2013 Rankings: First Basemen

Next up in the positional rankings is first base. The position offers a lot of offensive talent, young and old. Players will be drafted out of this player pool to fill more than first base, they'll also fill corner infield spots and utility positions as well. 

Rank First Name Last Name Organization
1 Albert Pujols Angels
2 Joey Votto Reds
3 Prince Fielder Tigers
4 Edwin Encarnacion Blue Jays
5 Paul Goldschmidt Diamondbacks
6 Buster Posey Giants
7 Billy Butler Royals
8 Allen Craig Cardinals
9 Adrian Gonzalez Dodgers
10 Anthony Rizzo Cubs
11 Mark Teixeira Yankees
12 Paul Konerko White Sox
13 Mark Trumbo Angels
14 Freddie Freeman Braves
15 Eric Hosmer Royals
16 Carlos Santana Indians
17 Joe Mauer Twins
18 Adam LaRoche Nationals
19 Ryan Howard Phillies
20 Ike Davis Mets
21 Justin Morneau Twins
22 Chris Davis Orioles
23 Kendrys Morales Mariners
24 Nick Swisher Indians
25 Adam Dunn White Sox
26 Corey Hart Brewers
27 Mike Napoli Red Sox
28 Lance Berkman Rangers
29 Chris Carter Astros
30 Brandon Belt Giants
31 Adam Lind Blue Jays
32 Michael Cuddyer Twins
33 Todd Frazier Reds
34 Mark Reynolds Indians
35 Kevin Youkilis Yankees
36 Brandon Moss Athletics
37 Logan Morrison Marlins
38 Michael Young Phillies
39 Carlos Pena Astros
40 Yonder Alonso Padres
41 Garrett Jones Pirates
42 Mitch Moreland Rangers
43 Mike Olt Rangers
44 Jeff Keppinger White Sox
45 James Loney Rays
46 Darin Ruf Phillies
47 Tyler Colvin Rockies
48 Matt Adams Cardinals
49 Chris Parmele Twins
50 Scott McGuiness Indians