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2011 Fantasy Baseball Rankings

In case you haven’t noticed, we’ve added a handy little menu over to the left that gives you quick access to our 2011 fantasy baseball rankings. We went ahead and ranked the top 30 players at every position (top 60 for outfielders and starting pitchers) and gave some short-handed notes you should know about each player listed. The rankings were compiled by having the Baseball Professor staff individually rank each position to generate each player’s composite rank. We’re very confident with our rankings, but if you disagree you can air your grievances in the comments section at the bottom of each page or feel free to send us a nasty email. Of course, compliments, gifts, mass worship and other means of high praise are also encouraged.

Over the next week or two we’ll be posting a few podcasts discussing our rankings, specifically noting players that we differed greatly on and guys you’ll definitely want to target and avoid at each position. We’re continuing to pump out individual player profiles, so check back often. We’re also getting set to publish our Fantasy Baseball Tutorial Series called “7 Simple Steps to Building a Fantasy Baseball Champion,” truly a one-of-a-kind, free e-course that you can find only at Baseball Professor.

If you’re serious about getting ready for Opening Day 2011 and are as excited as we are, then make sure to subscribe to our feed, sign up for our email updates, follow us on Twitter @BaseballProf or become a fan on our brand new Facebook page.


About the author: Bryan is the co-founder of Baseball Professor and works as a consultant specializing in operational metrics and efficiency analysis. When he’s not working, blogging, or tending to basic human needs, he enjoys pondering the vastness of the universe, rewatching episodes of Breaking Bad, and avoiding snakes. (@BaseballProf)

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