Last week we looked at what we can expect from the league’s top 45 outfielders, today we turn to the rest of the pack. While these guys are going to go significantly later in drafts, there are a ton of young guys who bring breakout potential and can provide some great value in later rounds or even on the waiver wire.
If you’re in need of power, there’s Brandon Moss, Evan Gattis, Nick Swisher, Josh Reddick, Khris Davis, Chris Carter, Colby Rasmus, and Josh Willingham. All of those guys are near locks to hit 20+ if they stay healthy.
There are numerous guys who can very well break out this season, including Eaton, Yelich, Khris Davis, Kole Calhoun, Avisail Garcia, George Springer, Junior Lake, Nick Castellanos, Oswaldo Arcia, and Corey Dickerson. Personally, I’d say Calhoun, Davis, and Garcia are the most likely to stick.
Let’s take a look at our full 2014 fantasy baseball outfield projections and don’t forget to check out our projections for the top 45 outfielders, first base, second base, third base, shortstop, and catcher.
Stay tuned for full pitcher rankings and projections coming this week.