Fantasy Baseball Catcher Rankings

Fantasy baseball season is gearing up, as is my fantasy site RotoAuthority.com.  Today I've taken a stab at ranking the top 24 catchers for 2010 - check it out.


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tigers22
5 years 6 months ago

Awesome, love the RotoAuthority site… keep up the great work Tim!

vtadave
5 years 6 months ago

The one that really stands out here is Miguel Montero. To me, he’s easily a top-8 catcher and perhaps even top-5 considering how Snyder has fallen back. Montero’s defense has improved dramatically and his bat is far superior to Snyder’s.

Guest
5 years 6 months ago

Mathis and those Doubles will now get him a ton of PT.

Mike “1980’s” Scioscia and his silly ways.

vtadave
5 years 6 months ago

Uh, both qualify at catcher this year and Martinez is probably good for 30 more points of average, and though both may hit for about the same amount of HRs, Martinez is in a superior lineup and will dwarf Napoli’s HR total. They are not even close in value.

LTDm206
5 years 6 months ago

How do you figure? Vmart has had twice the RBI totals as Napoli the last 2 years (and a few more home runs). You can roster VMart as a catcher regardless of whether he is playing 1B on a given day. Vmart is more valuable b/c he will be in the lineup everyday, where is Napoli will not.

ivdown
5 years 6 months ago

Will Napoli get to play more than 110 games in 2010 though? Hasn’t he been limited due to not being the full-time catcher in the last 2 seasons?

LTDm206
5 years 6 months ago

Last year – Napoli 114 games, Vmart 155 games

LTDm206
5 years 6 months ago

Mathis 84 games