FANTASY BASEBALL 2020: TOP 60 OUTFIELDERS

In parentheses I’m putting actual positions that they’re also eligible or about to be eligible for early into the season.

1. Ronald Acuna Jr., (LF, CF, RF) ATL

2. Christian Yelich, (RF) MIL

3. Mike Trout, (CF) LAA

He doesn’t steal much and has quietly been injury-prone the last few years.

4. Mookie Betts, (RF) BOS

Trade candidate in his contract year.

5. Cody Bellinger, (CF, RF) LAD

6. Juan Soto, (LF) WAS

7. Aaron Judge, (RF) NYY

He always outdoes his projections, especially with average and his last 2 seasons featured freak injuries. A healthy Judge is an MVP candidate.

8. Bryce Harper, (RF) WAS

9. J.D. Martinez, (DH) BOS

His back is a concern.

10. Starling Marte, (CF) ARI

He’s getting old for a player whose value is dependent on stolen bases.

11. Giancarlo Stanton, (LF) NYY

Major injury risk in a contract year. He can have an MVP year or miss most of it.

12. Austin Meadows, (RF) TBR

13. Tommy Pham, (LF, CF) SDP

When Tampa Bay trades a player while expecting to contend, there might be something wrong. He’s also moving to a pitcher’s park. All that said, few have his ability to help in all 5 hitting categories.

14. Marcell Ozuna, (LF) ATL

If he can steal bases like he did last season, he’ll be undervalued at his current price. He’s also in a contract year.

15. George Springer, (CF) HOU

16. Kris Bryant, (LF) CHC

Trade candidate.

17. Joey Gallo, (LF, CF, RF) TEX

18. Luis Robert, (CF) CWS

Never played a game in the Majors, however it’s hard to ignore those projections.

19. Yordan Alvarez, (DH) HOU

He might have a sophomore slump and doesn’t steal bases.

20. Charlie Blackmon, (RF) COL

21. Whit Merrifield, (CF, RF) KCR

22. Eddie Rosario, (LF) MIN

23. Trey Mancini, (LF, RF) BAL

24. Eloy Jimenez, (LF) CWS

25. Jorge Soler, (RF) KCR

26. Khris Davis, (DH) OAK

Was last season a fluke due to his injury?

27. Victor Robles, (CF) WAS

28. Ramon Laureano, (CF) OAK

29. Lourdes Gurriel Jr., (LF) TOR

He didn’t play a full season in the Majors yet, but the projections look good.

30. Nicholas Castellanos, (RF) CIN

31. Nelson Cruz, (DH) MIN

He will heavily decline any year now.

32. Andrew Benintendi, (LF) BOS

33. Jeff McNeil, (RF) NYM

34. Max Kepler, (RF) MIN

35. Aristides Aquino, (LF) CIN

36. Michael Conforto, (CF, RF) NYM

37. Justin Upton, (LF) LAA

38. Oscar Mercado, (CF) CLE

39. Byron Buxton, (CF) MIN

He’s very injury prone and probably won’t come close to his projections.

40. Kyle Schwarber, (LF) CHC

41. Andrew McCutchen, (LF) PHI

He missed most of last season due to injury and is in decline.

42. Hunter Renfroe, (LF, RF) TBR

I could see a breakout outside a pitcher’s park and with Tampa Bay.

43. Franmil Reyes, (RF, DH) CLE

44. A.J. Pollock, (LF) LAD

He’s injury prone, but if he’s healthy he’s a steal at his current price.

45. Yasiel Puig, (RF) FA

46. Mitch Haniger, (RF) SEA

Will miss the beginning of the season.

47. Lorenzo Cain, (CF) MIL

He’s in decline.

48. Ender Inciarte, (CF) ATL

49. Joc Pederson, (RF) LAD

He’s a trade candidate in his contract year with heavy platoon splits.

50. Shin-Soo Choo, (RF, DH) TEX

He’s in his contract year.

51. Brett Gardner, (CF) NYY

52. Gregory Polanco, (RF) PIT

53. Kevin Kiermaier, (CF) TBR

He’s very injury prone.

54. Adam Eaton, (RF) WAS

He’s injury prone.

55. David Dahl, (LF, CF) COL

He’s very injury-prone.

56. David Peralta, (LF) ARI

57. Corey Dickerson, (LF) MIA

58. Tommy Edman, (RF) STL

Will he start? Will he continue being a different player than he was in the Minors?

59. Willie Calhoun, (LF) TEX

60. Bryan Reynolds, (LF) PIT

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