This article was originally written by Seth Walder over at Fake Teams
And we move to the hot corner.
A word of warning to the readers: some of us are on different schedules due to the long weekend, etc. So I believe there may be some unsolved confusion over position eligibility for some players. As most of us think about the players that qualify in our own platform, there is a decent amount of difference between ESPN, Yahoo and CBS.
So, for players such as Jorge Cantu and Troy Glaus, those that didn’t rank them may have not realized they qualified. It just makes it a little more important to look at our individual rankings.
Obviously a lot of different names on the list. We had some interesting choices to make, like what to do with guys who had hot starts but have quickly cooled off like McGehee, Stewart and Headley? Or what to do about the now-injured David Freese or the recently uninjured Aramis Ramirez? And what will happen with Chipper Jones?
I believe all these questions are why the back end of each of our rankings is so different.
One note about my own rankings: You'll notice Chone Figgins is ranked higher here than he was in my second base rankings (compared to others in both rankings.) I looked closer and changed my mind on a him a little bit. He's still not a great option at third, but he's a better fantasy player than I was giving him credit for.