Third Base has a decent amount of depth, but there is still a significant drop-off after Zimmerman. If you choose to wait until the later rounds, here, just fill your Corner Infield slot with a First Baseman, so you don’t have to worry about carrying two 3rd Basemen.

Check out our 2011 Third Basemen rankings and projections to help prepare for your fantasy baseball draft:

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Tim Young is a Civil Engineer away from MLBSoup, but at the site he heads the pre-season fantasy baseball draft guide and reviews each week in the big leagues with his weekly round-up report. His heavily math-based background shows up in his writing, as he likes to keep a focus on numbers, and dig deeper than the usual surface scratching.

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