2013 Rankings and Projections: First Base


You don't want Butler manning 1B for you. Foot on the bag Billy!

I like Big Butlers and I cannot lie. OK that was a lie. I do not like big, fat Billy Butlers. How can a guy hit home runs and steal bases when his man breasts are flopping around? Do not pay for the career year. Butler's HR total is pointing in the same direction as his missile titties; straight down. First base is as deep as ever so there is no reason to reach, overspend, or invest heavily at the position. My tenth best 1B: Ike Davis; my tenth best 2B: David Eckstein. Will Albert Pujols don the MDM uniform? Unlikely. And with that, off we go.

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This post is also known as The Misadventures of Adam Done.

Stats: AVG, HR, Runs, RBI, SB (Plate Appearances)

Albert Pujols            .304 – 37 – 105 – 105 – 7  (695)
Prince Fielder          .301 – 37 – 95 – 110 – 1  (690)
Joey Votto               .329 – 29 – 100 – 105 – 8  (655)
Edwin Encarnacion   .275 – 39 – 90 – 105 – 10  (650)
Adrian Gonzalez      .304 – 31 – 95 – 105 – 1  (680)
Paul Goldschmidt     .282 – 30 – 90 – 95 – 10  (635)
Allen Craig               .302 – 31 – 100 – 85 – 4  (670)
Paul Konerko           .297 – 31 – 85 – 95 – 1  (625)
Ryan Howard           .266 – 34 – 90 – 105 – 0  (645)
Ike Davis                  .270 – 31 – 85 – 100 – 1  (650)
Anthony Rizzo         .270 – 28 – 85 – 95 – 4  (650)
David Ortiz              .301 – 32 – 90 – 105 – 0  (600)
Chris Davis             .271 - 31 – 75 – 90 – 3  (600)
Freddie Freeman     .277 – 24 – 90 – 90 – 3  (635)
Billy Butler               .299 – 20 – 80 – 90 – 2  (670)

Lance Berkman        .284 – 25 – 90 – 90 – 3  (625)
Eric Hosmer             .282 – 18 – 70 – 75 – 15  (595)
Adam LaRoche        .272 – 27 – 80 – 90 – 1  (630)
Mark Teixeira           .276 – 25 – 70 – 75 – 1  (510)
Justin Morneau        .272 – 25 – 75 – 85 – 0  (600)
Brandon Belt           .286 – 21 – 60 – 70 – 10  (550)
Adam Dunn             .226 – 34 – 80 – 90 – 1  (620)
Chris Carter             .238 – 34 – 75 – 85 – 3  (600)
Kendrys Morales      .283 – 21 – 60 – 65 – 1  (450)
Adam Lind               .268 – 24 – 75 – 80 – 1  (605)
Yonder Alonso          282 – 18 – 75 – 75 – 4  (635)
Brandon Moss          .261 – 22 – 70 – 75 – 1  (505)
Carlos Pena             .226 – 27 – 75 – 80 – 2  (600)
Mitch Moreland         .267 – 20 – 55 – 60 – 1  (515)
Mat Gamel                .280 – 24 – 75 – 85 – 4  (615)
Todd Helton             .296 – 14 – 60 – 65 – 0  (500)
Justin Smoak           .248 – 20 – 60 – 65 – 1  (550)
Brett Wallace           .250 – 12 – 60 – 60 – 1  (565)

Mat Gamel will not reach 615 Plate Appearances, but who the hell wants to draft Helton, Smoak or Wallace?

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*Catcher, OF and SP have been updated as of 3/6/13.

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