Equivalent Fantasy Average: May wrap-up

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With two months in the books, let's look at what EFA has to say about the season so far.

Seeing as it is now the start of June, now's a heck of a time to wrap up April and May in Equivalent Fantasy Average, yeah?

Equivalent Fantasy Average is the sorting metric I worked up in the offseason to quantify fantasy-only contributions made by hitters. It scales all statistics in terms of a single, batting-average-like number, which should help to separate meaningful data from meaningless.

Whatever, you've read that all before. (Or, if you haven't, here, here, and here) The numbers are the important part, so I'll get to them, along with some thoughts. Players needed at least 100 plate appearances to qualify.

One note: In the May wrap-up, I grabbed players by position based entirely on where they were listed on FanGraphs. It was quick and easy, but I realized not long after that it was incomplete. Joe Mauer hasn't caught any games yet this season, but he did last year, and he's certainly eligible there in fantasy leagues; leaving him out of catchers in EFA didn't really make sense. So for these numbers, players are listed at every position at which they are eligible in Yahoo! leagues. It shouldn't change much, but it should make things more complete.

Catcher

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Devin Mesoraco CIN .288
2 Yadier Molina SLC .277
3 Jonathan Lucroy MIL .272

Derek Norris OAK .272
5 Buster Posey SFG .271
6 Evan Gattis ATL .269
7 Yan Gomes CLE .268
8 A.J. Pierzynski BOS .266
9 John Jaso OAK .265
10 Brian McCann NYY .264
11 Miguel Montero ARI .263
12 Joe Mauer MIN .262

Matt Wieters BAL .262
14 Jason Castro HOU .260

Kurt Suzuki MIN .260
16 Chris Iannetta LAA .259
17 Mike Zunino SEA .258
18 Jarrod Saltalamacchia MIA .256
19 Tyler Flowers CWS .255

Dioner Navarro TOR .255
21 Carlos Ruiz PHI .254
22 Josmil Pinto MIN .253
23 Welington Castillo CHC .251
24 Salvador Perez KCR .250

Wilin Rosario COL .250
26 Brayan Pena CIN .249
27 Carlos Santana CLE .247
28 Yasmani Grandal SDP .239
29 Alex Avila DET .237
30 Ryan Hanigan TBR .235
31 Hector Sanchez SFG .232
32 Jose Lobaton WAS .225
33 Robinson Chirinos TEX .224
34 Travis d'Arnaud NYM .223

Biggest risers since April: John Jaso, Oakland. Jaso hit .343/.429/.612 in 77 plate appearances in May. He's gone from 29th at the position to ninth.

Biggest fallers since April: Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Miami. Salty sat at .299/.409/.571 at the end of April, which made me feel really smart. Then he fell off a cliff in May, putting up a .177/.258/.241 slash line before hitting the concussion DL.

Thoughts: The catcher position really, I don't know, gelled? There was a swing of 138 points of EFA from the top catcher to the bottom in April, a gap that narrows to 65 points after May. Mesoraco maintained his lead at the position, but saw his EFA fall 40 points, having spent a big chunk of May on the DL and putting up only a .240 batting average when he did play. ... Wieters' injury brought his numbers down as well, while Molina and Posey saw their EFAs fall just because of being pedestrian. ... There are some big-name catchers who are really struggling so far, like Perez, Rosario, and Santana.

First Base

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Edwin Encarnacion TOR .330
2 Paul Goldschmidt ARI .314
3 Miguel Cabrera DET .313
4 Brandon Moss OAK .306
5 Victor Martinez DET .305
6 Jose Abreu CWS .303
7 Albert Pujols LAA .298
8 Adrian Gonzalez LAD .296
9 Michael Morse SFG .295
10 Freddie Freeman ATL .291
11 Anthony Rizzo CHC .286
12 Justin Morneau COL .285

Daniel Murphy NYM .285
14 David Ortiz BOS .281
15 Ryan Howard PHI .277
16 Adam LaRoche WAS .275
17 Garrett Jones MIA .270
18 Allen Craig SLC .268

Juan Francisco TOR .268
20 Mark Reynolds MIL .264
21 Brandon Belt SFG .262

Chris Davis BAL .262

Adam Lind TOR .262
24 Jonathan Lucroy MIL .261
25 James Loney TBR .260

Buster Posey SFG .260

Justin Smoak SEA .260

Mark Teixeira NYY .260
29 Casey McGehee MIA .258
30 Lucas Duda NYM .257
31 Matt Adams SLC .254

Michael Cuddyer COL .254

Adam Dunn CWS .254
34 Conor Gillaspie CWS .252
35 Joe Mauer MIN .251
36 Eric Hosmer KCR .250
37 Mike Napoli BOS .249
38 Ike Davis NYM/PIT .248
39 Joey Votto CIN .245
40 Chris Colabello MIN .244
41 Yonder Alonso SDP .243
42 Chris Carter HOU .242
43 Billy Butler KCR .241

Mitch Moreland TEX .241
45 Gaby Sanchez PIT .240
46 Prince Fielder TEX .238

Mike Olt CHC .238

Brayan Pena CIN .238
49 Alberto Callaspo OAK .237
50 Carlos Santana CLE .236
51 Corey Hart SEA .233
52 Nick Swisher CLE .232
53 Chris Johnson ATL .231
54 Justin Turner LAD .228
55 Kelly Johnson NYY .227
56 Lyle Overbay MIL .219
57 Marc Krauss HOU .213
58 Jesus Guzman SDP .208

Biggest risers since April: There were some crazy-hot first basemen in April. Victor Martinez saw his EFA climb from .263 to .305. Miguel Cabrera went from .247 to .313. Brandon Moss was at .282, now at .306. But the prize-winner here is Edwin Encarnacion, who sat at a pedestrian .258 after April, but is now a world-beating .330.

Biggest fallers since April: Jose Abreu's EFA is .303 two months into the season, which is a perfectly nice number. But it was at .351 after April. He's looked spectacular since coming off the DL, and that DL stint is 99 percent of the reason for his fall, so no worries.

Thoughts: The still-decent EFAs of Abreu and Belt despite their injury absences are testaments to their early-season hotness. ... Guys like Francisco and Reynolds are playing well not long after being unemployed, which just shows that no one knows anything. ... Dude, Hosmer is making me so sad.

Second Base

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Dee Gordon LAD .319
2 Brian Dozier MIN .313
3 Jose Altuve HOU .303
4 Ian Kinsler DET .292
5 Howie Kendrick LAA .286

Daniel Murphy NYM .286
7 Neil Walker PIT .284
8 Anthony Rendon WAS .283
9 Chase Utley PHI .281
10 Robinson Cano SEA .280
11 Yangervis Solarte NYY .269
12 Emilio Bonifacio CHC .267

Matt Carpenter SLC .267
14 Brett Lawrie TOR .262
15 Dustin Pedroia BOS .261
16 Mike Aviles CLE .258
17 Derek Dietrich MIA .256

Martin Prado ARI .256
19 Aaron Hill ARI .255
20 Jed Lowrie OAK .252
21 Dustin Ackley SEA .251

Kolten Wong SLC .251
23 DJ LeMahieu COL .250

Brandon Phillips CIN .250
25 Ben Zobrist TAM .247
26 Gordon Beckham CWS .246

Josh Harrison PIT .246

Marcus Semien CWS .246
29 Brian Roberts NYY .245
30 Brandon Hicks SFG .243
31 Scooter Gennett MIL .241

Omar Infante KCR .241

Luis Valbuena CHC .241
34 Eduardo Escobar MIN .240
35 Alberto Callaspo OAK .238

Danny Espinosa WAS .238
37 Jonathan Schoop BAL .237
38 Jason Kipnis CLE .236
39 Jedd Gyorko SDP .234
40 Justin Turner LAD .230
41 Kelly Johnson NYY .228
42 Nick Punto OAK .223
43 Brad Miller SEA .219
44 Alexi Amarista SDP .216
45 Eric Sogard OAK .213
46 Ryan Flaherty BAL .212

Dan Uggla ATL .212
48 Darwin Barney CHC .210

Jordy Mercer PIT .210
50 Logan Forsythe TAM .206

Biggest risers since April: Kolten Wong got sent down in late April with a slash line of .225/.276/.268. He got called up in the middle of May and has hit .327/.407/.404 since. Small sample sizes FTW.

Biggest fallers since April: Marcus Semien wasn't exactly gangbusters in April, but he had three home runs, 15 RBI, 19 runs. In May, though, those numbers were 0, 3, and 3, he hit only .200/.294/.222, and he got sent down on Sunday.

Thoughts: Gordon's EFA would be .261 in 4x4 leagues without stolen bases, but his stolen-base number is .548. Category-dominators are nice. ... Things really settled down at second base in May, with big names like Altuve, Kinsler, Utley, and Cano getting at least near the highest tier. ... I've said it before and I'll say it again, Aviles is one of the most underrated players in the game.

Third Base

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Josh Donaldson OAK .333
2 Edwin Encarnacion TOR .332
3 Miguel Cabrera DET .312
4 Todd Frazier CIN .287
5 Anthony Rendon WAS .283
6 Nolan Arenado COL .279
7 David Wright NYM .275
8 Kyle Seager SEA .274
9 Pedro Alvarez PIT .272
10 Lonnie Chisenhall CLE .270

Juan Francisco TOR .270
12 Trevor Plouffe MIN .269

Pablo Sandoval SFG .269

Yangervis Solarte NYY .269
15 Evan Longoria TAM .268
16 Emilio Bonifacio CHC .267

Matt Carpenter SLC .267
18 Adrian Beltre TEX .266

Mark Reynolds MIL .266
20 Brett Lawrie TOR .262
21 Casey McGehee MIA .259
22 Mike Aviles CLE .258

Xander Bogaerts BOS .258
24 Matt Dominguez HOU .257
25 Martin Prado ARI .256
26 Conor Gillaspie CWS .253
27 Juan Uribe LAD .251
28 DJ LeMahieu COL .250
29 Josh Harrison PIT .246
30 Marcus Semien CWS .245
31 Aramis Ramirez MIL .243
32 Cody Asche PHI .241

Luis Valbuena CHC .241
34 Eduardo Escobar MIN .240

Mike Olt CHC .240
36 Alberto Callaspo OAK .238

Carlos Santana CLE .238
38 Nick Castellanos DET .236

Jonathan Schoop BAL .236
40 Jedd Gyorko SDP .234
41 Chris Johnson ATL .232
42 Chase Headley SDP .230
43 Justin Turner LAD .229
44 Kelly Johnson NYY .228
45 David Freese LAA .224
46 Nick Punto OAK .223
47 Alexi Amarista SDP .216

Manny Machado BAL .216

Andrew Romine DET .216
50 Mike Moustakas KCR .214
51 Ryan Flaherty BAL .211
52 Logan Forsythe TAM .204

Biggest risers since April: Both Pablo Sandoval and Adrian Beltre struggled mightily in April, but both woke up in May. Sandoval hit .315/.342/.543 with six home runs in the season's second month, while Beltre went .307/.363/.482 with five homers of his own.

Biggest fallers since April: We all love Anthony Rendon, but he really struggled in May, with a .204 batting average that brought his season number to .263, down from .316 at the end of April.

Thoughts: It's awfully nice having Encarnacion and Cabrera qualifying at third base. ... Nope, I don't understand Solarte, and neither do you. ... Bogaerts has been great for real baseball, but his fantasy numbers are pedestrian.

Shortstop

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Troy Tulowitzki COL .332
2 Dee Gordon LAD .317
3 Alexei Ramirez CWS .316
4 Hanley Ramirez LAD .288
5 Ian Desmond WAS .279
6 Alcides Escobar KCR .275

Jimmy Rollins PHI .275
8 Erick Aybar LAA .274
9 Elvis Andrus TEX .273
10 Jose Reyes TOR .271
11 Starlin Castro CHC .270
12 Jean Segura MIL .268

Yangervis Solarte NYY .268
14 Jhonny Peralta SLC .264
15 Everth Cabrera SDP .260
16 Jonathan Villar HOU .258
17 Xander Bogaerts BOS .257

Asdrubal Cabrera CLE .257
19 Mike Aviles CLE .256
20 Brandon Crawford SFG .254
21 Jed Lowrie OAK .250
22 Chris Owings ARI .245

Ben Zobrist TAM .245
24 Brandon Hicks SFG .242
25 Eduardo Escobar MIN .238

Adeiny Hechavarria MIA .238
27 Andrelton Simmons ATL .237
28 J.J. Hardy BAL; .235
29 Derek Jeter NYY .230
30 Justin Turner LAD .228
31 Yunel Escobar TAM .225
32 Nick Punto OAK .221
33 Ruben Tejada NYM .220
34 Zack Cozart CIN .218

Brad Miller SEA .218
36 Andrew Romine DET .215
37 Alexi Amarista SDP .214
38 Eric Sogard OAK .211
39 Ryan Flaherty BAL .210
40 Jordy Mercer PIT .209
41 Logan Forsythe TAM .202

Biggest rises since April: J.J. Hardy is still looking for his first home run of the season, which is really weird. But his batting average on the season rose 64 points in May, raising his EFA 28 points along with it.

Biggest fallers since April: Jed Lowrie is something of the anti-Hardy, as his batting average fell from .286 on April 29 to .245 on June 1. He hit two homers, but only got on base at a .275 clip.

Thoughts: Tulowitzki saw his EFA drop 17 points in April, but when you go at a .349 clip for a month, there's really only one direction to go. ... The only real interlopers in the top 12 at shortstop are Gordon and Escobar, with the others at least moderately expected to be there. ... It's possible the preseason hype about Simmons' bat was a little premature, yeah?

Outfield

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Nelson Cruz BAL .343
2 Giancarlo Stanton MIA .342
3 Jose Bautista TOR .323

Charlie Blackmon COL .323
5 Carlos Gomez MIL .322
6 Yasiel Puig LAD .320
7 Michael Brantley CLE .314
8 Mike Trout LAA .310
9 Justin Upton ATL .308
10 Brandon Moss OAK .304
11 Melky Cabrera TOR .300
12 Hunter Pence SFG .295
13 Michael Morse SFG .294
14 Alex Rios TEX .290
15 Rajai Davis DET .288
16 Ryan Braun MIL .287

Brett Gardner NYY .287
18 Angel Pagan SFG .285
19 Yoenis Cespedes OAK .283
20 Jacoby Ellsbury NYY .283
21 A.J. Pollock ARI .281
22 Adam Jones BAL .280
23 Christian Yelich MIA .277
24 Carlos Gonzalez COL .276
25 Torii Hunter DET .275

Andrew McCutchen PIT .275
27 Jayson Werth WAS .275
28 Marcell Ozuna MIA .274
29 George Springer HOU .273
30 Shin-Soo Choo TEX .272

Alex Gordon KCR .272

Khris Davis MIL .272
33 Marlon Byrd PHI .270

Billy Hamilton CIN .270

Starling Marte PIT .270
36 Garrett Jones MIA .269
37 Gerardo Parra ARI .268
38 Allen Craig SLC .267
39 Matt Holliday SLC .266

Desmond Jennings TAM .266

Leonys Martin TEX .266

Ben Revere PHI .266
43 Carl Crawford LAD .265

Coco Crisp OAK .265

David Murphy CLE .265

Seth Smith SDP .265
47 Emilio Bonifacio CHC .264

Jason Heyward ATL .264
49 Dayan Viciedo CWS .261

Eric Young Jr. NYM .261
51 Lorenzo Cain KCR .260

Dexter Fowler HOU .260
53 Wil Myers TAM .259
54 Nick Markakis BAL .258

Evan Gattis ATL .257

Junior Lake CHC .257
57 Denard Span WAS .257
58 Lucas Duda NYM .256

Michael Saunders SEA .256

Drew Stubbs COL .256
61 Austin Jackson DET .254
62 Matt Kemp LAD .253

Martin Prado ARI .253
64 Michael Cuddyer COL .252

Adam Eaton CWS .252
66 Norichika Aoki MIL .251
67 Curtis Granderson NYM .249

Colby Rasmus TOR .249

B.J. Upton ATL .249
70 Dustin Ackley SEA .248

Matt Joyce TAM .248
72 Alfonso Soriano NYY .246
73 Collin Cowgill LAA .245

Andre Ethier LAD .245

Juan Lagares NYM .245
76 Domonic Brown PHI .244
77 Chris Colabello MIN .243

Josh Harrison PIT .243

Ben Zobrist TAM .243
80 Chris Denorfia SDP .242

Jonny Gomes BOS .242
82 Chris Carter HOU .241

David DeJesus TAM .241
84 Michael Bourn CLE .240

Craig Gentry OAK .240

Josh Reddick OAK .240
87 Jackie Bradley Jr. BOS .239
88 Jay Bruce CIN .238

Jon Jay SLC .238
90 Alejandro De Aza CWS .236
91 Carlos Beltran NYY .235
92 Brandon Barnes COL .234

Grady Sizemore BOS .234

Chris Young NYM .234
95 Nick Castellanos DET .233
96 Nate Schierholtz CHC .231
97 Nick Swisher CLE .230
98 Ryan Ludwick CIN .228
99 Chris Heisey CIN .225

Kelly Johnson NYY .225
101 Michael Choice TEX .224
102 Jose Tabata PIT .223
103 Jason Kubel MIN .222

Alex Presley HOU .222

Will Venable SDP .222
106 Raul Ibanez LAA .219
107 Ryan Kalish CHC .216
108 Peter Bourjos SLC .215
109 Travis Snider PIT .214
110 Alexi Amarista SDP .213
111 Abraham Almonte SEA .212

Stefen Romero SEA .212
113 Aaron Hicks MIN .211

Marc Krauss HOU .211
115 Ryan Raburn CLE .210
116 Jesus Guzman SDP .207
117 Nate McLouth WAS .202
118 Logan Forsythe TAM .201
119 Cody Ross ARI .199

Biggest risers since April: This is the easiest question here. George Springer's EFA sat at a woeful .186 at the end of April. He hadn't been up long, and he hadn't done well with what playing time he had. That flipped on its head in May, and Springer now sits at .273, good for 29th at the position. Springer hit .299/.385/.645 in May, with 10 home runs, 23 runs, and 25 RBI. Crazy good month.

Biggest fallers since April: Hey remember, the Chris Colabello stories from April? He was a big producer for Minnesota early on, and still leads the Twins in RBI. But his May line sat at .125/.169/.196 through most of the month, and he's now in AAA.

Thoughts: The injury to Pollock is a big bummer, as he was doing really well. ... The Marlins have three outfielders (Stanton, Yelich, and Ozuna) among the top 28 at the position. ... Yeah, Eric Young is at .261 and Lagares is at .245, but these are fantasy numbers, and the Mets really need to use Lagares over Young. ... The Bradley/Sizemore combo in Boston is pretty danged underwhelming.

Overall

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Nelson Cruz BAL .343
2 Giancarlo Stanton MIA .342
3 Josh Donaldson OAK .333
4 Edwin Encarnacion TOR .332

Troy Tulowitzki COL .332
6 Jose Bautista TOR .323

Charlie Blackmon COL .323
8 Carlos Gomez MIL .322
9 Yasiel Puig LAD .320
10 Dee Gordon LAD .319
11 Alexei Ramirez CWS .316
12 Michael Brantley CLE .314

Miguel Cabrera DET .314

Paul Goldschmidt ARI .314
15 Brian Dozier MIN .313
16 Mike Trout LAA .310
17 Justin Upton ATL .308
18 Brandon Moss OAK .306
19 Victor Martinez DET .305
20 Jose Abreu CWS .303

Jose Altuve HOU .303
22 Melky Cabrera TOR .300
23 Albert Pujols LAA .298
24 Adrian Gonzalez LAD .296
25 Michael Morse SFG .295

Hunter Pence SFG .295
27 Ian Kinsler DET .292
28 Freddie Freeman ATL .291
29 Alex Rios TEX .290
30 Rajai Davis DET .288

Devin Mesoraco CIN .288

Hanley Ramirez LAD .288
33 Ryan Braun MIL .287

Todd Frazier CIN .287

Brett Gardner NYY .287
36 Howie Kendrick LAA .286

Daniel Murphy NYM .286

Anthony Rizzo CHC .286
39 Justin Morneau COL .285

Angel Pagan SFG .285
41
Neil Walker PIT .284
42 Yoenis Cespedes OAK .283

Jacoby Ellsbury NYY .283

Anthony Rendon WAS .283
45 David Ortiz BOS .281

A.J. Pollock ARI .281

Chase Utley PHI .281
48 Robinson Cano SEA .280

Adam Jones BAL .280
50 Nolan Arenado COL .279

Ian Desmond WAS .279
52 Ryan Howard PHI .277

Yadier Molina SLC .277

Christian Yelich MIA .277
55 Carlos Gonzalez COL .276
56 Alcides Escobar KCR .275

Torii Hunter DET .275

Adam LaRoche WAS .275

Andrew McCutchen PIT .275

Jimmy Rollins PHI .275

Jayson Werth WAS .275

David Wright NYM .275
63 Erick Aybar LAA .274

Marcell Ozuna MIA .274

Kyle Seager SEA .274
66 Elvis Andrus TEX .273

George Springer HOU .273
68 Pedro Alvarez PIT .272

Shin-Soo Choo TEX .272

Alex Gordon KCR .272

Khris Davis MIL .272

Jonathan Lucroy MIL .272

Derek Norris OAK .272
74 Buster Posey SFG .271

Jose Reyes TOR .271
76 Marlon Byrd PHI .270

Starlin Castro CHC .270

Lonnie Chisenhall CLE .270

Juan Francisco TOR .270

Billy Hamilton CIN .270

Garrett Jones MIA .270

Starling Marte PIT .270
83 Evan Gattis ATL .269

Trevor Plouffe MIN .269

Pablo Sandoval SFG .269

Yangervis Solarte NYY .269
87 Allen Craig SLC .268

Yan Gomes CLE .268

Evan Longoria TAM .268

Gerardo Parra ARI .268

Jean Segura MIL .268
92 Emilio Bonifacio CHC .267

Matt Carpenter SLC .267
94 Adrian Beltre TEX .266

Matt Holliday SLC .266

Desmond Jennings TAM .266

Leonys Martin TEX .266

A.J. Pierzynski BOS .266

Mark Reynolds MIL .266

Ben Revere PHI .266
101 Carl Crawford LAD .265

Coco Crisp OAK .265

John Jaso OAK .265

David Murphy CLE .265

Seth Smith SDP .265
106 Jason Heyward ATL .264

Brian McCann NYY .264

Jhonny Peralta SLC .264
109 Miguel Montero ARI .263
110 Brandon Belt SFG .262

Chris Davis BAL .262

Brett Lawrie TOR .262

Adam Lind TOR .262

Joe Mauer MIN .262

Matt Wieters BAL .262
116 Dustin Pedroia BOS .261

Dayan Viciedo CWS .261

Eric Young Jr. NYM .261
119 Everth Cabrera SDP .260

Lorenzo Cain KCR .260

Jason Castro HOU .260

Dexter Fowler HOU .260

James Loney TAM .260

Justin Smoak SEA .260

Kurt Suzuki MIN .260

Mark Teixeira NYY .260
127 Chris Iannetta LAA .259

Casey McGehee MIA .259

Wil Myers TAM .259
130 Mike Aviles CLE .258

Xander Bogaerts BOS .258

Nick Markakis BAL .258

Jonathan Villar HOU .258

Mike Zunino SEA .258
135 Asdrubal Cabrera CLE .257

Matt Dominguez HOU .257

Lucas Duda NYM .257

Junior Lake CHC .257

Denard Span WAS .257
140 Derek Dietrich MIA .256

Martin Prado ARI .256

Jarrod Saltalamacchia MIA .256

Michael Saunders SEA .256

Drew Stubbs COL .256
145 Tyler Flowers CWS .255

Aaron Hill ARI .255

Dioner Navarro TOR .255
148 Matt Adams SLC .254

Brandon Crawford SFG .254

Michael Cuddyer COL .254

Adam Dunn CWS .254

Austin Jackson DET .254

Carlos Ruiz PHI .254
154 Conor Gillaspie CWS .253

Matt Kemp LAD .253

Josmil Pinto MIN .253
157 Adam Eaton CWS .252

Jed Lowrie OAK .252
159 Dustin Ackley SEA .251

Norichika Aoki KCR .251

Welington Castillo CHC .251

Juan Uribe LAD .251

Kolten Wong SLC .251
164 Eric Hosmer KCR .250

DJ LeMahieu COL .250

Salvador Perez KCR .250

Brandon Phillips CIN .250

Wilin Rosario COL .250
169 Curtis Granderson NYM .249

Mike Napoli BOS .249

Brayan Pena CIN .249

Colby Rasmus TOR .249

B.J. Upton ATL .249
174 Ike Davis NYM/PIT .248

Matt Joyce TAM .248
176 Carlos Santana CLE .247

Ben Zobrist TAM .247
178 Gordon Beckham CWS .246

Josh Harrison PIT .246

Marcus Semien CWS .246

Alfonso Soriano NYY .246
182 Collin Cowgill LAA .245

Andre Ethier LAD .245

Juan Lagares NYM .245

Chris Owings ARI .245

Brian Roberts NYY .245

Joey Votto CIN .245
188 Domonic Brown PHI .244

Chris Colabello MIN .244
190 Yonder Alonso SDP .243

Brandon Hicks SFG .243

Aramis Ramirez MIL .243
193 Chris Carter HOU .242

Chris Denorfia SDP .242

Jonny Gomes BOS .242
196 Cody Asche PHI .241

Billy Butler KCR .241

David DeJesus TAM .241

Scooter Gennett MIL .241

Omar Infante KCR .241

Mitch Moreland TEX .241

Luis Valbuena CHC .241
203 Michael Bourn CLE .240

Eduardo Escobar MIN .240

Craig Gentry OAK .240

Mike Olt CHC .240

Josh Reddick OAK .240

Gaby Sanchez PIT .240
209 Jackie Bradley Jr. BOS .239

Yasmani Grandal SDP .239
211 Jay Bruce CIN .238

Alberto Callaspo OAK .238

Danny Espinosa WAS .238

Prince Fielder TEX .238

Adeiny Hechavarria MIA .238

Jon Jay SLC .238

Brayan Pena CIN .238
218 Alex Avila DET .237

Jonathan Schoop BAL .237

Andrelton Simmons ATL .237
221 Nick Castellanos DET .236

Alejandro De Aza CWS .236

Jason Kipnis CLE .236
224 Carlos Beltran NYY .235

Ryan Hanigan TAM .235

J.J. Hardy BAL .235
227 Brandon Barnes COL .234

Jedd Gyorko SDP .234

Grady Sizemore BOS .234

Chris Young NYM .234
231 Corey Hart SEA .233
232 Chris Johnson ATL .232

Hector Sanchez SFG .232

Nick Swisher CLE .232
235 Nate Schierholtz CHC .231
236 Chase Headley SDP .230

Derek Jeter NYY .230

Justin Turner LAD .230
239 Kelly Johnson NYY .228

Ryan Ludwick CIN .228
241 Yunel Escobar TAM .225

Chris Heisey CIN .225

Jose Lobaton WAS .225
244 Robinson Chirinos TEX .224

Michael Choice TEX .224

David Freese LAA .224
247 Travis d'Arnaud NYM .223

Nick Punto OAK .223

Jose Tabata PIT .223
250 Jason Kubel MIN .222

Alex Presley HOU .222

Will Venable
SDP
.222
253 Ruben Tejada
NYM
.220
254 Raul Ibanez LAA .219

Brad Miller SEA .219

Lyle Overbay MIL .219
257 Zack Cozart CIN .218
258 Alexi Amarista SDP .216

Ryan Kalish CHC .216

Manny Machado BAL .216

Andrew Romine DET .216
262 Peter Bourjos STL .215
263 Mike Moustakas KCR .214

Travis Snider PIT .214
265 Marc Krauss HOU .213

Eric Sogard OAK .213
267 Abraham Almonte SEA .212

Ryan Flaherty BAL .212

Stefen Romero SEA .212

Dan Uggla ATL .212
271 Aaron Hicks MIN .211
272 Darwin Barney CHC .210

Jordy Mercer PIT .210

Ryan Raburn CLE .210
275 Jesus Guzman SDP .208
276 Logan Forsythe TAM .206
277 Nate McLouth WAS .202
278 Cody Ross ARI .199

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