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June Third Baseman Rankings

by Matthew Pouliot
Updated On: June 2, 2022, 5:23 am ET

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Up this week are the June rest-of-season position rankings and overall top 300 for 5x5 leagues.

Click to see other June rankings:

Top 300 | SP | RP | OF | 1B | 2B | SS | 3B | C



Third Baseman Rankings

JuneThird basemenTeam2022May
1Jose RamirezGuardians11
2Manny MachadoPadres22
3Rafael DeversRed Sox33
4Austin RileyBraves54
5Nolan ArenadoCardinals85
6Alex BregmanAstros76
7Ke'Bryan HayesPirates67
8Bobby Witt Jr.Royalsn/a8
9Ryan McMahonRockies1113
10Alec BohmPhillies2114
11DJ LeMahieuYankees1310
12Anthony RendonAngels129
13Kris BryantRockies912
14Matt ChapmanBlue Jays1516
15Yoan MoncadaWhite Sox1011
16Josh DonaldsonYankees1617
17Justin TurnerDodgers1418
18Max MuncyDodgersn/a15
19Luis UriasBrewers1920
20Luis ArraezTwins2021
21BrIan AndersonMarlins1719
22Josh RojasDiamondbacksn/an/a
23Brandon DruryRedsn/a48
24Jeimer CandelarioTigers2222
25Evan LongoriaGiants2827
26Eugenio SuarezMariners3129
27Wilmer FloresGiants3224
28Patrick WisdomCubs3432
29J.D. DavisMets3930
30Joey WendleMarlins2525
31Gio UrshelaTwins2937
32Santiago EspinalBlue Jays5431
33Jonathan VillarCubs1823
34Yandy DiazRays2726
35Hunter DozierRoyals4135
36Jon BertiMarlins4857
37Mike MoustakasReds2438
38Josh HarrisonWhite Sox2633
39Brad MillerRangersn/a28
40Eduardo EscobarMets3836
41Ramon UriasOriolesn/a45
42Ha-Seong KimPadres4339
43Emmanuel RiveraRoyals55NR
44Kevin SmithAthletics3041
45Rougned OdorOrioles3346
46Sheldon NeuseAthleticsn/a40
47Jose MirandaTwins3534
48Maikel FrancoNationals4643
49Elehuris MonteroRockies4749
50Abraham ToroMariners3647
51Colin MoranRedsn/a44
52Luis GuillormeMetsNRNR
53Brendan DonovanCardinals59NR
54Aledmys DiazAstros4050
55Cavan BiggioBlue Jays2351
56Tyler WadeAngels4252
57Michael ChavisPiratesn/an/a
58Isaac ParedesRaysn/an/a
59Mike BrosseauBrewers4456
60Miguel VargasDodgersNRNR
61Taylor WallsRaysn/a42
62Andy IbáñezRangersn/a53
63David BoteCubs4558
64Jake BurgerWhite Sox49NR
65Jace PetersonBrewersn/a60
66Johan CamargoPhillies5859
67Matt DuffyAngels3754
68Josh VanMeterPirates60NR


Dropping off: Jason Vosler (55th)


  • Ke’Bryan Hayes’ biggest fantasy contribution this year has been his six steals, but it still seems like the power is going to come. His exit velocity numbers are quite good, as he’s already amassed 10 barrels with a 49% hard-hit rate. He’s also doing a better job of keeping the ball off the ground this year, though more of his well-hit balls have been liners than flies. I’m keeping him in the top eight here, even though I do ding him for his lack of lineup support.


  • Matt Chapman still can’t seem to get untracked, even as he’s hitting the ball about as hard as ever and striking out considerably less than he did the last two years. Statcast currently has him with an xBA of .248 and an xSLG of .494, compared to his actual marks of .200 and .356, respectively. I don’t expect him to bat better than .230 the rest of the way, but the power numbers are due to improve.


  • I’m hoping the Mets give J.D. Davis a crack at the DH job on a full-time basis after sending down Dominic Smith. Davis is hitting just .221/.322/.338 in 90 plate appearances this year, but his exit velocity numbers are outstanding. In fact, his 64.2% hard-hit rate is the best in the majors for anyone with as many plate appearances (Yordan Alvarez and Aaron Judge are the other two over 60%). Davis will strike out too much to put up All-Star-type numbers, but he could quickly become an asset in mixed leagues if the Mets start him and leave him alone.