January 25, 2017
Fantasy Three-Year Projections
With catchers and first basemen out of the way it’s time to rank the second sackers. If you read either of the first two installments or you’re familiar with this exercise from years past, you know that these rankings function best as something like a cross between keeper preferences and dynasty rankings for those whose window of contention is open in the immediate future. It’s important to state that these rankings are mine alone. They no doubt vary from the opinions of other writers on this site and that’s okay. Good, even. This wouldn’t be much fun if we all thought the same thing about every player and couldn’t learn from each other in the cases where we diverge.
And with that out of the way, let’s get on with it:
Finished first, second, and first at the position the past three years, hasn’t turned 27 yet. Not much to discuss here.
3. Daniel Murphy, Washington Nationals