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Outfield Dynasty Rankings for Fantasy Baseball

We've already gone around the infield with a look at first base, second base, third base, and shortstop. Let's head to the outfield now to break down the long list of outfielders that have fantasy relevance in 2021 and beyond.

All of the players listed have outfield eligibility, although several will be used at shallower positions in fantasy leagues. Deciding whether to value a young, unproven prospect above a Major League veteran is a debate as old as baseball itself. One thing is for certain, there is no shortage of talent here.

Let's dive into the OF rankings as we prepare for the start of spring training!

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Dynasty Outfielder Rankings

Ranking Tier Player Positions
1 1 Ronald Acuna Jr. OF
2 1 Juan Soto OF
3 1 Mookie Betts OF
4 1 Mike Trout OF
5 2 Cody Bellinger 1B,OF
6 2 Bryce Harper OF
7 2 Christian Yelich OF
8 2 Eloy Jimenez OF
9 2 Luis Robert OF
10 2 Kyle Tucker OF
11 3 Yordan Alvarez OF
12 3 Marcell Ozuna OF
13 3 Starling Marte OF
14 3 Aaron Judge OF
15 3 Austin Meadows OF
16 3 George Springer OF
17 3 Jarred Kelenic OF
18 4 Whit Merrifield 2B,OF
19 4 Nick Castellanos OF
20 4 Trent Grisham OF
21 4 Teoscar Hernandez OF
22 4 Giancarlo Stanton OF
23 4 Randy Arozarena OF
24 4 Dylan Carlson OF
25 4 Charlie Blackmon OF
26 4 Julio Rodriguez OF
27 5 Cavan Biggio 2B,3B,OF
28 5 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. 2B,OF
29 5 Alex Verdugo OF
30 5 Victor Robles OF
31 5 Michael Conforto OF
32 5 Kyle Lewis OF
33 5 Dominic Smith 1B,OF
34 5 J.D. Martinez OF
35 5 Joey Gallo OF
36 5 Michael Brantley OF
37 5 Ketel Marte 2B,SS,OF
38 5 Eddie Rosario OF
39 5 Brandon Lowe 1B,2B,OF
40 6 Byron Buxton OF
41 6 Jeff McNeil 2B,3B,OF
42 6 Franmil Reyes OF
43 6 Jorge Soler OF
44 6 Tommy Pham OF
45 6 Ryan Mountcastle 1B,3B,OF
46 6 Mike Yastrzemski OF
47 6 Jo Adell OF
48 6 Ramon Laureano OF
49 6 Leody Taveras OF
50 6 JJ Bleday OF
51 6 Kris Bryant 3B,OF
52 6 Alex Kirilloff 1B,OF
53 6 Max Kepler OF
54 7 Willie Calhoun OF
55 7 Wil Myers 1B,OF
56 7 Nick Solak 2B,3B,OF
57 7 Anthony Santander OF
58 7 Jasson Dominguez OF
59 7 Nick Senzel OF
60 7 Brian Anderson 3B,OF
61 7 Jesse Winker OF
62 7 Austin Hays OF
63 7 Corbin Carroll OF
64 7 Riley Greene OF
65 8 Andrew Benintendi OF
66 8 Yasiel Puig OF
67 8 David Dahl OF
68 8 Kristian Robinson OF
69 8 Garrett Hampson 2B,SS,OF
70 8 Mitch Haniger OF
71 8 Estevan Florial OF
72 8 Cristian Pache OF
73 8 Kyle Schwarber OF
74 8 Lorenzo Cain OF
75 8 Daulton Varsho C,OF
76 8 Trey Mancini 1B,OF
77 8 Austin Riley 3B,OF
78 8 Hunter Dozier 1B,3B,OF
79 8 Luis Arraez 2B,3B,OF
80 8 DJ Stewart OF
81 8 Josh Naylor 1B,OF
82 8 Brent Rooker OF
83 8 Randal Grichuk OF
84 8 Brandon Nimmo OF
85 8 Mark Canha 1B,OF
86 9 Bryan Reynolds OF
87 9 J.D. Davis 3B,OF
88 9 Hunter Renfroe OF
89 9 Andrew McCutchen OF
90 9 Julio Pablo Martinez OF
91 9 Dylan Moore 2B,3B,SS,OF
92 9 Raimel Tapia OF
93 9 AJ Pollock OF
94 9 Derek Fisher OF
95 9 David Peralta OF
96 9 Taylor Trammell OF
97 9 Oscar Mercado OF
98 9 Sam Hilliard OF
99 9 Clint Frazier OF
100 9 Manuel Margot OF
101 9 Adam Eaton OF
102 10 Yusniel Diaz OF
103 10 Zac Veen OF
104 10 Franchy Cordero OF,
105 10 Heston Kjerstad OF
106 10 Jurickson Profar 2B,OF
107 10 Justin Upton OF
108 10 Brandon Belt 1B,OF
109 10 Corey Dickerson OF
110 10 Victor Reyes OF
111 10 Michael Chavis 1B,2B,OF
112 10 Kole Calhoun OF
113 10 Garrett Mitchell OF
114 10 Adam Duvall OF
115 10 Jake Bauers 1B,OF
116 10 Corey Ray OF
117 10 Ian Desmond OF
118 10 Miguel Andujar 3B,OF
119 10 Monte Harrison OF
120 10 Michael Taylor OF
121 10 Jackie Bradley Jr. OF
122 10 Brandon Marsh OF
123 11 Robbie Grossman OF
124 11 Austin Slater 1B,OF
125 11 Garrett Cooper 1B,OF
126 11 Dexter Fowler OF
127 11 Yoshi Tsutsugo 3B,OF
128 11 Tommy Edman 2B,3B,SS,OF
129 11 Drew Waters OF
130 11 Avisail Garcia OF
131 11 Shogo Akiyama OF
132 11 Lewis Brinson OF
133 11 Roman Quinn OF
134 11 Kevin Pillar OF
135 11 Michael A. Taylor OF
136 11 Gregory Polanco OF
137 11 Jose Marmolejos 1B,OF
138 11 Aaron Hicks OF
139 11 Ian Happ 2B,3B,OF
140 11 Scott Kingery 2B,3B,SS,OF
141 11 Brett Gardner OF
142 11 Alex Dickerson OF
143 11 Joc Pederson 1B,OF
144 12 Dalton Pompey OF
145 12 Jared Oliva OF,
146 12 Ender Inciarte OF
147 12 Stephen Piscotty OF
148 12 Bradley Zimmer OF
149 12 Myles Straw SS,OF
150 12 Daz Cameron OF
151 12 JaCoby Jones OF
152 12 Magneuris Sierra OF
153 12 David Fletcher 2B,3B,SS,OF
154 12 Nomar Mazara OF
155 12 Kevin Kiermaier OF
156 12 Mike Tauchman OF
157 12 Jesus Sanchez OF
158 12 Micker Adolfo OF
159 12 Aristides Aquino OF
160 12 Phillip Ervin OF
161 12 Albert Almora Jr. OF
162 12 Jake Cave OF
163 12 Nick Markakis OF
164 12 Adam Engel OF
165 12 George Valera OF
166 12 Harold Ramirez OF
167 12 Shed Long Jr. 2B,OF
168 12 Christin Stewart OF
169 12 Tyler Naquin OF
170 12 Niko Goodrum 1B,2B,SS,OF
171 12 Mickey Moniak OF,
172 12 Tim Lopes OF
173 12 Robert Hassell OF
174 12 Tyler O'Neill OF
175 12 Mauricio Dubon 2B,SS,OF
176 12 Matt Joyce OF
177 12 Chris Taylor 2B,SS,OF
178 12 Khalil Lee OF
179 12 Anthony Alford OF
180 12 Seth Brown 1B,OF
181 12 Harrison Bader OF
182 12 Chad Pinder 2B,3B,OF
183 12 Victor Victor Mesa OF
184 12 Mallex Smith OF
185 12 Hedbert Perez OF
186 12 Greg Allen OF
187 12 Lazaro Armenteros OF
188 12 Tony Kemp 2B,OF
189 12 Seth Beer 1B,OF
190 12 Adam Frazier 2B,OF
191 12 Pete Crow-Armstrong OF
192 12 Steven Duggar OF
193 12 Josh Reddick OF
194 12 Adam Haseley OF
195 12 Trevor Larnach OF
196 12 Jordan Luplow OF
197 12 Leury Garcia 2B,SS,OF
198 12 Ben Gamel OF
199 12 LaMonte Wade Jr. OF
200 12 Austin Dean OF


Preseason Thoughts

It's going to take a while to get used to seeing Mike Trout below the top spot in any rankings. It was a disappointing 2020 season as he managed to finish only fifth in MVP voting and slumped to a career-low .280 average. Seriously, that's the worst he's done since his rookie year. What drops him from number one consideration is the lack of speed, as he only stole one base whereas Mookie Betts swiped 10 in 55 games. Soto has the age advantage, being just 22 years old, and Acuna has both speed and youth on his side, ergo number one outfielder status.

How long before Luis Robert joins Acuna near the top of this list? He has drawn mixed opinions in terms of redraft ADP value in 2021 but he is unlikely to reach his true ceiling for a while. There is the 32.2% K-rate that could use some work, along with the .226 xBA. Still, he's just 23 and there are few players who can boast high-end sprint speed and barrel rates, much less at such a young age. There's an argument to be made that he could be a more valuable dynasty asset than Bryce Harper or Eloy Jimenez already but Jimenez has already established himself as an elite hitter and is just 24 while Harper is a far safer bet to help in the short term and will also add in double-digit steals.

Kyle Tucker has all the tools to be a five-category contributor for the next decade but I'm almost afraid he's getting credit for something he hasn't accomplished just yet. He showed off his power/speed blend with nine HR and eight SB last year in 58 games. His 42 RBI tied for 10th in the bigs and runs shouldn't be a problem, especially if bounce-back seasons from Jose Altuve and Alex Bregman are in store and Yordan Alvarez appears closer to the baseball diamond rather than the back of a milk carton. His .268 average following .269 the previous year is justified by his .267 and .258 xBA and may settle into the norm for him. Hitting in the bottom third of the order, as currently projected by RosterResource, won't do him any favors and limits his R+RBI potential. This isn't enough to keep him out of the top 10 outfielders but should be noted when considering how far away he is from his actual ceiling.

With Marcell Ozuna re-signing to stay in Atlanta for four years, we finally know what to expect from him in the remainder of his fantasy-relevant career. It may not be MVP-caliber excellence each time out, but he's a safe bet for 30 or more homers and a boatload of RBI in the heart of the Braves lineup. It buoys Acuna's value as well, since it promises to keep him in the leadoff spot and more prone to steal.

Giving up the farm to secure Randy Arozarena is not advisable regardless of how he performs in his true rookie season. Not because he's incapable of being the monster we saw in the postseason, although it's doubtful he consistently performs at that level over a full season, but because there's just no profit to be had. Arozarena can't possibly achieve anything greater than what we witnessed the last time live baseball was in action (can he???). It's best to wait until the season begins, hope for a slow start, then pounce on the disappointed manager with an offer.

The Twins moved on from Eddie Rosario because his WAR was slowly falling as his age was rising. It's not as if he had a bad season in 2020. He hit 13 home runs, slashed a decent .257/.316/.476 and posted a 110 wRC+. It was simply a matter of his contract being up and younger prospects in the wings ready to replace him. Still just 29, Rosario should bat in the heart of the Cleveland order and provide plenty of RBI. He could even go back to swiping a few bases now that he's with a team that runs a bit more compared to the Twins, who were dead last in SB attempts per game last year.

One of those potential replacements in Minnesota is Alex Kirilloff, their top-ranked prospect heading into 2021. AK76 has a good chance to break camp on the active roster and win the left field job but he'll have to fight off fellow rookie Brent Rooker. Kirilloff hadn't fully tapped into his power at the minor-league level so it may take some time before the results come. There's also thought that he or Rooker could move to first base eventually, but that would only help their fantasy value. While Max Kepler is a solid third outfielder, especially in points leagues, he'll never help in the batting average department and Kiriloff gets the nod right now due to age. I'm giving Byron Buxton another year before he finally drops out of my top 50.

Anthony Santander is a buy-low, buy-now candidate. He remains in Baltimore despite speculation he'll get dealt before the season. If he moves to a contending team, it only helps his R+RBI chances. If he stays in Baltimore, at least regular playing time and a spot near the top of the lineup are guaranteed. He was on a torrid pace before getting injured late in the season. By mid-August, Santander was hitting .298 with a 1.035 OPS, leading the American League in RBI and extra-base hits and was second in home runs through 23 games. During a 13-game hitting streak, he batted .363 with seven homers and 18 RBI. Entering his age-26 season, Santander's value could propel exponentially if a team like the Cardinals come calling.


Deeper Options to Watch

Estevan Florial isn't expected to start the season on the Major League roster but as soon as the annual injuries to Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge happen, he could get his shot. Florial took exactly one sip of espresso in his lone game for the Yanks last year, going 1-for-3. He has great tools, grading out at a 70 speed and 60 raw power with a throwing arm that's an 80(!!!). The question is whether he'll make enough contact to put those to good use. He's a risky prospect but one worth stashing in deep leagues.

Taylor Trammell is similarly talented but raw. Speed is his calling card and it will be put to good use in Seattle; the Mariners finished third in total stolen bases in 2020 and fifth in 2019. Like many others, the loss of a minor league season will slow his ascent to the bigs, meaning a late 2021 call-up is the best chance to see him in action. The former Futures Game MVP has yet to show he can hit for average at the upper levels, batting .234 at Double-A. If he begins to do so, pay close attention.

Brandon Marsh is typically overshadowed by Jo Adell but he could be more MLB-ready. At 23, Marsh is two years older than Adell and doesn't have the same power upside but he's potentially a low-end five-category contributor. The signing of Dexter Fowler means both outfielders will likely spend most of the season in the minors, however, meaning they are simply holds in dynasty.

Standing at a stout 6'4", 255 lb, Micker Adolfo is a bigger, younger slugging replacement for Edwin Encarnacion. Unlike E5, Adolfo has a lot more swing-and-miss to his game. Eric Longenhagen makes the comp to Jorge Soler, which seems apt. It also means it could be another couple of seasons before we see him break out.

If you're building for the future, some undervalued trade targets to consider include: Victor Victor Mesa in Miami, George Valera in Cleveland, and Hedbert Perez in Milwaukee. Each of these diminutive prospects stands under six feet tall but should bring some thump to the plate.

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