Breaking news:Ronald Acuña Jr. Is leaving the team today disappointing..

Acuna is coming off a historic 2023 season in which he was unanimously named NL MVP after he became the first player in MLB history to record 40-plus home runs and 70-plus stolen bases in the same season.

Including the 40-70 season, Acuna also led the MLB in hits (217), runs (149), stolen bases (73), on-base percentage (.416) and OPS (1.012), which earned him the top spot on MLB Network’s top 100 list heading into the season.

Miami Marlins second baseman Luis Arraez follows Acuna in the odds after his standout season in 2023.

For the second consecutive year, Arraez was named one of MLB’s batting champions with a batting average of .354 and 203 hits to his name.

Arraez is just ahead of Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman on the odds list.

Freeman is not a new name to the list, as he most recently won the title in 2022 (199) and finished second to Acuna in 2023 with 211 hits.

Here are the latest odds from FanDuel Sportsbook heading into the regular season.

The fantasy baseball season is almost here, but more importantly, the dynasty baseball season is here. If we’re being honest, dynasty baseball really never stops. I’ve been playing dynasty baseball for a long time. Between my love of scouting and ranking prospects, to the year-over-year build of a monster fantasy team, dynasty baseball reigns supreme for me in the fantasy baseball world. The biggest translation from redraft to dynasty, and the No. 1 question, is always about player values. That’s why I hope to help you out today with my Top 400 dynasty rankings.

Why only 400, you ask? Great question. It’s because you can find dynasty lists that go 500, 600, or even 1000 deep. My philosophy has always been about leaning into the strength of the team you are building. For example, if I draft a win-now team that is not focused on the future, that Top 500 list becomes less and less valuable as we go. Many prospects will get pushed outside the Top 200, but what do I care if I want to go all-in? The same can be said about the opposite side of this. If I build a young 25 and under team, I probably don’t care about the 36-year-old pitcher who fell outside the Top 250. I think the core of a dynasty list becomes crucial, and then as you go you want to start to pivot to either more of a redraft-based list or a prospect-based one.

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