Fantasy Baseball Dynasty Rankings For 2024

1. Ronald Acuna Jr., OF — The reigning NL MVP is fresh off hitting 41 home runs and stealing 73 bases in 2023. He’s still just 26 years old in 2024 and is at the forefront of an elite group of players with power-speed combinations at the top.

2. Julio Rodriguez, OF — At age 22, Rodriguez produced his first 30 home run and 30 stolen base season while scoring 102 runs and driving in 103 RBIs. He is a slam dunk top-three pick in all dynasty formats.

3. Corbin Carroll, OF — The NL Rookie of the Year and Baseball America’s Rookie of the Year led the D-Backs to the World Series and is fresh off a rookie season where he hit .285/.362/.506 with 25 home runs and 54 stolen bases. Carroll is blessed with an outlier combination of plate skills, power and speed.

4. Fernando Tatis Jr., OF — Despite missing all of 2022 and the beginning of 2023 with a wrist injury and an 80-game PED suspension, Tatis returned to his classic form hitting 25 home runs and stealing 29 bases. His overall slashline numbers were down but his strikeout rate was the lowest of his career.

5. Bobby Witt Jr., SS — After a strong rookie campaign in 2022, Witt took it to another level in 2023 hitting 30 home runs with 49 stolen bases and a .276 batting average. Witt takes a slight hit in OBP leagues due to his low walk rate, but is still a slam dunk top 5-10 pick in all formats.

6. Kyle Tucker, OF — Tucker is heading into his age-27 season in 2024. He came up one homer short of his first 30-homer, 30-steal season in 2023. Tucker has averaged 30 home runs a year over the last three seasons and has stolen 69 bases since 2021.

7. Juan Soto, OF — Soto’s elite on-base ability makes him a potential category winner in OBP leagues, but his combination of hitting ability and 30+ home run power places him among the elite. Soto lacks the stolen base numbers of the names ahead of him, but he’s capable of being the No. 1 player in dynasty heading into his peak seasons.

8. Yordan Alvarez, OF — Alvarez joins Soto as the two players with the best combination of hitting skills and power – and it can be argued he’s the better of the two. At age 26, Alvarez is coming off his third consecutive 30-homer season and provides a high batting average floor for a premium slugger.

9. Shohei Ohtani, UTIL/SP — When healthy, Ohtani is arguably the top player in any daily roster format because he can be toggled between hitter and pitcher. Regardless of what pitcher Ohtani provides in 2024, Ohtani the hitter slugged 44 home runs, stole 20 bases and hit .304/.412/.654 in 135 games.

10. Aaron Judge, OF — Judge was held to just 106 games in 2023 after slugging 62 homers in 2022. Injuries have plagued Judge’s career, but his combination of elite power and on-base skills are enough to produce a top-five fantasy season in any given year. Judge’s health and age – he’ll be 32 for most of next season – are potential risks.

11. Mookie Betts, 2B/OF — Had it not been for Acuña’s spectacular 2023, Betts may have run away with the NL MVP. Betts set a career high in home runs for a second consecutive season, while scoring 120+ runs for the fourth time in his career. Betts shows no signs of slowing down heading into his age-31 season and has gained positional eligibility at second base this season.

12. Spencer Strider, RHP — Pitchers are risky choices in dynasty, but Strider is the best of the bunch. While his ERA of 3.85 in 2023 was heavily driven by luck, he’s viewed much more favorably by estimators like xFIP and FIP. Strider’s league-leading 281 strikeouts were the most by a starter since 2019.

13. Matt Olson, 1B — Olson led MLB in homers (54) while topping the 50-homer mark for the first time in his career in 2023. Beyond his 80-grade power, Olson’s strikeout rate has improved each of the last two seasons and he hit a career-best .283 at 29 years old. Olson is squarely in his peak and the type of elite power hitter that ages well.

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14. Gunnar Henderson, SS/3B — Henderson hit 28 home runs and scored 100 runs en route to an AL Rookie of the Year award. Henderson has some improvements to make against lefthanded pitching, but heads into his age-22 season in 2024 with the ability to return top-two round fantasy value for the next decade.

15. Corey Seager, SS — The Rangers superstar is fresh off a historic playoff run, but it’s his top-20 finish among positional players in 2023 that pushes him inside the top 15 overall. Seager hit .327/.390/.623 with 33 home runs in 2023 and returns as the catalyst of a loaded lineup.

16. Vladimir Guerrero Jr., 1B — Guerrero’s power numbers have trended down in consecutive seasons since his elite 2021 campaign, lending credence to the boost minor league parks provided that season. Despite those concerns, Guerrero is still just 25 years old in 2024 and has a high power and batting average floor with an MVP-caliber ceiling.

17. Junior Caminero, 3B — Caminero hit his way to the majors at 20 years old and is the top prospect in our rankings. He’ll still be 20 for most of 2024 and has the potential to be among the best combinations of elite power and batting average.

18. Wyatt Langford, OF — Langford is neck and neck with Caminero as the top dynasty prospect. He offers a strong combination of fantasy relevant tools with plus-plus power, excellent plate skills and a potential plush landing spot in the world champion Rangers lineup.

19. Austin Riley, 3B — The Braves lineup in 2023 was among the most deadly in MLB history and Riley was among four Braves hitters that ranked within the top-15 position players for fantasy. Riley hit .281/.345/.516 with 37 home runs in his age-26 season and has provided that level of production in three consecutive seasons.

20. Jose Ramirez, 3B — Ramirez hit 24 home runs and stole 28 bases in his age-30 season, surpassing the 20 home run and 20 stolen base mark for the fifth time in his career. Ramirez’s numbers were down a little in 2023 from his previous two seasons, but he still returned top-25 positional value and should continue to do so in the coming seasons.

21. Bryce Harper, 1B — A long-time superstar in all formats, Harper always gets a slight bump in OBP style. After missing the beginning of 2023 recovering from elbow surgery, Harper returned and hit .293/.401/.499 with 21 home runs and 11 steals over 126 games. With the move to first base, Harper at 31 years old has plenty of runway to remain a top fantasy producer for years to come.

22. Freddie Freeman, 1B — Freeman is an older but still an elite producer in fantasy baseball at age 34. He hit .331/.410/.567 with 29 home runs and over 100 runs and 100 RBIs for the second consecutive season. Freeman still has plenty of years left of upper-echelon production with elite plate skills and 25+ home run power.

23. Gerrit Cole, SP — Fresh off his first Cy Young Award, Cole is still an elite pitcher at age 33. The strikeouts were down in 2023 but the production was excellent and he’s a plug-and-play 200-inning starter. He may have three to four (or more) years left of elite production.

24. Michael Harris II, OF — Harris can get lost in the fold because there are so many standouts in the Braves lineup. In his age-22 season, Harris nearly replicated his rookie performance despite producing a .725 OPS in this first half. Harris takes a hit in OBP leagues but his combination of power, speed and batting average provide a high floor with projection for more.

25. Rafael Devers, 3B — One of the premier power hitters in the game, Devers reached the 30 home run plateau for the third time at age 26. Devers provides a high batting average and power floor with improving on-base skills. He’s the last of the top tier of third baseman still available.

26. Pete Alonso, 1B — Despite hitting .217 in 2023, Alonso hit 46 home runs and drove in 118 RBIs finishing inside the top-25 of positional players. One of the premier power hitters in the game heading into his age-29 season in 2024, Alonso should have another five plus seasons of elite power production.

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27. Luis Robert Jr., OF — Robert provided the elite fantasy season in 2023 that many had anticipated would surface as he hit .264/.315/.542 with 38 home runs and 20 stolen bases. There’s still a highwire act Robert needs to walk with his low walk rate and high strikeout rate, but his combination of power and speed is extremely valuable.

28. Ozzie Albies, 2B — In his age-26 season Albies hit new highs in home runs and RBIs while hitting .280/.336/.513. He takes a slight hit in OBP, but Albies finished in the top three at the second base position and has arguably the best long-term outlook among elite options at the position.

29. Jackson Chourio, OF — The Brewers committed $82 million over the next eight years to lock Chourio up, giving a good indication of their plans for the 19-year-old outfielder. Chourio has an explosive combination of power and speed with good underlying skills. He could rank in the top 10 a year from now.

30. Jackson Holliday, SS — Holliday burst onto the scene in 2023 with a loud first full professional season, hitting .323/.442/.499 with 12 home runs and 24 stolen bases. Holliday played at all four full-season levels and finished the season with 18 games at Triple-A. Holliday could be up early in 2024. His elite plate skills and on-base ability make him valuable regardless of scoring style or format.

31. Bo Bichette, SS — Bichette’s stolen bases dropped for the second consecutive season as he dealt with injury. Whether the 20-20 seasons for Bichette are gone is a matter of debate. Still, he’s a career .299 hitter with 20+ home run upside entering his age 26 season.

32. Elly De La Cruz, SS — De La Cruz is a good measure of your risk tolerance. Few players can match his explosive skills, especially his easy plus-plus power and speed. But De La Cruz needs to cut his strikeout rate and improve his plate discipline to reach his first-round potential. He’s a highly volatile investment.

33. Evan Carter, OF — The Rangers showed supreme confidence in Carter throughout their championship run and for good reason. Carter has an extremely refined set of plate skills with 20+ stolen base speed and more power to come. Carter is 21 years old and could be a difference maker in OBP and points formats for the next decade.

34. Adley Rutschman, C — The top catcher in dynasty baseball, the switch-hitting Rutschman hit .277/.374/.435 with 20 home runs in his first full major league season. Rutschman enters 2024 at 26 years old heading into his prime years with a rapidly improving Orioles lineup and core. Rutschman is the only catcher in consideration among the top 50 dynasty players.

35. Eury Perez, RHP — Perez debuted on May 12 a little less than a month after his 20th birthday, He made 19 starts for the Marlins producing a 3.15 ERA and a 28.9% strikeout rate. Perez shows a good combination of stuff, command and poise at such a young age that should provide a decade plus of production.

36. Corbin Burnes, RHP — 2023 was a down year for Burnes. He ranked 20th among pitchers as his strikeout rate dropped, walk rate rose and his ERA jumped nearly half a run. Despite the down season, Burnes still possesses an elite pitch in his cut fastball with a deep arsenal of average or better secondaries. Burnes could bounce back in 2024 at age 29 with plenty of good years remaining.

37. Royce Lewis, 3B — A string of injuries robbed Lewis of much of the last three seasons, but 2023 gave us a glimpse of what he can be when in the field. Lewis hit .309/.372/.548 with 15 home runs over 58 games. Lewis is 24 years old entering 2024 and is poised for a breakout with a full healthy season.

38. Triston Casas, 1B — Despite dark days at Fenway in 2023, Casas was a true bright spot hitting .263/.367/.490 with 24 home runs as a rookie. Casas will be 24 for all of 2024 and has the skills to develop into one of the top batting average and power hitters in fantasy.

39. Jordan Walker, OF — Walker hit .276/.342/.445 with 16 home runs and seven stolen bases over 117 games as a rookie despite taking a month-long detour in Triple-A. Walker has a high batting average floor, improving approach and plus-plus power he’s still learning to get to consistently in games. Walker could develop into one of the top hitters in fantasy if he takes another step forward in the coming years.

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40. George Kirby, RHP — The 25-year-old Kirby may have the best command of any pitcher in baseball. He showed the ability to handle a heavy workload, throwing more than 190 innings in 2023. Kirby has an excellent fastball and his slider and curveball took big steps forward last season. Kirby ranked 11th overall among starters for fantasy in 2023.

41. Trea Turner, SS — After a down first half that saw Turner hit .247/.299/.389 over the first 88 games of the season, Turner returned to form in the second half hitting .292/.348/.554. Turner seemed to settle into his new surroundings and finished with his third consecutive 20 home run and 20 stolen base season.

42. Randy Arozarena, OF — After starring in the World Baseball Classic for Mexico, Arozarena set career highs in 2023 in home runs, runs and walk rate on his way to finishing as the 48th overall player in fantasy. Arozarena will be 29 entering 2024 and the late bloomer has shown no signs of slowing down as he enters his 30s.

43. Mike Trout, OF — Once the universal top pick in dynasty drafts for the better part of a decade, Trout is now 32 years old and hasn’t played more than 140 games in a season since 2016. Trout doesn’t run any longer but his power and hitting ability should allow him to be productive into his 30s if his health permits.

44. Luis Castillo, RHP — The Mariners ace put together another standout season finishing as the sixth-best pitcher in fantasy in 2023. Castillo has transformed from a groundball-heavy fireballer to one of the best strikeout pitchers in the game. At age 31, Castillo still has several more seasons of top-10 fantasy starter production remaining.

45. Kevin Gausman, RHP — Gausman threw 175+ innings with an ERA under 3.40 and notched over 200 strikeouts for the third consecutive year. He turns 33 years old before the 2024 season, but Gausman should still be counted on for top-10 starting pitcher production for 2024 and sub-4.00 ERAs through 2026.

46. Zac Gallen, RHP — The D-backs ace built on his breakout 2022, ranking as the fourth-best pitcher in fantasy baseball in 2023. Gallen has shown the ability to go 200+ innings and has the swing and miss stuff and command to rank among the top starters in the game for years to come.

47. Grayson Rodriguez, RHP — While his debut wasn’t what Orioles fans hoped, Gray-Rod returned in July with a vengeance after a reclamation at Triple-A and pitched to a 2.58 ERA with a 24% strikeout rate in 13 starts.

48. CJ Abrams, SS — Abrams ranked as the No. 8 shortstop in fantasy on the strength of 18 homers and 47 steals, even despite posting a 90 wRC+ in 2023. He’s still young and has many more years to grow as a hitter while already providing elite stolen base numbers and power.

49. Pablo Lopez, RHP — Lopez posted a career-high 194 innings and 4.5 fWAR at age 27 after the Marlins acquired him from the Twins for Luis Arraez. All of Lopez’s ERA estimators (xERA, FIP, xFIP, SIERA) were even lower than his 3.66 ERA. As long as he’s healthy, Lopez should have a low ERA, low WHIP and 9+ K/9 for the next three years. A model of consistency, he has never had an ERA, xFIP, FIP, SIERA, or xERA above 4.00 in the 2020s.

50. Francisco Lindor, SS — At age 29, Lindor had his first 30 home run and 30 stolen base season in 2023. It’d be foolish to expect Lindor to continue to put up 30-30 seasons as he ages, but he hasn’t stopped running yet. Lindor is on the wrong side of 30 years old but is still one of the best hitters in the game.

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