In 2009, Minnesota Twins catcher Joe Mauer dominated daily fantasy baseball league rankings
behind the plate in an MVP season. This season, three backstops have been more productive in
fantasy numbers than Mauer. Olivo is hitting for a high average while producing solid power numbers
in 2010. The 32- year-old is hitting .311 with 12 homers and 43 runs batted in through July 22nd.
First baseman-Miguel Cabrera (Detroit Tigers)
Cabrera holds a slight edge over St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols at this point in the
season. He ranks about third in overall daily fantasy baseball league standings among all batters.
Cabrera is in the running to win baseball's Triple Crown in more than 40 years. He ranks in first or
second in the American
League in average, home runs and runs batted in.
Second baseman-Robinson Cano (New York Yankees)
Cano is putting up exceptional numbers for a middle infielder. In addition to a .333 batting average, he
has scored and driven in more than 60 runs. Cano is the only middle infielder to rank in the top 10
among all fantasy hitters.
Shortstop-Hanley Ramirez (Florida Marlins)
While Ramirez is the top fantasy shortstop for the second straight year, his numbers have regressed a
little from 2009. He has scored and driven in more than 50 runs this year. Ramirez has a nice
combination of power and speed based on his totals of 13 home runs and 20 stolen bases.
Third baseman-Evan Longoria (Tampa Bay Rays) Longoria is just ahead of New York Mets third
baseman David Wright in the daily fantasy baseball league rankings at the hot corner. He is hitting
over .300 with more than 60 runs batted in and scored for his club in 2010.
Outfielder-Carl Crawford (Tampa Bay Rays)
Crawford is the top overall hitter in daily fantasy baseball league rankings this season. He leads the
American League with 71 runs scored while ranking second in stolen bases with 33. While he has hit
more than 15 homers just once in his career, Crawford has already slugged 11 long balls in 2010. He
will likely end up with a batting average above .300 for the fifth time in the last six years.
Pitcher-Adam Wainwright (St. Louis Cardinals) After ranking about eighth in daily fantasy baseball
league pitcher ratings in 2009, Wainwright is the top hurler in 2010. He ranks in the top 4 in the
National League in wins, earned run average and strikeouts this season.
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