus OF HOU 317.7 308.7 -2.8%
Erick Aybar SS ATL 318.3 300.1 -5.7%
J.A. Happ SP TOR 318.3 312.6 -1.8%
Luke Gregerson RP HOU 320.5 311.3 -2.9%
Cliff Lee SP FA 321.4 310.7 -3.3%
Fernando Rodney RP SD 321.5 323.7 0.7%
Martin Prado 3B MIA 322.7 331.2 2.6%
Kyle Gibson SP MIN 323.5 306.2 -5.3%
J.R. Murphy C MIN 324.3 320.7 -1.1%
Hyun-Jin Ryu SP LAD 325.0 314.6 -3.2%
Joe Ross SP WAS 325.1 313.1 -3.7%
Alexei Ramirez SS SD 326.1 328.5 0.7%
Jonathan Villar SS MIL 327.0 332.9 1.8%
Cesar Hernandez 2B PHI 327.5 313.9 -4.2%
Hunter Strickland RP SF 327.6 342.3 4.5%
Chase Headley 3B NYY 328.8 322.9 -1.8%
Drew Hutchison SP TOR 329.6 331.9 0.7%
Koji Uehara RP BOS 329.7 327.3 -0.7%
Luis Valbuena 3B HOU 330.8 321.5 -2.8%
Dioner Navarro C CHW 330.9 319.2 -3.6%
Leonys Martin OF SEA 331.7 315.9 -4.8%
Ervin Santana SP MIN 333.2 324.8 -2.5%
Nick Markakis OF BAL 333.5 326.8 -2.0%
Chris Carter 1B MIL 333.7 331.5 -0.7%
Pedro Alvarez 1B FA 333.8 325.8 -2.4%
Jesse Hahn SP OAK 333.8 341.2 2.2%
Rajai Davis OF CLE 334.4 330.2 -1.3%
Yovani Gallardo SP FA 334.5 339.2 1.4%
Wilmer Flores SS NYM 334.7 320.8 -4.2%
Aaron Altherr OF PHI 334.8 349.8 4.5%
Rick Porcello SP BOS 334.9 327.0 -2.3%
Jon Niese SP PIT 336.0 336.9 0.3%
Aaron Hicks OF NYY 336.7 324.0 -3.8%
Aaron Sanchez RP TOR 336.7 324.0 -3.8%
Joe Mauer 1B MIN 336.8 329.5 -2.2%
Justin Turner 3B LAD 337.3 331.2 -1.8%
Jayson Werth OF WAS 337.5 333.2 -1.3%
C.J. Cron 1B LAA 337.7 334.5 -0.9%
Tyler Clippard RP ARI 338.3 337.7 -0.2%
Nate Karns SP SEA 338.6 328.7 -2.9%
Jason Grilli RP ATL 339.3 349.4 3.0%
Nathan Eovaldi SP NYY 339.6 332.5 -2.1%
Phil Hughes SP MIN 339.9 329.2 -3.2%
Eduardo Rodriguez SP BOS 340.6 330.2 -3.0%
David Hernandez RP PHI 340.6 334.5 -1.8%
Jake Lamb 3B ARI 340.6 330.3 -3.0%
Daniel Norris SP DET 341.1 N/A  
Derek Holland SP TEX 341.2 331.3 -2.9%
Chris Heston SP SF 341.5 336.8 -1.4%
Blake Snell SP TB 342.7 341.2 -0.4%
Alex Guerrero OF LAD 342.8 333.8 -2.6%
Ben Paulsen 1B COL 343.0 342.8 -0.1%
Joakim Soria RP KC 343.1 341.7 -0.4%
Devon Travis 2B TOR 343.2 334.5 -2.5%
Jedd Gyorko 2B STL 343.3 334.6 -2.5%
Dalton Pompey OF TOR 343.9 335.5 -2.4%
Brock Holt 2B BOS 343.9 340.2 -1.1%
Cameron Maybin OF SD 344.0 335.8 -2.4%
Tony Watson RP PIT 344.2 336.2 -2.3%
Jerad Eickhoff SP LAA 344.8 348.6 1.1%
R.A. Dickey SP TOR 344.9 337.2 -2.2%
Jose Iglesias SS DET 345.0 342.1 -0.8%
Marlon Byrd OF FA 345.1 337.6 -2.2%
Tyler Flowers C ATL 345.2 337.8 -2.2%
Jeremy Jeffress RP MIL 345.2 344.2 -0.3%
Zach Duke RP CHW 345.6 338.3 -2.1%
Brandon Moss OF STL 345.6 347.5 0.5%
Alex Rios OF FA 345.8 338.6 -2.1%
Eddie Rosario SS MIN 345.9 338.8 -2.0%
Rich Hill SP OAK 345.9 338.8 -2.0%
David Freese 3B FA 346.1 339.2 -2.0%
Erasmo Ramirez SP TB 346.4 339.7 -1.9%
Homer Bailey SP CIN 346.6 339.9 -1.9%
Wade Miley SP SEA 346.6 357.3 3.1%
Jake Peavy SP SF 346.7 346.5 -0.1%
Hank Conger C TB 346.9 344.8 -0.6%
Adam Ottavino RP COL 346.9 340.5 -1.9%
Alex Avila C CHW 347.1 344.5 -0.7%
Greg Holland RP KC 347.1 340.8 -1.8%
Alex Cobb SP TB 347.3 341.2 -1.8%
Tony Cingrani RP CIN 347.7 341.8 -1.7%
Tony Zych SP SEA 347.8 345.8 -0.6%
Adonis Garcia 3B ATL 347.8 341.9 -1.7%
Matt Shoemaker SP LAA 347.8 341.9 -1.7%
Brayan Pena C STL 348.2 342.6 -1.6%
Tyler Duffey SP MIN 348.4 342.9 -1.6%
Bartolo Colon SP NYM 348.5 343.0 -1.6%
Hector Olivera OF ATL 348.5 N/A  
Oswaldo Arcia OF MIN 348.6 350.1 0.4%
Darren O'Day RP BAL 348.9 N/A  
Michael Taylor OF WAS 349.0 343.9 -1.5%
Doug Fister SP HOU 349.1 344.0 -1.5%
Vincent Velasquez SP PHI 349.1 344.0 -1.5%
Robert Stephenson SP CIN 349.1 344.1 -1.5%
Yunel Escobar SS LAA 349.3 344.3 -1.4%
Gregory Bird 1B NYY 349.5 344.7 -1.4%
Mike Zunino C SEA 349.6 344.8 -1.4%
Jumbo Diaz SP CIN 349.6 344.8 -1.4%
Mike Napoli 1B CLE 350.0 345.5 -1.3%
Zack Godley SP ARI 350.1 345.6 -1.3%
Caleb Joseph C BAL 350.2 352.2 0.6%
Chris Bassitt SP OAK 350.3 345.9 -1.2%
Andrelton Simmons SS LAA 350.3 346.0 -1.2%
Max Kepler OF MIN 350.5 346.3 -1.2%
Desmond Jennings OF TB 350.9 346.9 -1.1%
Jose Peraza 2B CIN 350.9 353.2 0.7%
Mark Reynolds 1B COL 351.0 347.1 -1.1%
Mat Latos SP CHW 351.0 N/A  
Danny Duffy SP KC 351.4 347.8 -1.0%
Rubby De La Rosa SP ARI 351.7 348.2 -1.0%
Cameron Rupp C PHI 351.7 348.2 -1.0%
Matt Moore SP TB 351.7 348.2 -1.0%
Carson Smith RP BOS 351.7 N/A  
Rene Rivera C TB 351.8 348.3 -1.0%
Lonnie Chisenhall 3B CLE 351.8 N/A  
Brandon Drury 3B ARI 351.8 348.4 -1.0%
CC Sabathia SP NYY 351.9 348.5 -1.0%
Gary Sanchez C NYY 352.4 N/A  
Andre Ethier OF LAD 352.4 N/A  
Austin Jackson OF FA 352.7 349.8 -0.8%
Josh Tomlin SP CLE 352.8 349.9 -0.8%
Cory Spangenberg 2B SD 352.8 N/A  
Steve Pearce 1B TB 353.0 N/A  
Kris Medlen SP KC 353.3 350.8 -0.7%
Curt Casali C TB 353.4 N/A  
Didi Gregorius SS NYY 353.6 351.3 -0.7%
Zack Cozart SS CIN 353.7 N/A  
Chris Owings SS ARI 353.8 351.5 -0.6%
Nate Jones RP CHW 353.9 N/A  
Wily Peralta SP MIL 353.9 351.8 -0.6%
Brett Anderson SP LAD 354.0 351.8 -0.6%
Jered Weaver SP LAA 354.1 352.1 -0.6%
Jarrod Saltalamacchia C DET 354.1 352.2 -0.6%
Andrew Knapp C PHI 355.2 N/A  
Zack Wheeler SP NYM 356.1 N/A  
Jon Gray SP COL 356.9 356.5 -0.1%
Socrates Brito OF ARI 357.0 356.8 -0.1%
A.J. Burnett SP FA 357.0 356.8 -0.1%
Jackie Bradley Jr. OF BOS 357.2 357.1 0.0%
Chris Colabello 1B TOR 357.2 357.2 0.0%
Kevin Plawecki C NYM 357.5 357.5 0.0%
Adam Warren SP CHC 357.6 357.7 0.0%
Keone Kela RP TEX 358.4 N/A  
A.J. Reed 1B HOU 359.8 N/A  
Orlando Arcia SS MIL 360.5 N/A  
Anthony Gose OF DET 362.0 N/A  

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