The Best Fantasy Third Baseman
Rankings are done in accordance with 5×5 scoring, meaning batting average, home runs, runs, runs batted in and stolen bases are the only stats taken into account for scoring.
Nolan Arenado will probably never be the .300 hitter that he was in Colorado, but since 2016, Arenado has hit at least 34 home runs with 105 RBIs in every season except 2020.
If the Mondesi train gets going, he could win you your fantasy league. He has the potential for 70 stolen bases and 15-20 home runs when healthy.
In his first year with the Padres in 2019, Manny Machado hit .256 and people were starting to get worried. He silenced the doubters in 2021, and 2022 might be even better.