2013 Rankings: Shortstops

Like second base, shortstop lacks depth. Scraping the bottom of the barrell is a scary thought and will yield players that should only be started in AL-only and NL-only leagues. 

Rank First Name Last Name Organization
1 Troy Tulowitzki Rockies
2 Jose Reyes Blue Jays
3 Hanley Ramirez Dodgers
4 Jimmy Rollins Phillies
5 Starlin Castro Cubs
6 Ben Zobrist Rays
7 Ian Desmond Nationals
8 Elvis Andrus Rangers
9 Asdrubal Cabrera Indians
10 Danny Espinosa Nationals
11 Derek Jeter Yankees
12 Jurickson Profar Rangers
13 Alcides Escobar Royals
14 Marco Scutaro Giants
15 Josh Rutledge Rockies
16 Erick Aybar Angels
17 J.J. Hardy Orioles
18 Alexei Ramirez White Sox
19 Jed Lowrie Athletics
20 Jean Segura Brewers
21 Andrelton Simmons Braves
22 Jhonny Peralta Tigers
23 Yunel Escobar Rays
24 Stephen Drew Red Sox
25 Everth Cabrera Padres
26 Dee Gordon Dodgers
27 Zack Cozart Reds
28 Rafael Furcal Cardinals
29 Hiroyuki Nakajima Athletics
30 Tyler Greene Astros
31 Maicer Izturis Blue Jays
32 Mike Aviles Indians
33 Ruben Tejada Mets
34 Didi Gregorius Diamondbacks
35 Jamey Carroll Twins
36 Grant Green Athletics
37 Clint Barmes Pirates
38 Adeiny Hechavarria Marlins
39 Luis Cruz Dodgers
40 Brandon Crawford Giants
41 Willie Bloomquist Diamondbacks
42 Eduardo Nunez Yankees
43 Joaquin Arias Giants
44 Cliff Pennington Diamondbacks
45 Nick Franklin Mariners
46 Daniel Descalso Cardinals
47 Christian Colon Royals
48 Brian Dozier Twins
49 Jake Elmore Astros
50 Brendan Ryan Mariners