2013 Rankings: Second Basemen

Unlike first base, second base lacks impact bat depth. In mixed leagues without a middle infielder, few players outside the top-15 will be rostered heavily. In larger leagues, sorting through the dregs is a necessity that adds to the appeal and nuance of stepping out of kiddie pool leagues.

Rank First Name Last Name Organization
1 Robinson Cano Yankees
2 Dustin Pedroia Red Sox
3 Ian Kinsler Rangers
4 Jason Kipnis Indians
5 Aaron Hill Diamondbacks
6 Ben Zobrist Rays
7 Brandon Phillips Reds
8 Rickie Weeks Brewers
9 Jose Altuve Astros
10 Kyle Seager Mariners
11 Chase Utley Phillies
12 Dan Uggla Braves
13 Neil Walker Pirates
14 Jurickson Profar Rangers
15 Danny Espinosa Nationals
16 Marco Scutaro Giants
17 Howie Kendrick Angels
18 Dustin Ackley Mariners
19 Michael Young Phillies
20 Emilio Bonifacio Blue Jays
21 Jedd Gyorko Padres
22 Kolten Wong Cardinals
23 Omar Infante Tigers
24 Daniel Murphy Mets
25 Gordon Beckham White Sox
26 Jeff Keppinger White Sox
27 Tyler Greene Astros
28 Jemile Weeks Athletics
29 Kelly Johnson Rays
30 Johnny Giavotella Royals
31 Chris Nelson Rockies
32 Maicer Izturis Blue Jays
33 Darwin Barney Cubs
34 Mark Ellis Dodgers
35 Jamey Carroll Twins
36 Scott Sizemore Athletics
37 Grant Green Athletics
38 Logan Forsythe Padres
39 Ryan Roberts Rays
40 Chris Getz Royals
41 Brian Roberts Orioles
42 Christian Colon Royals
43 Steve Lombardozzi Nationals
44 Pedro Ciriaco Red Sox
45 Alexi Casilla Orioles
46 Freddy Sanchez Unsigned
47 Donovan Solano Marlins
48 Alexi Amarista Padres
49 Skip Schumaker Dodgers
50 Brian Dozier Twins