This season is no different, as ESPN hasn't predicted any players to reach the 500-point mark in head-to-head leagues.
Now that fantasy baseball players have discovered that Victor Martinez will miss the entire 2012 season, a murky pool of players remains.
1. Carlos Santana, Cleveland Indians
Santana is the new cream of the crop with V-Mart gone for the year. He's also first-base eligible, which is a huge plus, making him worthy of fifth- or sixth-round pick.
You're guaranteed almost a point a game from him as he possesses impeccable plate discipline and knowledge of the strike zone.
He's got great power (27 homers in 2011), and that will only get better with age. His main downside is that he'll cost you in the average category in a rotisserie league, but for those of you in head-to-head, he has to be the No. 1 catcher.