The 2024 Fantasy Baseball season is fast approaching. There’s been of ton of moves this offseason so far, from Juan Soto heading to New York, Shohei Ohtani switching jerseys in L.A., and a new influx of Japanese talent.

Our 2024 Dynasty Baseball Rankings has taken these franchise-altering moves into account, and more - and not just for the 2024 Fantasy Baseball season, but beyond. After all, many of these players will be your literal keepers.




How do these fantasy baseball dynasty rankings differ from redraft rankings? Can you interchange the two for your fantasy baseball drafts? We’ll answer these questions and share more about our overall dynasty rankings process below.

If you don't care about our methodology and just want to see The Top 400 Dynasty Fantasy Baseball Player Rankings for 2024, then skip to the bottom. You also can download our fantasy baseball dynasty rankings as a CSV, or print them for easy reference on Draft Day.

Fantasy Baseball Dynasty Rankings: 2024 Strategy & Process

The Top 400 Dynasty Fantasy Baseball Players was calculated through a wide combination of metrics. As is important for all fantasy baseball rankings, you need to look at the larger picture for each player. Obviously, the big picture is paramount for dynasty leagues, which is why you'll see differences between early 2024 redraft rankings.

You need to not only take into account recent performances from the 2023 and even 2022 MLB seasons,  but also player pedigree - especially for the prospects who could be longer-term dynasty keepers. With this in mind, our dynasty baseball rankings take into account the next four years of projected value from a player. Because of this, player age often is the definitive tie breaker between players.


As is the case in any fantasy baseball dynasty leagues, capturing a player's prime is an important factor in winning your league. You need to get value and production not just for one year, but for multiple years - the same as MLB GMs who are trying to keep their franchises competitive year in and year out.

With that being the case, players who are not only stars but also young are the ones you’ll find at the top or near the top of the rankings. Along those lines, the younger the player is, the less that injuries and suspensions weigh in these dynasty rankings. Missing a year or part of a year over a multi-year period matters less in the grand scheme of things in fantasy baseball dynasty leagues.

On the flip side of that, older players dealing with serious injuries will be docked more in these rankings. Not only do they miss the time with the injury, but they also lose time to the undefeated enemy that is nature and time.

Another thing to keep in mind is that these dynasty rankings are based on fantasy baseball values and aren't necessarily based purely on real-world statistics.


Putting up stud-level stats certainly will move a player higher in the rankings. However, variables like position scarcity also are factored into that player's final dynasty ranking.

Let’s say two players have similar skills and abilities to put up similar stat lines. Which do you decide to keep? If one is at a far more scarce position where there are fewer quality fantasy players - catcher is an example - then the player in the scarcer position will end up higher in the rankings.

So while some players might not be the sexiest players in real-life, if they still have value in fantasy, then they need to be considered for your dynasty leagues.

There's much more to our methodology for developing these fantasy baseball dynasty rankings, so if you want to learn more or just talk shop in general, give us a shout in our Discord.

Without further ado, here are our Dynasty Baseball Rankings for your 2024 dynasty league fantasy drafts.

Ranking Note: These rankings will be updated throughout the offseason based on free agent signings, injuries, trades, and projected MLB lineups and MLB pitching rotations.