MLB Depth Charts

Our RosterResource Depth Charts and many other MLB features have moved to FanGraphs.

23 thoughts on “MLB Depth Charts

  1. Kylepin19

    Can you please put next years free agents back on the website in MLB features, that was really useful at this time last year.

  2. John B.

    This is such an amazing site. I remember back in the mlbdepthchart days. I helped you out a few times inputting data on your spreadsheet. Awesome to see how far you have come. Keep up the great work.

  3. Kyle Towne

    No complaints here, just compliments. Have been a loyal follower for quite some time, and am on this site quite a lot this time of the year as I ramp up my excitement for the new season. The rosters are so quickly updated and are very accurate and easy to read. Jason clearly cares about his product and really commits himself and it shows. Keep up the good work!

    Also, if you’re ever hiring…

  4. John M. Savko

    Hi, Jason

    I have a new e-mail address. Where do I go to change it? At Don’t see any link for making a change. Haven’t gotten any e-mails for awhile (if any have been sent). Please advise. Thanks.


  5. Paul Fanaroff

    Are you going to have your “on the Cusp” feature? It was great for highlighting serious potential contributors to mlb rosters.

  6. DJMcCormack3

    I love the site and use it constantly. Thanks for the quick updates on transactions and all of the details. There is nothing close to similar and we couldn’t survive without it.

  7. William F. Gibson

    This is easily the most useful and comprehensive site for anyone interested in baseball and especially fantasy / Rotisserie baseball. The changes to the rosters are reflected rapidly and accurately. I am surprised if people use any other source.

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