Fantasy Baseball Best Players of All Time

Kevin Smith

Fantasy baseball has become an incredibly popular pastime over the years, as it provides an exciting and engaging way for sports fans to stay connected with their favorite teams and players. Fantasy baseball is a virtual game in which players can create their own teams of real-life players and compete against other players’ teams.

It is a great way to test your knowledge of baseball and pit your team against others in a fun and competitive environment. With the rise of fantasy baseball, there are now hundreds of websites and platforms that allow you to play for free or pay money to enter events and potentially win prizes.

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1. Nathaniel Lowe


Nathaniel Lowe Career

  • Silver Slugger Award (2022)

Lowe was drafted in the first round (27th overall) of the 2014 MLB Draft by the Texas Rangers. Lowe made his MLB debut with the Rangers in 2019 and hit .268/.343/.459 with 10 home runs and 41 RBIs over 116 games.

Lowe spent most of 2018 with Triple-A Oklahoma City, where he hit .295/.353/.504 with 31 home runs and 111 RBIs in 134 games. Lowe has experience both at first base and as a designated hitter, which gives him versatility on your roster if needed.

Lowe was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2nd round of the 2019 MLB Draft. Lowe is a right-handed hitter who stands at 6'1" and weighs 190 pounds. Nathaniel has been playing baseball since he was 4 years old and attended college at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo before being drafted by the Rays.

In his rookie season with Tampa Bay, Lowe hit .278 with 56 home runs and 178 RBIs - earning him a spot on the American League All-Star team along with teammates such as Freddie Freeman, Alex Bregman, José Altuve, and George Springer. 

Nathaniel is considered to be an extremely durable player; he has only missed 10 games in his 3 seasons so far. He also possesses great speed which helps him get on base often (he's stolen 66 bases during that time). With another strong year in 2020.

potentially even better than his Rookie campaign due to increased power potential - it's safe to say that Nathaniel Lowe could easily become one of today's top hitters in Major League Baseball.

Also Played For: texas rangers

2. Lance Lynn


Lance Lynn Career

  • 2× All-Star (2012, 2021), World Series champion (2011)

Lance Lynn is a 35-year-old pitcher with 123 wins and 84 losses in MLB. He was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the first round of the 2011 MLB Draft and made his debut for them that year.

Lance has since been traded four times, most recently to the Chicago White Sox in 2018 where he currently pitches for them. His main strength as a pitcher is his ability to keep hitters off balance with his crafty pitching style, which has led to him striking out 1,715 batters over 512 games played so far in his career.

Although he’s had some tough luck – including being traded four times during his career – Lance remains an extremely popular figure amongst fans and teammates alike due to his passion for the game and genuine love of competition on the field. 

Lance Lynn is a former pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals and Minnesota Twins, who in 2018 was traded to the Yankees.

He has won two All-Star games, one World Series championship (2011), and numerous awards including being named an American League Cy Young Award finalist twice (2012, 2021). Lance Lynn's career statistics are impressive: 

He holds records with an earned run average of 2.96 over 921 innings pitched in his career, which ranks him twentieth all time among pitchers with at least 1,000 innings pitched in MLB history as of 2019..

Also Played For: st louis cardinals, little league world series

3. Paul Goldschmidt

First baseman

Paul Goldschmidt Career

  • 7× All-Star (2013–2018, 2022), All-MLB First Team (2022), NL MVP (2022), 4× Gold Glove Award (2013, 2015, 2017, 2021), 5× Silver Slugger Award (2013, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2022), 2× NL Hank Aaron Award (2013, 2022), NL home run leader (2013), NL RBI leader (2013)

Goldschmidt is a three-time All-Star and two-time Silver Slugger Award winner. He was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the first round of the 2007 MLB Draft and played for them until he was traded to St.

Louis Cardinals in 2019. Goldschmidt has amassed over 2,000 hits and is one of only six players with at least 500 home runs and 1,500 RBIs during his career. He finished second in MVP voting in 2018 behind Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim after hitting .295 with 315 homers and 1,042 RBIs that season alone.

Goldsch Schmidt's father played semi-professional baseball before becoming a coach for Paul's minor league teams early on in his career. In January 2020 he announced his retirement from professional baseball after 18 seasons playing professionally.

 Paul Goldschmidt is a well-known and respected player in the MLB. He has been an All-Star multiple times and won many awards, including MVP in 2022.

Goldschmidt was born in Arizona but grew up playing baseball in his home country of Curacao. After being drafted by the Diamondbacks, he made his MLB debut in 2011 and has since had a successful career. 

In 2018, Goldschmidt led the NL with 145 stolen bases while also hitting 33 home runs to win his fifth Silver Slugger Award. He will be hoping to continue this level of performance into 2019 when he joins the St Louis Cardinals as their new first baseman.

Also Played For: st. louis cardinals, mlb

4. Freddy Peralta



  • All-Star (2021)

Freddy Peralta is a 26-year old pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers. He was drafted in the first round of the 2015 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners, but did not sign with them and went to play for Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the Atlantic League instead.

In 2018, he signed with the Milwaukee Brewers and made his debut against the Chicago Cubs on May 13th. Freddy has a fastball that tops out at 97 mph, as well as a slider and changeup which he uses to vary his pitch mix depending on what hitters are doing (he threw 50 percent sliders last season).

He has been praised by some observers for having impressive control - being able to throw strikes even when things get tough.

While others have noted that he still needs work on refining his secondary pitches into consistent weapons. Freddy is seen as someone who could develop into an ace pitcher in Major League Baseball if he continues to make strides in this area of his game over time.

Also Played For: milwaukee brewers

5. Luis Urías


Luis Urías

Luis Urías is an infielder for the Milwaukee Brewers. He was born in Magdalena de Kino, Mexico on June 3, 1997. Urías has played in minor league baseball since 2016 and made his MLB debut this season.

In 56 games with the Brewers, he has posted a .248 batting average with three home runs and 13 RBIs. Urías' biggest strength may be his speed.

His stolen 26 bases in 56 career games. - which gives him a valuable tool to use on offense or defensively.

Luis Urías will likely continue to play at the major league level for years to come and could develop into one of the best middle infielders in all of baseball Urías was signed by the Padres as a free agent in early 2018. He made his MLB debut with the team that same season and has since been a mainstay in their lineup.

Luis is known for being an excellent hitter, putting up strong numbers at both Triple-A and MLB level. In total, Urías has hit 45 home runs and 162 RBIs in just over two seasons of play so far.

 He's also shown flashes of brilliance on the defensive side of the ball, helping keep runners off base at a high rate throughout his career thus far. The Brewers acquired Urías during the 2020 season, giving him another chance to showcase his talents on an even larger stage than before.

Also Played For: mlb under 25

6. Brandon Woodruff


Brandon Woodruff Career

  • 2× All-Star (2019, 2021)

Woodruff is a 29-year-old pitcher with the Milwaukee Brewers. He made his MLB debut in 2018, and has since posted an 8-8 record with a 3.79 ERA in 28 games (27 starts).

Woodruff's best season came in 2019 when he went 11-10 with a 3.92 ERA in 33 starts. Woodruff is known for his strong repertoire of pitches, including a fastball that can reach speeds up to 97 mph, as well as slider and changeup pitchers Brandon Woodruff is a starting pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers.

He started playing baseball in high school, and after graduating he attended Arkansas State University. In 2017, Brandon was drafted by the Brewers and made his MLB debut that year. 

He has had some success in his career so far; in 2019 he won a Silver Slugger award and was named to the All-Star team. Brandon is also known for being very durable; he has only missed two games since making his MLB debut in 2017.

7. Joey Votto

First baseman

Joey Votto Career

  • 6× All-Star (2010–2013, 2017, 2018), NL MVP (2010), NL Hank Aaron Award (2010), Gold Glove Award (2011)

Joey Votto is a first baseman for the Cincinnati Reds. He was drafted by the team in 2007 and has been an important part of their lineup ever since. In 2017, Joey Votto led all hitters with a .325 batting average.

Additionally, he finished second in RBIs with 119 and third in home runs with 36. A five-time All-Star, Joey Votto is one of the most respected players in baseball and has won numerous awards throughout his career including three MVP Awards (2010-2012).

Born on September 10th, 1983, Joey Votto is only 39 years old but already has several impressive accomplishments under his belt including being named to six All-Star teams and winning three MVP Awards (2010-2012). Joey Votto is a five-time All-Star and two-time NL MVP.

He has played for the Cincinnati Reds since 2007, and has led the league in hits twice (2010, 2013). In 2011, he won his first Gold Glove Award. Joey Votto's impressive statistics also include 2,093 hits, 342 home runs, 1106 RBIs and a batting average of .297 over his career to date.

Also Played For: cincinnati reds

8. Brandon Lowe

Second baseman

Brandon Lowe Career

  • All-Star (2019), All-MLB Second Team (2020)

Lowe had a breakout season in 2018 with the Tampa Bay Rays, batting .271 with 12 home runs and 47 RBI. Lowe is a versatile second baseman who can play both defensively at shortstop and second base, as well as hit for power from the left side of the plate.

Lowe was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2013 but never played professionally there before being traded to Tampa Bay earlier this year.

Lowe is signed through 2020 with an option for 2021, so he should be back in MLB next season barring any injuries or unforeseen circumstances.

Lowe has spent most of his career playing minor league ball (including three seasons at Triple-A) before breaking into the majors this past season on a team that made it to Game 7 of the World Series - something that will undoubtedly add some extra motivation heading into 2019 campaign.

Also Played For: tampa bay rays, mlb utility

9. Yandy Díaz


Yandy Díaz

Yandy Díaz played for the Tampa Bay Rays in 2017. He is a Cuban-born third baseman and first baseman who has played in MLB for the Cleveland Indians, Tampa Bay Rays, and Baltimore Orioles.

Diaz was selected by Cleveland in the second round of the 2010 MLB Draft after playing college baseball at Miami (FL). In 2016 he won his second Silver Slugger Award as one of the best offensive players in MLB.

On July 24th, 2018 Diaz signed with Estrellas de Oriente of The Venezuelan Professional Baseball League to return to play professional baseball after a two-year hiatus from professional ball due to an injury suffered.

Spring Training with Tampa Bay caused him to miss most if not all of the 2017 season; however on October 6th, it was announced that he had decided against signing with Estrellas de Oriente and would instead rejoin the Orioles following their postseason run. 

His father José also played professionally as an infielder before retiring from playing following Yandy's birth.

10. Manuel Margot


Manuel Margot

Margot is a 28-year-old center fielder for the Tampa Bay Rays. He was drafted 13th overall in the 2013 MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres and had a breakout season in 2018, batting .293 with 38 home runs and 111 RBIs.

Margot has spent his entire career to date with the Padres, making him one of only six players on their current roster who have been there since they were drafted. 

His standout seasons came in 2016 and 2017 when he hit 34 homers combined and finished second and first respectively in MVP voting among National League outfielders.

Margot's speed allows him to steal bases (he has swiped 112 bags over his career) while also providing value at the plate with his consistent power output (.270+ each year). 

In addition to playing defense, Margot is also an effective pinch hitter, having compiled a .308 batting average as a designated hitter during his career thus far.

Margot was born in 1994 which makes him just shy of turning 29 years old this offseason; age isn't really an issue for him as he continues to produce at both the major league level and internationally where he currently leads all. 

Dominican Republic athletes with eight medals from world championships including two golds (2018 & 2019). While rumors persist that teams may be interested in trading for Margot before next season begins. 

It appears likely that he'll remain part of the Rays' long-term plans moving forward - especially given how productive he has been recent despite being surrounded by more experienced teammates.

11. Ramón Laureano


Ramón Laureano

Laureano was signed by the Athletics as an international free agent in 2013. Laureano had a breakout season with Oakland in 2019, posting career-highs in batting average (.293), home runs (14) and RBI (55).

Laureano has appeared in parts of five seasons with the A's, appearing mostly as a reserve outfielder. Laureano is a switch hitter who relies on his high batting average to power his offense; he also possesses some speed on the bases.

Although he will likely be used primarily as an outfield reserve for the remainder of his career, Laureano has shown enough potential to warrant further development at the major league level. Ramón Laureano is a Venezuelan-born outfielder for the Oakland Athletics.

He made his MLB debut in 2018 and has since been a consistent contributor, batting over .250 with 62 home runs and 184 RBIs in 468 games played. 

Laureano was born on August 3, 1997 in Valencia, Venezuela. His parents both played baseball professionally and Ramón began playing at an early age as well (he even pitched Little League).

In 2016, Laureano signed with the Atlanta Braves as part of their international signing period but never appeared in a game for them due to visa issues before being released later that year without making an impact at any level. 

After spending 2017 back home in Venezuela playing winter ball for Margarita Islanders SC of the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League (VPBL), he finally arrived stateside and signed with the Athletics prior to the 2018 season.

Also Played For: oakland athletics

12. Eric Hosmer


Eric Hosmer Career

  • All-Star (2016), World Series champion (2015), 4× Gold Glove Award (2013–2015, 2017), Silver Slugger Award (2017), All-World Baseball Classic Team (2017)

Eric Hosmer is a free agent first baseman who played for the Kansas City Royals from 2011-2017. In 2017, Hosmer was traded to the San Diego Padres in exchange for Joe Kelly and Jorge Alfaro.

At 33 years old, Hosmer has plenty of baseball left in him and will look to help lead the Padres back to relevancy in MLB after winning just 59 games over the past three seasons combined with Kansas City and San Diego.

Eric Hosmer is an extremely well-rounded batter with power, speed, and patience at the plate that makes him a dangerous threat anytime he steps into the box.. 

With 1,733 hits (tied for sixth all time), 197 home runs (seventh all time), 881 RBIs (eighth all time) and a .279 batting average (ninth all time), it's no wonder why Hosmer has been one of baseball's most consistent hitters throughout his career thus far - regardless of where he plays or which team he's on.

Also Played For: kansas city royals, san diego padres

13. Adalberto Mondesí

Second baseman

Adalberto Mondesí Career

  • World Series champion (2015), AL stolen base leader (2020)

Mondesí was born in Los Angeles, California on July 27th 1995. Mondesí is a shortstop and made his MLB debut with the Kansas City Royals in 2015. In 2017, Mondesí led all American League shortstops in fielding percentage (.977).

During the 2018 season, Mondesi played for the Omaha Storm Chasers and hit .286/.358/.518 with 10 home runs and 41 RBIs over 123 games played. 

As of 2019, Adalberto is playing for the Kansas City Royals where he has hit .252/.293/.402 with six home runs and 23 RBIs over 104 games played this year Mondesí was born in the Dominican Republic on February 14, 1990.

He signed with the Royals as a non-drafted free agent in 2011 and made his MLB debut that year. Mondesí has spent all six of his seasons with Kansas City, appearing in 318 games and hitting .244/.333/.417 with 38 home runs and 157 RBIs. 

In 2020, Mondesí became the first player ever to steal 50 bases in a season and led the AL with 52 stolen bases en route to earning MVP honors from Baseball Writers Association of America (BBVA) Awards voters.

On October 20th, 2018 he hit a three run homerun against Houston Astros which helped lift Kansas City over them 5-4 for their first playoff berth since 1985.

14. Josh Rojas


Josh Rojas is a 26-year-old infielder and outfielder for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He was drafted by the team in the fourth round of the 2013 amateur draft.

Rojas has played in nine games this season, batting .286 with one home run and four RBIs. Injuries have hampered his development throughout his career, but he is hoping to turn things around with a new organization and fresh start.

Rojas attended Glendale Community College before being drafted by Arizona, where he played in three minor league seasons from 2013 to 2015. The Venezuelan native hopes to make an impact at the major league level soon and show what he can do on both sides of the ball..

He has been compared most notably to Oakland A's second baseman Jed Lowrie due to their offensive abilities as well as defensive capabilities at second base or third base.

Also Played For: arizona diamondbacks

15. Freddie Freeman

Los Angeles Dodgers

Freddie Freeman Career

  • 6× All-Star (2013, 2014, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022), World Series champion (2021), NL MVP (2020), All-MLB First Team (2020), 3x All-MLB Second Team (2019, 2021, 2022), Gold Glove Award (2018), 3× Silver Slugger Award (2019–2021), NL Hank Aaron Award (2020), Babe Ruth Award (2021)

Freddie Freeman is a three-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove Award winner with the Atlanta Braves. He was drafted by the Braves in the first round of the 2007 MLB Draft and made his Major League debut on September 1, 2010.

In 2018, Freddie Freeman led all National League first basemen in batting average (.291), hits (1,903) and runs batted in (RBIs – 1,042). 

His 292 home runs are fifth most all time among left handed hitters and seventh most overall behind Babe Ruth (535), Barry Bonds (762), Hank Aaron (755), Alex Rodriguez (761) and Willie Mays(726).

Since joining Atlanta as an everyday player in 2010, Freeman has played every game at least once except for one due to injury: between 2015-2018 he missed 54 games due to various injuries but still managed to put up good numbers each year including a batting average over.

300 both years despite not playing every day like he used too do earlier in his career when healthy; after missing 54 games this past season however because of an ankle sprain that required surgery he will miss significant time next year.

While still under contract with Atlanta which could impact his legacy somewhat given how long hes been one of their better players 2nd only to Chipper Jones among current Brave starters?

Also Played For: baseball, atlanta braves

16. Keibert Ruiz


Keibert Ruiz

Keibert Ruiz is a 24-year-old catcher who was drafted by the Washington Nationals in the first round of the 2018 MLB Draft. 

He made his debut with the Gulf Coast League Nationals in 2019 and played for them through 2020 before being promoted to Class A Short Season Harrisburg that year.

In 2021, he played for both Class A Hagerstown and Potomac where he finished out the season batting .292/.362/.485 with seven home runs and 50 RBIs in 123 games between both clubs.

 Ruiz started 2022 with Triple-A Syracuse but was called up to Washington on May 25th after injury to Pedro Severino caused a need at catcher on their roster.

In 43 games with Washington, Ruiz batted .239/.291/.446 while also adding six home runs and 18 RBIs as backup behind starters Patrick Kivlehan and Kurt Suzuki during what would be his only season with the National's organization.

Also Played For: washington nationals, oklahoma city dodgers

17. Carlos Santana

Kansas City Royals

Carlos Santana Career

  • All-Star (2019), Silver Slugger Award (2019)

Carlos Santana is a talented hitter and fielder who has played in the Majors for eight seasons. In 2010, he made his MLB debut with the Cleveland Indians and hit .242 with 27 home runs and 925 RBIs in 899 games.

Carlos Santana was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates in December of 2018 and had an excellent season there, hitting .296 with 41 home runs and 1,191 RBIs. He is a switch-hitter who bats left-handed but throws right-handed.

Carlos Santana was born on April 8th, 1986 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Carlos Santana is a talented all-around player who has spent his entire career with the Cleveland Indians. In 2018, he led the American League in batting average (.331) and home runs (37).

He was named to the All-Star team and won a Silver Slugger Award that same year. Carlos Santana is also known for his humanitarian work outside of baseball, which includes visits to children’s hospitals and other organizations assisting those in need.

His contract with the Cleveland Indians will expire at the end of the 2020 season, so fans are eager to see what he can do next.

Also Played For: american league central, seattle mariners

18. Anthony Rizzo

First baseman

Anthony Rizzo Career

  • 3× All-Star (2014–2016), World Series champion (2016), 4× Gold Glove Award (2016, 2018–2020), Platinum Glove Award (2016), Silver Slugger Award (2016), Roberto Clemente Award (2017)

Anthony Rizzo is an MLB first baseman who has recorded over 2,000 hits in his career. Rizzo was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the first round of the 2011 MLB draft.

Rizzo made his MLB debut with the Padres in 2011 and has since played for the Chicago White Sox, St. Louis Cardinals, and New York Yankees. Rizzo is married to former Miss Florida USA and Miss Universe 2011, Jessica Rinaldi.

Rizzo has won two World Series titles with the Yankees (2018, 2017) and is a three-time All-Star. In 2019, Rizzo was named to the American League All-Star team. Rizzo is a philanthropist and has donated to various causes, including those for Hurricane Relief and the St.

Louis Cardinals Foundation. Rizzo was born in Parkland, Florida, and attended Barry University. Rizzo is a member of the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame.

Also Played For: chicago cubs

19. Brandon Belt

Left fielder

Brandon Belt Career

  • All-Star (2016), 2× World Series champion (2012, 2014)

Belt was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the first round of the 2006 MLB Draft. Belt made his MLB debut with the Giants in 2009. Belt was traded to the Blue Jays in 2012.

Belt has played for the Blue Jays the past six seasons. Belt is a three-time All-Star and has won two Gold Gloves. Belt is signed through 2020 with the Blue Jays. Belt is a left-handed batter and left fielder.

Belt is known for his power and ability to hit for both average and power. Belt is a fan favorite with the Blue Jays and is one of the team's most popular players. Brandon Belt is a gifted hitter with a solid batting average and home runs.

He has played for the San Francisco Giants for the past six seasons, and has helped the team to two World Series titles. Belt has also been an All-Star and has won two Cy Young Awards. He is a hard-working player and is popular with his teammates.

Belt will be a key player for the Giants in the upcoming seasons, and is expected to continue to improve and be a major contributor.

Also Played For: san francisco giants

20. Jorge Polanco


Jorge Polanco Career

  • All-Star (2019), Hit for the cycle on April 5, 2019

Jorge Polanco was born in July of 1993 in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic. He was signed by the Minnesota Twins as an infielder in 2013. Polanco played in 132 games for the Twins in 2017, batting .269 with 10 home runs and 49 RBI.

He is a switch hitter, who throws right-handed. Polanco is a six-time All-Star and a two-time Platinum Glove Award winner. 

He is a member of the Dominican Republic Olympic team, who competed in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Jorge Polanco is considered one of the best defensive infielders in the game.

Polanco is a six-time All-Star, and was named to the 2017 American League All-Star team. He is a member of the Dominican Republic Olympic team, who competed in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. 

Jorge Polanco is a 26-year-old infielder for the Minnesota Twins. He was drafted by the Twins in the first round of the 2010 MLB Draft.

Polanco has spent his entire career with the Twins, and is one of the longest-tenured players on the team. He has been a key part of the Twins' lineup, and has been a consistent performer at the plate. 

Polanco has a .270 batting average with 98 home runs and 399 runs batted in in his career. He is a four-time All-Star, and was named to the 2019 All-Star team.

Polanco has been an important part of the Twins' success over the past few years, and is a key part of the team's plans for the future. He is a valuable player on the field, and is a key part of the Twins' future plans.

Also Played For: minnesota twins

21. Trevor Rogers



  • All-Star (2021)

Trevor Rogers is a 25-year-old pitcher with experience in the minors. He made his MLB debut with the Miami Marlins in 2020. Rogers has a fastball that averages around 92 mph and a slider that he can use to get strikeouts.

He has a 3-1 record with a 3.05 ERA in 10 appearances. Rogers is a left-handed pitcher who throws from the left side. He is a young player with a lot of potential, and the Marlins are looking forward to seeing what he can do in the future.

Rogers is a fan favorite in Miami, and he is looking forward to continuing his success in the majors. He is a humble player who is looking to improve every day. Trevor Rogers is a talented pitcher who is looking to make a name for himself in the MLB.

Trevor Rogers is a former MLB player who played for the Miami Marlins from 2020 to present. Rogers has a win-loss record of 12-21 and a 4.13 ERA. He has hit 302 strikeouts in his career and is a two-time All-Star. 

Rogers has played for three teams in his career, the Marlins, the Oakland Athletics, and the Chicago White Sox.

Also Played For: miami marlins

22. Anthony Santander

Baltimore Orioles

Anthony Santander

Santander was taken in the 25th round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Baltimore Orioles. Santander spent two years in the minor leagues before making his MLB debut in 2016.

In his MLB career, Santander has hit .249 with 21 home runs and 69 RBI. Santander has played in 149 games over the past three seasons, all with the Orioles. Santander was born on Margarita Island in Venezuela, and moved to the United States with his family when he was six years old.

Santander attended college at the University of Mississippi, and was drafted by the Orioles in 2012. Santander is a switch hitter who throws right-handed. Santander is a Venezuela national team member, and has played in the World Baseball Classic. Santander is married and has two children.

Santander made his MLB debut for the Baltimore Orioles in 2017. Santander has been a consistent hitter throughout his career, batting an average of .245 with 83 home runs and 238 RBIs. 

Santander has also been a valuable contributor on the bases, stealing 84 bases in his career. Santander has spent his entire career with the Orioles, and is likely to remain with the team for the foreseeable future.

23. Daulton Varsho

Arizona Diamondbacks

Daulton Varsho

Varsho was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the first round of the 2017 MLB Draft. Varsho made his MLB debut with the Diamondbacks in 2019. Varsho has played in MLB for the Diamondbacks, Toronto Blue Jays, and Milwaukee Brewers.

Varsho is a left-handed batter and right-handed pitcher. Varsho has a batting average of .257 with 16 home runs and 60 RBI in MLB. Varsho is a strong defensive outfielder who has helped lead his teams to the playoffs. Varsho is a passionate player who is always looking to improve his game.

Varsho is married and has two young children. Varsho is a strong advocate for mental health awareness and is active in the community. Daulton Varsho made his MLB debut with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2020. Varsho is a right-handed hitter who has played in the outfield and at first base in his career.

In 121 games played, Varsho has hit 41 home runs and driven in 121 runs. Varsho has a batting average of .234 and a .721 slugging percentage. 

Varsho was drafted by the Diamondbacks in the fourth round of the 2020 MLB Draft. Varsho is a sophomore at the University of Utah. In his two seasons at Utah, Varsho has been a part of two NCAA Division I championships.

Varsho is a member of the United States national baseball team. Varsho is a two-time All-American and was named a first-team All-American in 2019.

24. Jesús Luzardo

Miami Marlins

Jesús Luzardo

Luzardo was born in Lima, Peru, in 1997. He is 25 years old and has spent the last four seasons playing in the minors. In 2021, Luzardo made his big league debut with the Marlins.

He went 0-2 with a 7.36 ERA in five appearances. In 2022, Luzardo is expected to join the Marlins' rotation. He is currently ranked 44th in the MLB draft order. Luzardo has a strong fastball and a good slider.

He is hoping to improve his control and finish strong this season. Luzardo is a left-handed pitcher and is hoping to add to his rookie record of 0-2 in the majors. Jesús Luzardo was born in the Dominican Republic on September 11, 1999.

Luzardo played for the Dominican Republic in the 2017 World Baseball Classic. He signed with the Oakland Athletics as a free agent in 2019. Luzardo made his MLB debut with the Athletics on September 11, 2019. In his MLB debut, Luzardo pitched three innings and allowed one run on three hits.

Luzardo has a win-loss record of 13-18, with a 4.59 ERA. Luzardo has struck out 293 batters in 370 innings pitched in MLB. Luzardo has played for the Oakland Athletics (2019-2021) and the Miami Marlins (2021-present). Jesús Luzardo is a pitcher who is currently in his third MLB season.

Final Words

This is a difficult question to answer as there are so many great players in Fantasy Baseball. Some of the greatest players in Fantasy Baseball include names like Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, and Barry Bonds.

It really depends on your league format and the players you are using, but there is no doubt that these players are some of the best in the history of the game.

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