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Fantasy Baseball 2014: Shortstop Projections

Full fantasy baseball 2014 shortstop projections to help you prepare for your upcoming draft and season.

Jean Segura
Jean Segura

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

The shortstop position doesn’t provide much in terms of batting average but there are a good deal of players who can fill up multiple fantasy baseball categories and contribute to each week’s successes (or failures). There’s a bit more pop among today’s shortstops than there was in the past, relatively anyway, since 18 home runs is a lot these days.

For the most part, this is a position that can help you in the steals department, though you may have to sacrifice some categories to get an Everth Cabrera or Jonathan Villar amount of steals.

Let’s take a look at our full fantasy baseball 2014 shortstop projections.

Be sure to check out our first base projections, second base projections, and third base rankings and be sure to check back for our full third base projections coming soon.

Player BA HR RBI R SB
Hanley Ramirez 287 22 80 79 20
Troy Tulowitzki 297 28 87 77 2
Ian Desmond 278 20 76 75 21
Jean Segura 283 10 48 79 40
Jose Reyes 285 10 54 86 25
Elvis Andrus 275 4 62 89 33
Ben Zobrist 270 15 72 82 10
Everth Cabrera 268 4 38 68 45
Starlin Castro 273 12 58 70 14
J.J. Hardy 259 24 74 74 1
Brad Miller 274 16 65 72 10
Asdrubal Cabrera 265 15 65 70 10
Andrelton Simmons 265 13 57 78 11
Jed Lowrie 270 15 67 70 1
Jimmy Rollins 250 11 50 72 23
Alexei Ramirez 270 8 55 64 22
Jonathan Villar 240 7 45 63 36
Xander Bogaerts 265 14 57 66 6
Jurickson Profar 260 10 58 65 10
Jhonny Peralta 270 13 63 57 2
Erick Aybar 270 6 52 68 17
Alcides Escobar 250 4 52 64 22
Zack Cozart 252 14 60 72 3
Derek Jeter 275 8 50 65 5
Stephen Drew 248 13 60 58 5

 

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