Top 100 Prospects for 2021 Redraft Fantasy Baseball Leagues

I love most things about playing fantasy baseball leagues, but I especially love the push/pull of short versus long-term outcomes. I play a lot of dynasty, keeper and redraft leagues of various shapes and sizes, so the range of values I might place on a prospect in a given league is wide.

Not here, though, where I’ll be going full cut-throat, win-the-money redraft style.

I don’t know why anyone will be cutting throats. I love that phrase, but yikes, what a thing to say in casual conversation, huh?

This list won’t turn out to be 100 percent accurate, but it will reflect many hours of trade talks, gameplay, research, roller coasters and centrifuges of thought, educated guesswork, and dash of the psychology motivating humans working within a nihilistic capitalist structure. 

    • Note: I wasn’t sure how to handle innings caps. Every pitcher got dinged a little for the purposes of this list because some/most organizations will be very conservative pushing pitchers from 30-something (or zero) innings up above 100 (or more).


Quick moves:

Julio Rodriguez is a monster. Here he is swatting an easy blast the other day.

I moved Ian Anderson below Kelenic and J-Rod, partly because I love the Mariners’ bats, partly because Grey made a strong case in his Ian Anderson, 2021 Fantasy Outlook.

Thanks for reading!

I’m @theprospectitch on Twitter.


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