Tiers are a form of rankings that better demonstrates the distribution of talent at each position. Alike players are grouped together, thereby denoting the biggest drop-offs within each position. This way, you can control for position scarcity in the heat of the draft. The position nearing a drop-off is generally the one you'll want to target.
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Below are the second base tiers for 2023, which is missing The Elite tier with Jose Altuve going down. The good news is that if you're willing to settle for second-rate production, your options are plentiful later on.
For a deeper look at the position, check out Scott's.
The Near-Elite: Marcus Semien, Ozzie Albies, Jazz Chisholm
The Next-Best Things: Tommy Edman, Andres Gimenez, Jose Altuve, Max Muncy
The Fallback Options: Ketel Marte, Brandon Lowe, Gleyber Torres^, Jorge Polanco
The Last Resorts: Jake Cronenworth, Jonathan India, Jeff McNeil, Luis Arraez, Brandon Drury, Whit Merrifield, Thairo Estrada, Jean Segura, Josh Rojas, Trevor Story, Kolten Wong
The Leftovers: Chris Taylor, DJ LeMahieu, Jon Berti, Michael Massey, Bryson Stott, Luis Urias, Vaughn Grissom, Nolan Gorman, Luis Garcia, Jonathan Aranda, Christopher Morel, Nick Gordon, David Hensley, Michael Busch, Wilmer Flores, Brendan Donovan
^ one tier lower in points leagues
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