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Fantasy Baseball: Week 9 Player Rankings & SCOUTscores

Not only is Boston Red Sox SP David Price slated to begin his season in Week 9 of the Fantasy Baseball season but he's expected to his the mound more than once in his debut week. Does he deserve to be ranked among the top 10 pitchers this week? Senior Expert Shawn Childs ranks all Fantasy relevant players position-by-position in Week 9!

Editor's Note: The following positions will be posted Tuesday, May 30: 

1B | 2B | SS | 3B | C | OF | SP | RP (PREMIUM ONLY)

Starting Pitchers

Rank Players Position Team SS
1 Chris Sale SP BOS 0.6
2 Robbie Ray SP ARI 0.49
3 Carlos Carrasco SP CLE 0.48
4 Rich Hill SP LA 0.45
5 Luis Severino SP NYY 0.41
6 David Price SP BOS 0.41
7 Kenta Maeda SP LA 0.41
8 Dylan Bundy SP BAL 0.41
9 Kyle Hendricks SP CHC 0.41
10 Jose Quintana SP CHW 0.4
11 Julio Teheran SP ATL 0.39
12 Jose Berrios SP MIN 0.37
13 Marcus Stroman SP TOR 0.37
14 Michael Wacha SP STL 0.36
15 Zach Davies SP MIL 0.35
16 Daniel Norris SP DET 0.35
17 Ervin Santana SP MIN 0.33
18 Sonny Gray SP OAK 0.33
19 Tyler Anderson SP COL 0.33
20 Tanner Roark SP WAS 0.33
21 Jeremy Hellickson SP PHI 0.32
22 Chris Tillman SP BAL 0.32
23 Matt Garza SP MIL 0.32
24 Ariel Miranda SP SEA 0.31
25 Clayton Kershaw SP LA 0.31
26 Jason Hammel SP KC 0.31
27 Edinson Volquez SP MIA 0.3
28 Ricky Nolasco SP LAA 0.3
29 Erasmo Rameriz SP TB 0.29
30 Tyler Chatwood SP COL 0.29
31 Robert Gsellman SP NYM 0.29
32 Mike Leake SP STL 0.29
33 Max Scherzer SP WAS 0.27
34 Martin Perez SP TEX 0.27
35 Stephen Strasburg SP WAS 0.27
36 Yu Darvish SP TEX 0.27
37 Corey Kluber SP CLE 0.24
38 Justin Verlander SP DET 0.22
39 Jacob DeGrom SP NYM 0.22
40 Jake Arrieta SP CHC 0.22
41 Jon Lester SP CHC 0.21
42 Matt Harvey SP NYM 0.21
43 Johnny Cueto SP SF 0.19
44 Carlos Martinez SP STL 0.19
45 Danny Duffy SP KC 0.18
46 Aaron Nola SP PHI 0.18
47 Trevor Bauer SP CLE 0.18
48 Zack Greinke SP ARI 0.18
49 Masahiro Tanaka SP NYY 0.18
50 Drew Pomeranz SP BOS 0.17

*WHAT IS A SCOUTSCORE?

It's the final evaluation metric that gives a fantasy owner a feel for a player's value based on his current projections and even past results. A player's SCOUTscore shows an owner how much a player impacts a fantasy team's roster when drafted. The theory is built on each fantasy owner drafting average player stats for each remaining position. So, if you drafted Mike Trout in 2014 (.287 with 115 runs, 36 home runs, 111 RBIs and 16 stolen bases in 602 at bats), he finished with a SCOUTscore of 11.24. By drafting him, you gained 11.24 points in the standings in the five offensive categories if you were able to draft average player stats for your 13 other offensive positions.

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