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Outfield Dynasty Rankings for Fantasy Baseball

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The outfield is the most comprehensive list when it comes to fantasy baseball hitter rankings. Most players are drafted in the outfield and most of the time, outfielders are right at the top of your list to draft or acquire in some way in a dynasty.  

You don’t see many outfielders move to the infield, but you will occasionally have one lose eligibility in the outfield and become a utility player only. More likely, infielders will move to the outfield or obtain dual eligibility as they try to find a home on the diamond. 

The list of 114 that follows has some great names up and down the list and boasts some of the best players in the game. 27 have cracked the top 100 with a few playing multiple positions. This is the cream of the crop when it comes to hitting for fantasy and these dynasty players could help build the cornerstone of your squad.  


Fantasy Baseball Dynasty Rankings for Outfield 

Pos.  Overall
1  1  Julio Rodriguez  OF  1 
1  2  Juan Soto  OF  3 
1  3  Ronald Acuna Jr.  OF  5 
1  4  Yordan Alvarez  OF  8 
1  5  Aaron Judge  OF  9 
1  6  Kyle Tucker  OF  10 
1  7  Mookie Betts  OF  13 
1  8  Mike Trout  OF  19 
2  9  Fernando Tatis Jr.  SS/OF  20 
2  10  Michael Harris II  OF  32 
2  11  Luis Robert  OF  35 
2  12  Corbin Carroll  OF  39 
2  13  Byron Buxton  OF  44 
2  14  Eloy Jimenez  OF  45 
3  15  Bryce Harper  OF  48 
3  16  Riley Greene  OF  50 
3  17  Randy Arozarena  OF  55 
3  18  Cedric Mullins II  OF  61 
3  19  Tyler O'Neill  OF  63 
3  20  Christian Yelich  OF  69 
3  21  Bryan Reynolds  OF  74 
4  22  Andrew Vaughn  1B/OF  79 
4  23  Jackson Chourio  OF  83 
4  24  Robert Hassell III  OF  89 
4  25  Teoscar Hernandez  OF  90 
4  26  George Springer  OF  91 
4  27  Daulton Varsho  C/OF  93 
4  28  Giancarlo Stanton  OF  103 
4  29  Kyle Schwarber  OF  108 
4  30  Druw Jones  OF  110 
5  31  James Wood  OF  111 
5  32  Starling Marte  OF  113 
5  33  Taylor Ward  OF  120 
5  34  Cody Bellinger  OF  129 
5  35  Nick Castellanos  OF  132 
5  36  Ian Happ  OF  135 
5  37  Miguel Vargas  OF  136 
5  38  Adolis Garcia  OF  138 
6  39  Alek Thomas  OF  139 
6  40  MJ Melendez  C/OF  141 
6  41  Gavin Lux  2B/OF  144 
6  42  Kris Bryant  OF  149 
6  43  Jeff McNeil  2B/OF  157 
6  44  Amed Rosario  SS/OF  178 
6  45  Elijah Green  OF  179 
6  46  Andrew Benintendi  OF  186 
6  47  Anthony Santander  OF  189 
6  48  Harrison Bader  OF  192 
7  49  Brennen Davis  OF  193 
7  50  Pete Crow-Armstrong  OF  197 
7  51  Hunter Renfroe  OF  198 
7  52  Trey Mancini  1B/OF  201 
7  53  Jasson Dominguez  OF  203 
7  54  Seiya Suzuki  OF  208 
7  55  Alex Kirilloff  1B/OF  211 
7  56  Colton Cowser  OF/3B  213 
7  57  Oscar Gonzalez  OF  216 
8  58  Lars Nootbaar  OF  217 
8  59  Steven Kwan  OF  218 
8  60  Jesus Sanchez  OF  225 
8  61  Christopher Morel  2B/3B/SS/OF  233 
8  62  Alex Verdugo  OF  234 
8  63  Franmil Reyes  OF  238 
8  64  Esteury Ruiz  OF  242 
8  65  Thairo Estrada  2B/SS/OF  247 
9  66  Jarred Kelenic  OF  251 
9  67  Evan Carter  OF  252 
9  68  Jake McCarthy  OF  256 
9  69  Brandon Nimmo  OF  265 
9  70  Sal Frelick  OF  270 
9  71  George Valera  OF  273 
9  72  Mitch Haniger  OF  276 
9  73  Jo Adell  OF  277 
10  74  Jesse Winker  OF  280 
10  75  Josh Lowe  OF  281 
10  76  Zac Veen  OF  282 
10  77  Nick Gordon  2B/OF  287 
10  78  Brandon Marsh  OF  289 
10  79  Will Brennan  OF  296 
10  80  Jarren Duran  OF  297 
10  81  Michael Conforto  OF  298 
10  82  Joey Wiemer  OF  299 
10  83  Bryan De La Cruz  OF  300 
10  84  Ramon Laureano  OF  301 
10  85  Trent Grisham  OF  304 
11  86  Austin Hays  OF  309 
11  87  Austin Wells  C/OF  310 
11  88  Lourdes Gurriel Jr.  OF  311 
11  89  Lane Thomas  OF  316 
11  90  Manuel Margot  OF  317 
11  91  Nick Pratto  1B/OF  318 
11  92  Joc Pederson  OF  321 
11  93  Dylan Carlson  OF  323 
12  94  Juan Yepez  1B/OF  325 
12  95  Vidal Brujan  2B/OF  338 
12  96  Jake Fraley  OF  344 
12  97  Trevor Larnach  OF  346 
12  98  Luis Matos  OF  349 
12  99  Oswaldo Cabrera  OF  352 
12  100  Aaron Zavala  OF  355 
12  101  Emmanuel Rodriguez  OF  356 
12  102  Kerry Carpenter  OF  366 
12  103  Seth Brown  1B/OF  376 
12  104  Kyle Stowers  OF  377 
13  105  Jack Suwinski  OF  378 
13  106  Jorge Soler  OF  379 
13  107  Brendan Donovan  1B/2B/3B/SS/OF  381 
13  108  Drew Waters  OF  382 
13  109  Andy Pages  OF  385 
13  110  Garrett Mitchell  OF  387 
13  111  Whit Merrifield  2B/OF  389 
13  112  Max Kepler  OF  391 
13  113  Oscar Colas  OF  392 
13  114  Jose Siri  OF  394 


Preseason Thoughts 

The first tier has some of the best talents we’ve ever seen in baseball. We have record-setters, future Hall of Famers, young studs, and vets that are still getting it done. That is an impressive display of talent right there at the top. One star player not on that list is Harper, who comes in at 15, behind some guys who haven’t put up the numbers that he has but have a few more years left in them than Harper does. There are some good young players that have had their cup of coffee and some even younger players that are still years away from the bigs but have superstar potential. 

Tucker (6) was once a top prospect and has been productive in three major league seasons, but it finally seems like he’s getting his props in the fantasy world. That could be because he chipped in 25 stolen bases to his 30 home runs last season, something he was projected to do as a prospect but hadn’t yet done in the majors. The baserunning made up for the “down” year with the bat. Tucker struck out and walked about the same but had a lower ISO and BABIP, leading to a lower AB/HR rate and batting average. The BABIP in play should creep back up, helping his average and at age-26, he has a lot of good baseball ahead of him. He’s one of the true stars and deserves his spot near the top.  

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Robert Jr. (11) is a fantastic talent who has been derailed by injuries and has yet to be able to put those talents on display for a full year. Never one to take many walks, if he could push his BB% closer to 5.5%, it would do wonders for his stolen base opportunities. Most projection systems have him reaching that walk rate this year but falling short of 20 steals. If he can stay healthy and obtain a 5.5% walk rate, he should reach 20 steals to go with 20+ homers. Like Tucker, he’s young, just 25, and should be able to put his best seasons ahead of him. He’s a career .289 hitter and is a true five-category contributor in a good lineup.  

Chourio (23) played his age-18 season at Double-A last season, though it was just six games. But he moved up three levels in the year and took a big jump in most dynasty rankings as well. He played in the Futures Game last season and went from being outside of the top 100 to ranked as high as third by Baseball America. He had a ridiculous .276 ISO in Single-A, connecting for 12 home runs in 62 games. He does have some swing-and-miss to his game, striking out 28% of the time at Single-A, but the power-speed combo is tantalizing. If he can keep up the pace, he’ll be competing for a spot in the Milwaukee outfield next season and will be there for years to come. 

Thomas (39) played in 113 games for the Arizona Diamondbacks last season but hit .231 with eight home runs and four stolen bases. It wasn’t a good debut for the talented youngster, but he still has a lot of time to make up for the slow start to his career. He walked a lot in the minors, but that number took a hit as well in his first taste of the bigs. His 2.6 launch angle and 3.8%-barrel rate leave a ton to be desired. He has a lot of work to do to get back to the status he had before last season, but he has all the tools to do it. Don’t give up on him yet. 


Other Options 

Dominguez (55) made it to Double-A at age-19 last season, playing in five games. He played in three levels and continues to look like the center fielder of the future for the New York Yankees. He may not have the same ceiling as thought when the Yankees first signed him, that of Mike Trout or Mickey Mantle, but the Martian has all the makings of a dynasty star. He has an incredible eye for someone who has only been playing organized baseball going on three years. His prodigious power is just starting to show up in games as he learns how to lift the ball more. He stole 37 bases last season, and his power-speed combo will be fun to watch for a long time.  

Nootbar (58) hits the ball hard. He hits the ball on the barrel, and he walks a lot without striking out a ton. For those reasons, I think Nootbar has his best baseball ahead of him. At age-25 he has a lot more to accomplish before he becomes a top outfield option, but I think he’s someone who could be of great value towards the end of your outfield. He’s someone who may not cost a lot to acquire now, and a breakout is possibly on the way. He won’t be of considerable help in the average department, but if he can raise his BABIP to league-average levels, he won’t be hurting you there anymore either. His 125 wRC+ was a solid number and that should improve in the future once he starts getting more at-bats, 2022 was the first time he’d ever topped 60 games at one level.  

That will do it for our outfield rankings and the hitter rankings overall. We've gone through each position to give you extensive lists of great options for your dynasty squads. Hopefully, they help you now and in the future and you can look back to RotoBaller to get your fix.

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