Most Reliable Fantasy Baseball Shortstops(1) Topping the list of fantasy baseball shortstops are Hanley Ramirez and Troy Tulowitzki who at 26 and 25 figure to be staying there for quite some time.1.Hanley Ramirez, Florida Marlins – Ramirez is a complete offensive player. In2009, he batted .342, homered 24 times, drove in 108 and stole 27 bases.His steal and homer totals were actually down from 2008.2.Troy Tulowitzki, Colorado Rockies – Coming off an outstanding 2009(.297/32/92), Tulowitzki looks to break through and hit .300 and drive in 100runs. Don’t bet against him.3.Derek Jeter, New York Yankees – At 36 Jeter is as good as he’s ever been.He’s never been on the disabled list in his Hall of Fame career and his 2009numbers in runs, slugging, average and steals were his best since 2006.4.Jimmy Rollins, Philadelphia – Rollins looks to return to his status as one of themost reliable fantasy baseball shortstops. He slumped to a career low .250.Over the past six years he’s hit between 11 and 30 homers, but he’s onlybeen on the DL once in his career.5.Jose Reyes, New York Mets – Reyes is looking to bounce back from a seasonswhere he played in only 36 games. His numbers from 2004-2008 weresterling, despite perception (.286/14/66, 65 steals, 113 runs scored).6.Jason Bartlett, Tampa Bay Rays – Bartlett will try to silence the doubters whobelieve his 2009 numbers were a fluke. The 30 year-old had a career year(.320/14/66, 30 steals) that will be tough to duplicate.7.Alexei Ramirez, Chicago White Sox – By following up his solid first year withan equally consistent second year. If you can’t pick up one of the topshortstops you’ll find Ramirez (.277/15/68 14 steals) to be more thansatisfactory.8.Elvis Andrus, Texas Rangers – The speedy shortstop of the Ranger led allshortstops with 33 steals in 2009, his rookie year. Just 21 he should better hisother categories which were solid if unspectacular (.267/6/40).9.Yunel Escobar, Atlanta Braves – In his second full season as the Bravesshortstop Escobar scored 89 runs while batting a steady .299. He went deep14 times and drove home 76. He’ll be 27 in 2010.10.Miguel Tejada – Tejada rejoins the Orioles coming off an excellent 2009. Hewent .300 14/76, with 88 runs scored and slugged to a .440 clip. And he wasreliable too as he played in 158 games each of the last two years.