FanGraphs Consensus Rankings Draft Spreadsheet

Hope this is just in time for your draft!

Our ranks, plus Steamer projected hitter numbers and ZiPs projected pitcher values, all in one downloadable place.

Thanks to our rankers for working tirelessly on these rankings: Mike Podhorzer, Zach Sanders, Jeff Zimmerman, Alan Harrison, Ben Pasinkoff and Colin Zarzycki.

Here you go!

Here’s an excel spreadsheet, with league information!

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36 Responses to “FanGraphs Consensus Rankings Draft Spreadsheet”

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  1. CH Smoot says:

    I don’t know how to “enable Google spreadsheet,” whatever that is. Can’t you just post it in regular Excel?

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  2. Shauntell says:

    Thanks a lot guys!
    I was wondering whether you were planning to release a top 100 or 200 list?

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    • ML610 says:

      i find those useless…when your going that far down a list it begins to become more a function of need (position or category). I laugh at the these places that do top 400 lists. theres no utility

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      • Andrew says:

        A top 100 list is “that far down a list”? How did you turn top 100 or 200 into top 400? I see no reason why a consensus top 200 couldn’t be a useful thing to have on hand during a draft.

        And thanks guys, this is great.

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    • Eno Sarris says:

      We’ll try to do a top 300 next week. thanks!

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      • ML610 says:

        Sure. Because by the 8th, 9th rd i’ll weigh more heavily a positional or categorical need over a guy who is ranked 80 vs 100 in an aggregate ranking. The guy ranked 80 might pickup SGP’s that are less important to my team based on how i’ve drafted to that point.

        Further, a consensus ranking isn’t going to catch the intricacies of different league formats nor the dynamics of how a draft may be progressing.

        I find it much more useful to reference the positional rankings and use a more open minded approach to where certain players fit in the big picture at that point in the draft.

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      • quinceleather says:

        That would be very helpful!

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  3. JBizzy says:

    Oh this is just awesome, thanks guys!!

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  4. PWR says:

    why did you pick steamer for batters and zips for pitchers as opposed to just averaging them all? thx

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  5. Wilin Rosario says:

    Nice to finally get some love. No other site respects me.

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  6. MustBunique says:

    Great stuff. Thanks for sharing Eno.

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  7. quinceleather says:

    thanks. this is cool.

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  8. benagain123 says:

    cant open the link – it says “GOogle drive, the app is currently unavailable”

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  9. Galante118 says:

    The SP projected numbers im seeing seem to be the steamer numbers?

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  10. Rufus T. Firefly says:


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  11. Bert Blyleven's Socks says:

    This is awesome. Thanks a lot Eno!

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  12. Cybo says:

    This is awesome! Thanks for the great tool.

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  13. yosoyfiesta says:

    Eno, you the man, many thanks!

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  14. kleinjeff says:

    Great work, as always. In the future, would it be possible to list whether or not the player is in the AL or NL? That way, those of us in AL- or NL-only leagues could easily filter out players in the other league.

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  15. yosoyfiesta says:

    CH Smoot, are you a luddite?

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  16. @careeryear says:

    this is unreal.. thank you guys so much for making this available!

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  17. Donkey says:

    You guys are awesome! Thanks!

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  18. James says:

    Only noticed bc I’m looking at tweaking some projections for players I may platoon, but Brandon Moss projection in spreadsheet is substantially lower than Steamer projection when you bring up through projections/steamer link.

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  19. Galante118 says:

    Seriously, nobody notices that all these numbers are different from the steamer projections? Can someone explain please!

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  20. Reggie Cleveland says:

    This is great. Thank you, gentlemen.

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