MLB Depth Charts 2019 MLB Depth Charts

While generally a starting lineup in baseball stays pretty consistent, it is important to know who is behind each position. That is where the MLB Depth Charts page can come in handy. Catchers begin to start sharing more time, as teams like Atlanta have used a pretty equal split behind the dish. Teams will also use platoon splits to determine their starting lineups. For example, Boston will start Mitch Moreland at first base versus right-handed pitching. If a southpaw is on the mound, Steve Pearce will draw the start being a right-handed bat. Clicking the team link will bring you to everything on the site dedicated to that specific team. If you are looking to dive into a specific player, clicking the link will take you over to their stats, news, and recent performances. Lineups will be staying on top of this information, so you don’t have to.

Catcher Cam Gallagher C. Gallagher Meibrys Viloria M. Viloria Salvador Perez* S. Perez*
1st Base Ryan O'Hearn R. O'Hearn Samir Duenez S. Duenez
2nd Base Whit Merrifield W. Merrifield Chris Owings C. Owings
Shortstop Adalberto Mondesi A. Mondesi
3rd Base Hunter Dozier H. Dozier
Left Field Alex Gordon A. Gordon
Center Field Billy Hamilton B. Hamilton Terrance Gore T. Gore Bubba Starling B. Starling
Right Field Brian Goodwin B. Goodwin Jorge Bonifacio J. Bonifacio
Designated Hitter Jorge Soler J. Soler