2013 Fantasy Baseball Rankings - Catcher

2013 Fantasy Baseball Rankings - Catcher

David FerrisCSNChicago.com contributor
We're looking ahead with these rankings - they're a sneak peak at 2013 values. Good luck down the stretch. 
1. Buster Posey, Giants2. Carlos Santana, IndiansNOTE: More aggressive approach might serve him well.3. Joe Mauer, Twins4. Yadier Molina, CardinalsNOTE: Deserves some MVP consideration. 5. Wilin Rosario, RockiesNOTE: He's pushed Hernandez out of the way. 6. Matt Wieters, OriolesNOTE: Hasn't turned into a superstar yet. 7. Brian McCann, BravesNOTE: No longer worthy of Tier 1 prices. 8. Carlos Ruiz, Phillies9. Salvador Perez, Royals10. Miguel Montero, Diamondbacks11. Mike Napoli, RangersNOTE: Hard to rank after lost year. 12. Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Red SoxNOTE: Some platoon gaps but power must be respected. 13. Jesus Montero, MarinersNOTE: A long way to go, in the field and at the dish. 14. Jonathan Lucroy, Brewers15. Yasmani Grandal, PadresNOTE: Hasn't looked lost in The Show. 16. Alex Avila, Tigers17. Ryan Doumit, Twins18. A.J. Pierzynski, White Sox19. J.P. Arencibia, Blue JaysNOTE: Don't look back, prospects are gaining on you. 20. Josh Donaldson, AthleticsNOTE: In reality, a corner - make sure he keeps the catching tag. 21. Chris Iannetta, AngelsNOTE: A solid contributor, but will never be special. 22. A.J. Ellis, DodgersNOTE: A fun story but a modest upside. 23. Kurt Suzuki, Nationals24. Devin Mesoraco, RedsNOTE: Dusty Baker doesn't rush the rookies. 25. Geovany Soto, Rangers26. Ryan Hanigan, Reds27. Russell Martin, YankeesNOTE: All the mileage could be catching up to him. 28. Welington Castillo, Cubs29. Ramon Hernandez, Rockies30. Michael McKenry, PiratesNOTE: Pixie dust wore off down the stretch. 31. John Buck, Marlins32. Jesus Flores, Nationals33. Ryan Lavarnway, Red SoxNOTE: Might be a year away. 34. John Jaso, MarinersNOTE: Professional hitter, deserves a gig somewhere. 35. Taylor Teagarden, Orioles36. Josh Thole, Mets37. George Kottaras, Athletics38. Jose Molina, Rays39. Erik Kratz, Phillies40. Tyler Flowers, White Sox41. Jason Castro, Astros42. Rod Barajas, Pirates

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Morning Update: Blackhawks lose to Flyers; Bulls fall in Dallas

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Morning Update: Blackhawks lose to Flyers; Bulls fall in Dallas

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Rough second period sinks Blackhawks in loss to Flyers

Bulls fall flat in blowout loss in Dallas

The 3 Bears necessities for win No. 3

Penn State erases three-touchdown deficit to best Badgers in Big Ten Championship Game

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Blackhawks: Corey Crawford undergoes appendectomy, out 2-3 weeks

Illini defense dominant in capping bounce-back week with win over VCU

Blackhawks sign goalie with no NHL experience to serve as emergency backup

Wide receiver Corey Holmes will transfer from Notre Dame