Tiers are a practical way of displaying rankings for optimal use on Draft Day. The goal is to accentuate which position is closest to a drop-off by denoting where the drop-offs are at each position. During the heat of the draft, you'll know that the position to target is the one that's current tier is closest to depletion.  

Tiers 1.0: C | 1B | 2B | 3B | SS | OF | SP | RP  

Below are the second base tiers for 2022, which depict a position with more premium targets than in recent years.

The Elite: Trea Turner
The Near-Elite: Ozzie Albies, Marcus Semien, Jose Altuve, Whit Merrifield^, Brandon Lowe, Ketel Marte, Javier Baez^
The Next-Best Things: Jorge Polanco, Jonathan India
The Fallback Options: Max Muncy, Jake Cronenworth, Jazz Chisholm^, Tommy Edman^, Chris Taylor, Brendan Rodgers, Ty France
The Last Resorts: Eduardo Escobar, DJ LeMahieu
The Deep-Leaguers: Ryan McMahon, Jonathan Schoop, Jean Segura, Jeff McNeil, Enrique Hernandez, Kolten Wong, Luis Urias, Gavin Lux
The Leftovers: Nolan Gorman, Nick Madrigal, Robinson Cano, Cesar Hernandez, Nico Hoerner, Vidal Brujan, Luis Garcia, Garrett Hampson, David Fletcher, Luis Arraez, Adam Frazier, Abraham Toro-Hernandez, Nick Solak, Michael Busch, Josh Rojas, Josh Harrison, Andres Gimenez, Jon Berti, Dylan Moore, Tony Kemp

^ one tier lower in points leagues