ADP Breakdown: Players Draft Too Low in Fantasy Baseball

Draft season is quickly approaching.  Have you looked at where players are going in drafts?  You haven’t??!!  No need to fret my friend.  I got you covered.  Here are a few of the more valuable players according to where they are currently being selected in fantasy baseball drafts.

Value is value.  It doesn’t matter if its only a handful of picks or a handful of rounds.  When you are battling your buddies throughout the season.  You must find the value wherever you can.

Drafted Too Low

Mike Trout:

I will not spend a lot of time on this because he is being drafted around the 5th overall pick.  Trout is just the best player in the game and of this generation.  He is my top overall player and will remain there until someone proves to be more of a slam dunk than the fishman.


Kike Hernandez:

Call me a homer, it’s cool.  Kike will be the front runner for the starting second base job as soon as camp opens.  Hernandez has produced as the Dodgers rover over the past and has never eclipsed 500 at bats.  I believe that the Red Sox lineup will be elite in 2021.  He will also be playing his home games at Fenway Park.  That will help boost his production.  In my opinion, Hernandez is getting drafted too late.  Outside the top 35 second basemen to be exact. That is far too low, and I will have plenty of shares of Kike Hernandez in 2021.

Ha-seong Kim:

If you have followed any of my content than you know I am the president of the HS Kim fan club.  The KBO standout will now suit up for the San Diego Padres.  Coming off of a great season for the Kiwoom Heroes (yes, that is where the nickname comes from), Kim is penciled in as the  Padres’ starting second basemen.  He will bat in the back half of a lineup that is perfect for his skillset.  I only have him 5 spots higher in my rankings.  If given the choice between Dylan Moor and Kim, I’ll take Kim every time.


Hyun-Jin Ryu:

The Blue Jays’ left hander has a ton of value right now.  His ADP sits at 67.5 right now.  That makes him the 24th pitcher off the board.  I’ll take him with that value attached.  Over the past 3 seasons, Ryu has posted a combined ERA of 2.33.  As Spring Training begins, Ryu is my SP 14.

Jose Berrios:

The Twins ace is entering his prime.   Heading into draft season, Berrios is going as the 28th starting pitcher and I have him at 18.  He still has a great fastball and the curveball is above average.  The starting pitcher is still young enough to take the next step.  Jose Berrios threw 190+ innings in 2018 and 2019 which is really strong in today’s game.  We may be doing this in 2022, talking about how Berrios is a top 12 pitcher.


Make sure you check out the players I think are being drafted too high on couchguysports.com.  Fantasy baseball draft season comes fast so make sure you are keeping up.  Before you even ask.  My rankings will be coming out really soon so there is no need to panic.  Good luck and study up.

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– Matt Desrosiers (@MattyKiwoom on Twitter)

Matty Kiwoom

My name is Matt and I'm a sports-a-holic. *pauses for warm welcome*

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