Using fantasy baseball ratings alone won’t win you a league, but it’s a great starting point. They can be used to give you a good idea of a player’s value. Of course, each league uses a different setup, so the rankings cannot be 100% trusted, and even then they are not a substitute for further investigation. Some websites charge for these rankings, but some of the best ones that offer them for free are listed below.
They’re not in a set order, but they’re all great free websites to add to your fantasy baseball research. You may have heard of some of these websites before, but some are lesser known and definitely worth checking out.
The Big 3 – These 3 websites are by far the biggest and offer good quality rankings. These 3 sites are best used when you are running a league with default settings on that website. Their ranking lists are optimized for their own leagues.
The Others: The rest of the list are from lesser known websites. They are best used as a complement to “Big 3” sites. They can provide you with a different perspective. Just because a site is less well known doesn’t mean the information can’t be trusted. Use the information the same way you would from one of the “Big 3” sites.
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