Fantasy Baseball Outfielder Rankings

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  1. 0bsessions 5 years ago

    I find the fact that J.D. Drew seems completely absent from this list to be a bit odd. The guy was a great piece to have for me last season, despite time on the DL. Yet he seems to be completely absent. What gives?

    • LTDm206 5 years ago

      I think that time on the DL is the point. Drew has averaged less than 129 games played a year in his time with Boston. I don’t want to start a J.D. Drew debate, but he can’t help you if he’s not playing.

  2. 0bsessions 5 years ago

    I find the fact that J.D. Drew seems completely absent from this list to be a bit odd. The guy was a great piece to have for me last season, despite time on the DL. Yet he seems to be completely absent. What gives?

  3. lakersdodgersyankees4life 5 years ago

    How the hell is Pierre so high? Cant hit, cant play defense… yet he is 18th?

    • start_wearing_purple
      start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

      It’s fantasy baseball so defense has no effect. But he consistently hits over .300 and steals a lot of bases which gives him a higher fantasy value than real value.

    • start_wearing_purple
      start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

      It’s fantasy baseball so defense has no effect. But he consistently hits over .300 and steals a lot of bases which gives him a higher fantasy value than real value.

    • vtadave 5 years ago

      Defense? Really?

      Drew has to be an oversight. He’s certainly more valuable than a reserve OF like Raburn.

    • vtadave 5 years ago

      Defense? Really?

      Drew has to be an oversight. He’s certainly more valuable than a reserve OF like Raburn.

  4. lakersdodgersyankees4life 5 years ago

    How the hell is Pierre so high? Cant hit, cant play defense… yet he is 18th?

  5. Oakdan 5 years ago

    Given the fact that Francoeur is on there (not to mention Gardner and Raburn, who probably won’t have full time jobs) and Fowler and Rasmus aren’t, I’m wondering who else is missing. Was this list compiled in 5 minutes?

  6. Oakdan 5 years ago

    Given the fact that Francoeur is on there (not to mention Gardner and Raburn, who probably won’t have full time jobs) and Fowler and Rasmus aren’t, I’m wondering who else is missing. Was this list compiled in 5 minutes?

  7. thegrayrace 5 years ago

    Matt Kemp getting the recognition he deserves. Nice to see. =) Better be selected for the All-Star game this year. Unbelievable that Victorino was selected over Kemp…

  8. mikey363 5 years ago

    Where is Rasmus? Did I just miss him?

  9. start_wearing_purple
    start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

    You do realize any number you put up I can put up several others… for instance his line of .225/.261/.303 last year when he has 2 strikes against him. Or his line last year of .235/.278/.350 with RISP.

  10. start_wearing_purple
    start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

    You do realize any number you put up I can put up several others… for instance his line of .225/.261/.303 last year when he has 2 strikes against him. Or his line last year of .235/.278/.350 with RISP.

  11. start_wearing_purple
    start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

    Likewise you can say something nice about any player. You can also draw the conclusion from Francoeur’s numbers with RISP that he really tends to suck under pressure.

  12. start_wearing_purple
    start_wearing_purple 5 years ago

    And are you ignoring the fact that overall he was awful last year with RISP? We could also go back and forth with this issue. You’re focusing on stats that will convince you he’s going to have a wonderful year and I’m simply going to keep pulling you back to Earth.

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