Equivalent Fantasy Average: June wrap-up

Rob Foldy

We're basically halfway through the season. Time to look at the sorting metric that looks only at fantasy numbers.

If you sort ballplayers by any statistic, you'll find something interesting that will take you by surprise. I sorted MLB by WAR Tuesday night and found out that Jhonny Peralta, of all people, is 12th on the list, at 3.4. Now, I was high on Peralta to start the season, and even I didn't see this coming. (I have to question this WAR a bit, as Peralta's so-far defensive WAR is as high as any three of his other seasons combined, but these things tend to work themselves out in the long run.)

Sort by caught-stealings, and you'll see that four players have eight or more--Billy Hamilton (34 steals, 12 caught) and Dee Gordon (42 and 8), who run like mad ... and Alex Rios (13 and 8) and Jean Segura (14 and 8), who might want to cut that crap out.

Go to ISO. Three players have an ISO (slugging percentage minus batting average) of at least .300 -- Mike Trout at .301, Edwin Encarnacion at .316, and Jose Abreu at .353. Yeah, Abreu's ISO is 37 points higher than anyone else. Dude has 33 singles and 43 extra-base hits.

The point is, things will pop out at you. When I was calculating the midseason numbers for my sorting metric Equivalent Fantasy Average (for the how-tos on it, click some of my old pieces here, here, and here), I was surprised at a few numbers. Michael Brantley has an EFA of .312, good for 10th in all of baseball. His outfield EFA is .313, putting him at fourth. I knew dude was having a good season. I had no idea he was there.

And then Joey Votto. Votto is having a fairly Votto-esque season in some ways, with an on-base percentage of .398 and more walks than strikeouts. But his batting average and ISO are at career lows. He only has six homers. His runs and RBI -- remember, I'm talking fantasy here, so they exist, whether or not they matter in real life -- total 54 (32 runs, 22 RBI); only Nick Swisher has fewer among qualified first basemen, and no one at the position has fewer RBI. So Votto's EFA is .250. Votto's EFA is .250, and Eric Hosmer's is .246. Votto and Hosmer have basically provided the same fantasy value over the season thus far.

Anyway, that's what I've been doing with EFA. Some guys will surprise you. In other cases, you'll see what you've known confirmed. Either way, it's an interesting trek through the numbers.

A couple of notes. First, on the numbers. It's 50-PAs-a-month to qualify, so there's a minimum of 150 plate appearances to qualify for EFA. Second, as I noted last month, players are listed at every position they qualify in Yahoo! fantasy -- Joe Mauer is a catcher and a first baseman, even though he hasn't caught an inning all season, because Yahoo! still allows you to play him there.

Third, I've compiled the overall EFAs slightly differently this month. Before, I gathered the numbers, position-by-position, then grouped them together for the overall list. In other words, Ian Kinsler's EFA as a second baseman was also his EFA overall. I've changed it up this time, though. The position-by-position EFAs are the same, but for the overall numbers, I've scaled everyone against everyone. By and large, the numbers won't changed much -- Votto's .250 as a first baseman is still .250 overall -- but some players change a bit. It doesn't mean much overall, but I think it's more accurate to list the "overall" EFAs as they would be most useful -- when picking a utility player for fantasy.

Finally, the big news, that might be silly and pointless. On Friday, I'm going to debut EFA for pitchers. I've struggled to work it out from the beginning -- while I don't mind comparing a guy with 500 plate appearances to a guy with 320 for most things, especially since most of offensive fantasy is counting stats, comparing a starting pitcher, with 180 innings, to a closer, with like 50, and using rate stats to do so, really throws things off.

I think I've figured out a way to do it, though -- or at least the formings of a way. So Friday's piece will give the so-far-this-season EFAs for pitchers, with an explanation of my system. Check it out, and feel free to chime in on ways to improve it, because there are bound to be some.

Okay, on to the charts!

Catcher

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Jonathan Lucroy MIL .293
2 Devin Mesoraco CIN .287
3 Evan Gattis ATL .285
4 Miguel Montero ARI .277
Buster Posey SFG .277
6 Derek Norris OAK .273
Salvador Perez KAN .273
8 Yan Gomes CLE .263
Yadier Molina SLC .263
10 Carlos Santana CLE .262
Mike Zunino SEA .262
12 John Jaso OAK .261
Joe Mauer MIN .261
14 Brian McCann NYY .257
15 Dioner Navarro TOR .256
Wilin Rosario COL .256
17 Kurt Suzuki MIN .255
18 Jason Castro HOU .249
Russell Martin PIT .249
20 Chris Iannetta LAA .248
21 A.J. Pierzynski BOS .246
Jarrod Saltalamacchia MIA .246
23 Tyler Flowers CWS .245
Carlos Ruiz PHI .245
25 Robinson Chirinos TEX .243
26 Alex Avila DET .241
27 Welington Castillo CHC .239
28 Josmil Pinto MIN .237
29 Ryan Hanigan TAM .236
30 Brayan Pena CIN .234
31 Yasmani Grandal SDP .231
32 Travis d'Arnaud NYM .224

Big riser: Salvador Perez was hitting .253/.307/.410 at the end of May, but went .347/.383/.535 in June with five homers to go from 24th at the position to a tie for sixth.

Big faller: A.J. Pierzynski wasn't lighting the world on fire through the first two months -- he hit .288, but never walks and only had four homers -- but he went in the tank in June, with a .173/.200/.213 line and no homers at all. He plummeted from eighth at catcher to 21st.

Thoughts: Mesoraco has leveled out a bit, but he's still been crazy good. ... Santana has turned things up a bit after a slow start. ... Castro has not repeated last year's breakout. ... The prospects -- Pinto, Grandal, d'Arnaud -- have been less than exciting.

First Base

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Edwin Encarnacion TOR .324
2 Jose Abreu CWS .314

Paul Goldschmidt ARI .314
4 Victor Martinez DET .310
5 Miguel Cabrera DET .307
6 Brandon Moss OAK .297

Anthony Rizzo CHC .297
8 Freddie Freeman ATL .293

Justin Morneau COL .293
10 Albert Pujols LAA .292
11 Daniel Murphy NYM .289
12 Jonathan Lucroy MIL .287
13 David Ortiz BOS .285
14 Adrian Gonzalez LAD .284

Adam LaRoche WAS .284
16 Lonnie Chisenhall CLE .280
17 Ryan Howard PHI .278
18 Michael Morse SFG .276
19 Matt Adams SLC .272

Mark Teixeira NYY .272
21 Buster Posey SFG .271
22 Lucas Duda NYM .269
23 Garrett Jones MIA .267
24 Joe Mauer MIN .266

Casey McGehee MIA .266
26 Chris Davis BAL .265
27 James Loney TAM .263

Mike Napoli BOS .263
29 Steve Pearce BAL .262

Mark Reynolds MIL .262
31 Adam Lind TOR .261
32 Allen Craig SLC .260
33 Adam Dunn CWS .259
34 Juan Francisco TOR .256

Carlos Santana CLE .256
36 Brock Holt BOS .255
37 Billy Butler KAN .253
38 Joey Votto CIN .250
39 Conor Gillaspie CWS .249
40 Justin Turner LAD .248
41 Eric Hosmer KAN .246
42 Chris Carter HOU .244

Ike Davis NYM/PIT .244
44 Chris Johnson ATL .243
45 Alberto Callaspo OAK .240

Justin Smoak SEA .240
47 Yonder Alonso SDP .237
48 Chris Colabello MIN .233

Lyle Overbay MIL .233
50 Mitch Moreland TEX .232
51 Prince Fielder TEX .230

Kelly Johnson NYY .230
53 Brayan Pena CIN .228

Nick Swisher CLE .228
55 Corey Hart SEA .224
56 Mike Olt CHHC .222

Big riser: No one, really; first base was a fairly static position in June. Jose Abreu, with a full month off the DL, climbed from sixth at the position to a tie for second, showing his hot April wasn't a fluke.

Big faller: Juan Francisco was tied for 18th among first basemen after May, hitting .275 with nine homers. Then he hit .169/.217/.369 with only three bombs in June, and he fell to a tie for 34th.

Thoughts: With a few exceptions, the first basemen have been who we'd thought they'd be. Votto, as noted above, is one of those disappointing exceptions, as is Hosmer (.246) and probably the biggest one, Chris Davis (.265). ... Morneau has rejuvenated his career in Colorado (crazy how that works). ... Sad grouping of Texas first basemen at 50 and 51, with Moreland and Fielder kicking it down there.

Second Base

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Jose Altuve HOU .312
2 Dee Gordon LAD .307
3 Brian Dozier MIN .302
4 Ian Kinsler DET .300
5 Anthony Rendon WAS .293
6 Robinson Cano SEA .288
7 Daniel Murphy NYM .287
8 Chase Utley PHI .273
9 Howie Kendrick LAA .272
10 Matt Carpenter SLC .271
11 Scooter Gennett MIL .267
12 Neil Walker PIT .266
13 Josh Harrison PIT .263
14 Dustin Pedroia BOS .262
15 Brett Lawrie TOR .259
Brandon Phillips CIN .259
17 DJ LeMahieu COL .258
18 Omar Infante KAN .256
19 Martin Prado ARI .255
20 Aaron Hill ARI .251
Ben Zobrist TAM .251
22 Gordon Beckham CWS .250
Emilio Bonifacio CHC .250
24 Yangervis Solarte NYY .249
25 Jed Lowrie OAK .247
26 Justin Turner LAD .246
27 Mike Aviles CLE .245
Luis Valbuena CHC .245
29 Jason Kipnis CLE .244
Brian Roberts NYY .244
31 Brad Miller SEA .243
32 Dustin Ackley SEA .240
Jordy Mercer PIT .240
34 Alberto Callaspo OAK .239
35 Derek Dietrich MIA .238
Eduardo Escobar MIN .238
37 Danny Espinosa WAS .237
38 Jonathan Schoop BAL .235
39 Brandon Hicks SFG .229
Marcus Semien CWS .229
Kolten Wong SLC .229
42 Kelly Johnson NYY .228
43 Logan Forsythe TAM .220
Nick Punto OAK .220
45 Jedd Gyorko SDP .218
46 Alexi Amarista SDP .217
47 Darwin Barney CHC .214
Eric Sogard OAK .214
49 Mark Ellis SLC .210

Big Riser: I can't swear I buy it all the way, but Scooter Gennett hit .397/.447/.692 in June, bringing him from 31st among second basemen to 11th.

Big Faller: Hey, remember when Yangervis Solarte was the Yankee surprise we knew couldn't possibly last? It didn't last. He hit .303/.404/.461 in April, .296/.339/.469 in May, and .164/.282/.213 in June. He was 11th among second basemen a month ago; he's 24th now.

Thoughts: Altuve got a lot of pub for his hot June, and for good reason, but he was doing really well even before that. ... Even missing time for an appendectomy, Walker has been having a good year. ... The group at 19th and 20th -- Prado, Hill, and Zobrist -- have been disappointing. ... Man, how bad Gyorko has been. He's sub-Punto.

Third Base

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Edwin Encarnacion TOR .326
2 Todd Frazier CIN .315
3 Miguel Cabrera DET .309
Josh Donaldson OAK .309
5 Anthony Rendon WAS .299
6 Adrian Beltre TEX .289
7 Kyle Seager SEA .288
8 Lonnie Chisenhall CLE .282
9 Pedro Alvarez PIT .278
Evan Longoria TAM .278
11 Aramis Ramirez MIL .276
12 Matt Carpenter SLC .275
13 David Wright NYM .272
14 Casey McGehee MIA .268
Pablo Sandoval SFG .268
16 Josh Harrison PIT .267
17 Mark Reynolds MIL .264
18 Brett Lawrie TOR .263
19 Nolan Arenado COL .262
Matt Dominguez HOU .262
DJ LeMahieu COL .262
22 Martin Prado ARI .259
23 Carlos Santana CLE .258
Juan Francisco TOR .258
25 Brock Holt BOS .257
26 Nick Castellanos DET .255
27 Emilio Bonifacio CHC .254
Trevor Plouffe MIN .254
29 Yangervis Solarte NYY .253
30 Xander Bogaerts BOS .252
31 Conor Gillaspie CWS .251
32 Justin Turner LAD .250
33 Mike Aviles CLE .249
Luis Valbuena CHC .249
35 Chris Johnson ATL .245
36 Manny Machado BAL .243
Juan Uribe LAD .243
38 Alberto Callaspo OAK .242
39 Eduardo Escobar MIN .241
40 Jonathan Schoop BAL .239
41 Cody Asche PHI .236
David Freese LAA .236
Chase Headley SDP .236
44 Mike Moustakas KAN .235
45 Marcus Semien CWS .233
46 Ryan Zimmerman WAS .232
47 Kelly Johnson NYY .231
48 Logan Forsythe TAM .224
Mike Olt CHC .224
Nick Punto OAK .224
51 Alexi Amarista SDP .221
Jedd Gyorko SDP .221

Big riser: It was looking like Adrian Beltre would be another dark spot for Texas in 2014, as he didn't even hit his first home run until May 6 and had a DL stint in that time. He was 18th among first basemen a month ago. Then he hit .392/.415/.598 with four homers in June, and now he's the No. 6 third baseman.

Big faller: The biggest drops in EFA from May to June were injured guys like Nolan Arenado and Trevor Plouffe. Hard to hold that against them.

Thoughts: I never saw this coming from Frazier, but it seems sustainable. ... This might be Wright's high-water mark the rest of the season, with his injury woes. ... Freese, Headley, Moustakas, and Zimmerman form a big-name group down low there; Zimmerman's struggles are partly injury-related, but still, all four are rough.

Shortstop

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Troy Tulowitzki COL .320
2 Dee Gordon LAD .306
3 Alexei Ramirez CWS .288
4 Hanley Ramirez LAD .287
5 Ian Desmond WAS .280
6 Starlin Castro CHC .279

Alcides Escobar KAN .279
8 Erick Aybar LAA .277
9 Jose Reyes TOR .275
10 Jimmy Rollins PHI .273
11 Elvis Andrus TEX .270
12 Asdrubal Cabrera CLE .269
13 Jean Segura MIL .263
14 Brandon Crawford SFG .258

Jhonny Peralta SLC .258
16 Chris Owings ARI .254
17 Ben Zobrist TAM .250
18 Yangervis Solarte NYY .248

Jonathan Villar HOU .248
20 Xander Bogaerts BOS .247
21 Jed Lowrie OAK .246
22 Justin Turner LAD .245
23 Mike Aviles CLE .244

Everth Cabrera SDP .244
25 Derek Jeter NYY .243
26 J.J. Hardy BAL .242

Brad Miller SEA .242
28 Jordy Mercer PIT .239
29 Eduardo Escobar MIN .237

Adeiny Hechavarria MIA .237

Andrelton Simmons ATL .237
32 Zack Cozart CIN .231
33 Yunel Escobar TAM .228
34 Brandon Hicks SFG .227
35 Ruben Tejada NYM .226
36 Logan Forsythe TAM .219

Nick Punto OAK .219
38 Alexi Amarista SDP .216
39 Eric Sogard OAK .213

Big riser: No one really skyrocketed at shortstop, but Starlin Castro was at 11th after May, and jumped to a tie for sixth after June.

Big faller: Pardon the pun, but man, the wheels have come off of Everth Cabrera. He wasn't good through May (.251/.280/.348, 15th among shortstops), but June was an abject disaster, with a .133/.200/.144 slash line and only two steals, dropping him to a tie for 23rd.

Thoughts: There's a huge gap between the top two (Tulowitzki and Gordon) and everyone else. ... A lot of people said Simmons would take a step forward with the bat this year, buthe 's gone the other way. ... At least Hardy has a couple homers now.

Outfield

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Giancarlo Stanton MIA .330
2 Mike Trout LAA .327
3 Nelson Cruz BAL .320
4 Michael Brantley CLE .313
5 Carlos Gomez MIL .312
6 Charlie Blackmon COL .309
7 Andrew McCutchen PIT .307
8 Jose Bautista TOR .306
9 Adam Jones BAL .303
10 Billy Hamilton CIN .302
11 Brandon Moss OAK .298
12 Yoenis Cespedes OAK .297
Yasiel Puig LAD .297
14 Ryan Braun MIL .295
Melky Cabrera TOR .295
Justin Upton ATL .295
17 Hunter Pence SFG .294
18 Jacoby Ellsbury NYY .291
Brett Gardner NYY .291
20 Khris Davis MIL .288
21 Marlon Byrd PHI .287
Corey Dickerson COL .287
23 Alex Gordon KAN .285
Marcell Ozuna MIA .285
25 Coco Crisp OAK .283
Rajai Davis DET .283
27 George Springer HOU .282
28 Evan Gattis ATL .279
29 Alex Rios TEX .278
30 Starling Marte PIT .277
31 Michael Morse SFG .276
32 Nick Markakis BAL .272
Jayson Werth WAS .272
34 Jason Heyward ATL .271
Ben Revere PHI .271
36 Jay Bruce CIN .270
Lucas Duda NYM .270
Curtis Granderson NYM .270
Leonys Martin TEX .270
Angel Pagan SFG .270
41 Matt Kemp LAD .269
Christian Yelich MIA .269
43 Garrett Jones MIA .268
Drew Stubbs COL .268
45 Lorenzo Cain KAN .267
Dexter Fowler HOU .267
Matt Holliday SLC .267
Denard Span WAS .267
49 Josh Harrison PIT .266
Desmond Jennings TAM .266
51 Torii Hunter DET .264
J.D. Martinez DET .264
A.J. Pollock ARI .264
54 Shin-Soo Choo TEX .263
Steve Pearce BAL .263
56 Gerardo Parra ARI .261
57 Kole Calhoun LAA .260
Allen Craig SLC .260
B.J. Upton ATL .260
60 Matt Joyce TAM .259
61 Adam Eaton CWS .258
Eric Young NYM .258
63 James Jones SEA .257
Martin Prado ARI .257
65 Carlos Gonzalez COL .256
Seth Smith SDP .256
Dayan Viciedo CWS .256
68 Michael Bourn CLE .255
Junior Lake CHC .255
Brock Holt BOS .255
71 Emilio Bonifacio CHC .253
Alejandro de Aza CWS .253
Austin Jackson DET .253
David Murphy CLE .253
Ben Zobrist TAM .253
76 Domonic Brown PHI .252
77 Michael Saunders SEA .251
78 Carl Crawford LAD .250
79 Craig Gentry OAK .249
80 Norichika Aoki KAN .248
Colby Rasmus TOR .248
82 Collin Cowgill LAA .247
83 Chris Carter HOU .245
Jon Jay SLC .245
Chris Young NYM .245
86 Andre Ethier LAD .244
87 Dustin Ackley SEA .243
Wil Myers TAM .243
89 Josh Willingham MIN

.241

90 Carlos Beltran NYY .240
Juan Lagares CHC .240
92 Jackie Bradley Jr. BOS .239
Ryan Ludwick CIN .239
94 Brandon Barnes COL .238
David DeJesus TAM .238
Jonny Gomes BOS .238
Nate Schierholtz CHC .238
Alfonso Soriano NYY .238

Ichiro Suzuki NYY .238
100 Chris Denorfia SDP .236
Josh Reddick OAK .236
102 Chris Colabello MIN .234
103 Michael Choice TEX .231
Alex Presley HOU .231
Ryan Zimmerman WAS .231
106 Gregor Blanco SFG .230
Kelly Johnson NYY .230
Jose Tabata PIT .230
109 Cameron Maybin SDP .227
110 Grady Sizemore BOS .225
111 Peter Bourjos LAA .222
Travis Snider PIT .222
Will Venable SDP .222
114 Alexi Amarista SDP .220
115 Jason Kubel MIN .218
116 Raul Ibanez LAA/KAN .217
Stefen Romero SEA .217
118 Aaron Hicks MIN .214
Daniel Nava BOS .214
120 Ryan Raburn CLE .212

Big riser: Andrew McCutchen wasn't having a bad season through the first two months -- he was at .298/.422/.439 at the end of May -- but he had a huge June, hitting .343/.410/.686 with eight home runs and five steals. He had been tied for 25th in the outfield; now he's seventh.

Big faller: As a Ranger fan, Alex Rios has been frustrating. I mentioned those caught stealings; he's also grounded into 16 double plays. And after sitting at 14th among outfielders a month ago, a rough June -- .261/.293/.337, no homers -- has him at 29th.

Thoughts: I don't guess Blackmon is going anywhere. ... Billy Hamilton has met every bit of his hype, and I just realized he probably should have been my "big riser." ... Holliday has been a big disappointment. ... You can freely drop Domonic Brown at this point.

Overall

I'm putting these on here in tables of 50 at a time. I'll tell you it's to improve readability, but the truth is my poor computer stresses over those giant tables.

Rank Player Team EFA
1 Giancarlo Stanton MIA .329
2 Mike Trout LAA .326
3 Edwin Encarnacion TOR .323
4 Troy Tulowitzki COL .322
5 Nelson Cruz BAL .319
6 Jose Abreu CWS .314
Jose Altuve HOU .314
Paul Goldschmidt ARI .314
9 Todd Frazier CIN .313
10 Michael Brantley CLE .312
11 Carlos Gomez MIL .311
12 Victor Martinez DET .310
13 Dee Gordon LAD .309
14 Charlie Blackmon COL .307
Josh Donaldson OAK .307
16 Miguel Cabrera DET .306
Andrew McCutchen PIT .306
18 Jose Bautista TOR .305
19 Brian Dozier MIN .303
20 Adam Jones BAL .302
Ian Kinsler DET .302
22 Billy Hamilton CIN .301
23 Anthony Rendon WAS .297
24 Brandon Moss OAK .296
Yasiel Puig LAD .296
Anthony Rizzo CHC .296
27 Yoenis Cespedes OAK .295
28 Ryan Braun MIL .294
Justin Upton ATL .294
30 Melky Cabrera TOR .293
Justin Morneau COL .293
Hunter Pence SFG .293
33 Freddie Freeman ATL .292
34 Albert Pujols LAA .291
Alexei Ramirez CWS .291
36 Jacoby Ellsbury NYY .290
Brett Gardner NYY .290
Hanley Ramirez LAD .290
39 Robinson Cano SEA .289
Daniel Murphy NYM .289
41 Khris Davis MIL .287
42 Adrian Beltre TEX .286
Corey Dickerson COL .286
Jonathan Lucroy MIL .286
Kyle Seager SEA .286
46 Marlon Byrd PHI .285
David Ortiz BOS .285
48 Alex Gordon KAN .284
Adam LaRoche WAS .284
Marcell Ozuna MIA .284
Rank
Player
Team
EFA
51
Ian Desmond
WAS
.283

Adrian Gonzalez
LAD
.283
53
Starlin Castro
CHC
.282

Coco Crisp
OAK
.282

Alcides Escobar
KAN
.282
56
Rajai Davis
DET
.281

George Springer
HOU
.281
58
Lonnie Chisenhall
CLE
.280

Devin Mesoraco
CIN
.280
60
Erick Aybar
LAA
.279
61
Evan Gattis
ATL
.278

Jose Reyes
TOR
.278
63
Ryan Howard
PHI
.277

Alex Rios
TEX
.277
65
Pedro Alvarez
PIT
.276

Evan Longoria
TAM
.276

Starling Marte
PIT
.276
68
Michael Morse
SFG
.275

Jimmy Rollins
PHI
.275
70
Aramis Ramirez
MIL
.274
71
Elvis Andrus
TEX
.273

Howie Kendrick
LAA
.273
73
Matt Carpenter
SLC
.272

Chase Utley
PHI
.272
75
Matt Adams
SLC
.271

Asdrubal Cabrera
CLE
.271

Nick Markakis
BAL
.271

Miguel Montero
ARI
.271

Mark Teixeira
NYY
.271

Jayson Werth
WAS
.271
81
Jason Heyward
ATL
.270

Buster Posey
SFG
.270

Ben Revere
PHI
.270

David Wright
NYM
.270
85
Jay Bruce
CIN
.269

Curtis Granderson
NYM
.269

Leonys Martin
TEX
.269

Angel Pagan
SFG
.269
89
Lucas Duda
NYM
.268

Scooter Gennett
MIL
.268

Matt Kemp
LAD
.268

Christian Yelich
MIA
.268
93
Garrett Jones
MIA
.267

Drew Stubbs
COL
.267

Neil Walker
PIT
.267
96
Lorenzo Cain
KAN
.266

Dexter Fowler
HOU
.266

Derek Norris
OAK
.266

Salvador Perez
KAN
.266

Jean Segura
MIL
.266
Rank Player Team EFA
Denard Span WAS .266
102 Josh Harrison PIT .265
Matt Holliday SLC .265
Desmond Jennings TAM .265
Casey McGehee MIA .265
Pablo Sandoval SFG .265
107 Chris Davis BAL .264
108 Torii Hunter DET .263
James Loney TAM .263
J.D. Martinez DET .263
Dustin Pedroia BOS .263
A.J. Pollock ARI .263
113 Shin-Soo Choo TEX .262
Mike Napoli BOS .262
Steve Pearce BAL .262
116 Brett Lawrie TOR .261
Adam Lind TOR .261
Jhonny Peralta SLC .261
Mark Reynolds MIL .261
120 Brandon Crawford SFG .260
Matt Dominguez HOU .260
Gerardo Parra ARI .260
Brandon Phillips CIN .260
124 Nolan Arenado COL .259
Kole Calhoun LAA .259
Allen Craig SLC .259
Adam Dunn CWS .259
DJ LeMahieu COL .259
B.J. Upton ATL .259
130 Omar Infante KAN .258
Matt Joyce TAM .258
132 Adam Eaton CWS .257
Yan Gomes CLE .257
Eric Young NYM .257
135 Juan Francisco TOR .256
James Jones SEA .256
Yadier Molina SLC .256
Chris Owings ARI .256
Martin Prado ARI .256
Carlos Santana CLE .256
141 Carlos Gonzalez COL .255
Eric Hosmer KAN .255
Seth Smith SDP .255
Dayan Viciedo CWS .255
Mike Zunino SEA .255
146 Michael Bourn CLE .254
Brock Holt BOS .254
John Jaso OAK .254
Junior Lake CHC .254
Joe Mauer MIN .254
Rank Player Team EFA
151 Billy Butler KAN .253
Nick Castellanos DET .253
Aaron Hill ARI .253
154 Emilio Bonifacio CHC .252
Alejandro de Aza CWS .252
Austin Jackson DET .252
David Murphy CLE .252
Trevor Plouffe MIN .252
Ben Zobrist TAM .252
160 Gordon Beckham CWS .251
Domonic Brown PHI .251
Jonathan Villar HOU .251
163 Brian McCann NYY .250
Michael Saunders SEA .250
Yangervis Solarte NYY .250
Joey Votto CIN .250
167 Xander Bogaerts BOS .249
Everth Cabrera SDP .249
Carl Crawford LAD .249
Conor Gillaspie CWS .249
Wilin Rosario COL .249
Dioner Navarro TOR .249
173 Craig Gentry OAK .248
Jed Lowrie OAK .248
Kurt Suzuki MIN .248
176 Norichika Aoki KAN .247
Mike Aviles CLE .247
Colby Rasmus TOR .247
Justin Turner LAD .247
180 Collin Cowgill LAA .246
Derek Jeter NYY .246
Jason Kipnis CLE .246
Brian Roberts BAL .246
Luis Valbuena CHC .246
185 J.J. Hardy BAL .245
186 Chris Carter HOU .244
Ike Davis NYM/PIT .244
Jon Jay SLC .244
Brad Miller SEA .244
Chris Young NYM .244
191 Andre Ethier LAD .243
Chris Johnson ATL .243
Russell Martin PIT .243
194 Dustin Ackley SEA .242
Jason Castro HOU .242
Chris Iannetta LAA .242
Jordy Mercer PIT .242
Wil Myers TAM .242
199 Alberto Callaspo OAK .240
Manny Machado BAL .240
Rank Player Team EFA
A.J. Pierzynski BOS .240
Andrelton Simmons ATL .240
Justin Smoak SEA .240
Juan Uribe LAD .240
Josh Willingham MIN .240
206 Carlos Beltran NYY .239
Derek Dietrich MIA .239
Eduardo Escobar MIN .239
Adeiny Hechavarria MIA .239
Juan Lagares NYM .239
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