Goldschmidt a top-10 first baseman
First base used to be the first place fantasy owners turned to begin to shape their fantasy fortunes. In 2006, for example, six of the 13 players who hit over .300 with 30 home runs hung out on the far right of the infield. If you missed out on one of these power/average stalwarts, your chances at a winning season were severely diminished.
However, over time, the gap between the statistical elite at first base and the rest of the positions on the field has diminished ...
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