Ranking the projected starting National League second basemen in 2019


Scooter Gennett, Reds

Proving 2017 wasn't a fluke, Gennett was named an All-Star for the first time last year. He batted .310 with 23 home runs and 30 doubles. The 28-year-old also drove in over 90 runs for the second straight season. He grades out as an average defensive second baseman. NBC Sports recently spoke of how they expect him to once again put up excellent stats for fantasy baseball.

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