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September Second Baseman Rankings

Andres Gimenez

Andres Gimenez

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Here are some final-month rankings. Please try not to get too bent out of shape if your star player isn’t listed where you like ... anything can happen in a month. Heck, there was a month this year in which Owen Miller compiled a 1.166 OPS and Madison Bumgarner had a 1.17 ERA.

As always, players are ranked by position and then combined into an overall top 300 list.

Click to see other September rankings:

Top 300 | SP | RP | OF | 1B | 2B | SS | 3B | C

Second Baseman Rankings

Sept Second basemen Team 2022 Aug
1 Trea Turner Dodgers 1 1
2 Jose Altuve Astros 7 2
3 Marcus Semien Rangers 9 4
4 Jorge Polanco Twins 8 3
5 Trevor Story Red Sox n/a 13
6 Ketel Marte Diamondbacks 5 5
7 Andres Gimenez Guardians 29 11
8 DJ LeMahieu Yankees 14 7
9 Brandon Lowe Rays 6 10
10 Tommy Edman Cardinals 13 9
11 Ryan McMahon Rockies 12 21
12 Ty France Mariners 21 6
13 Jeff McNeil Mets 31 18
14 Javier Baez Tigers 4 8
15 Luis Arraez Twins 26 12
16 Max Muncy Dodgers 16 22
17 Jake Cronenworth Padres 11 16
18 Josh Rojas Diamondbacks 34 26
19 Gavin Lux Dodgers 17 17
20 Jon Berti Marlins 64 30
21 Jean Segura Phillies 20 23
22 Brendan Rodgers Rockies 19 24
23 Jonathan India Reds 15 19
24 Brandon Drury Padres n/a 25
25 Ozzie Albies Braves 2 32
26 Whit Merrifield Blue Jays 3 15
27 Nico Hoerner Cubs 22 28
28 Gleyber Torres Yankees n/a 14
29 Wilmer Flores Giants 41 34
30 Nolan Gorman Cardinals 69 29
31 Kolten Wong Brewers 28 33
32 Nick Gordon Twins n/a 43
33 Keston Hiura Brewers n/a 69
34 Isaac Paredes Rays 79 36
35 Thairo Estrada Giants n/a 41
36 Ha-Seong Kim Padres 53 62
37 Bryson Stott Phillies n/a 84
38 Christopher Morel Cubs n/a 35
39 Chris Taylor Dodgers 24 31
40 Luis Urías Brewers 25 27
41 Michael Massey Royals NR 49
42 Luis Garcia Nationals 43 38
43 Nick Madrigal Cubs 18 45
44 CJ Abrams Nationals n/a 67
45 Joey Wendle Marlins n/a 40
46 Oswaldo Cabrera Yankees NR NR
47 Donovan Solano Reds 50 42
48 Ramón Urías Orioles 45 44
49 Tommy La Stella Giants 37 48
50 Christian Arroyo Red Sox 65 64
51 Adam Frazier Mariners 44 46
52 Brendan Donovan Cardinals n/a 75
53 Luis Rengifo Angels n/a 52
54 Harold Castro Tigers 62 54
55 Jace Peterson Brewers 67 92
56 Enrique Hernandez Red Sox 32 57
57 Jazz Chisholm Jr. Marlins 10 55
58 Rodolfo Castro Pirates 72 NR
59 Kevin Newman Pirates n/a 71
60 Josh Harrison White Sox 35 50
61 Santiago Espinal Blue Jays n/a 47
62 David Fletcher Angels 40 63
63 Spencer Steer Reds NR 73
64 Jonathan Schoop Tigers 23 39
65 Tucupita Marcano Pirates NR NR
66 Nicky Lopez Royals n/a 65
67 Willi Castro Tigers 57 77
68 Mark Mathias Rangers n/a NR
69 Garrett Hampson Rockies 38 53
70 Zach McKinstry Cubs 76 82
71 Vidal Bruján Rays 27 59
72 Orlando Arcia Braves n/a 37
73 Owen Miller Guardians NR 66
74 Ildemaro Vargas Nationals NR NR
75 Eduardo Escobar Mets 48 61
76 Nick Solak Rangers 39 60
77 Michael Chavis Pirates 60 78
78 Richie Palacios Guardians 73 NR
79 David Bote Cubs 59 56
80 Luis Guillorme Mets n/a 68
81 Rougned Odor Orioles 42 74
82 Tony Kemp Athletics 36 76
83 Ezequiel Duran Rangers NR 72
84 Dylan Moore Mariners 30 58
85 Jonah Bride Athletics n/a 83
86 Matt Carpenter Yankees NR 20
87 Jonathan Villar Mariners n/a 70
88 Terrin Vavra Orioles NR 80
89 Aledmys Diaz Astros n/a 79
90 César Hernández Nationals 33 51

Dropping off: Mike Brosseau (81st), Taylor Walls (85th)

  • The Royals’ Michael Massey hasn’t really done anything from a fantasy perspective yet, partly because he’s playing in Kauffman Stadium. Still, his stock is up. In just 89 plate appearances as a major leaguer, Massey already has 10 barrels, though he has just one homer to show for them. Since Massey is sitting against lefties and plays on a bad team, he’s not all that much of a September sleeper. However, if things break right, he could be good for 15-20 homers and 10 steals next year.