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2014 Fantasy Baseball Outfield Rankings and Projections

Our Crackerjack rankings and projections for the outfield position. Read on and go forth to dominate your fantasy baseball league!

2014 Rankings: Outfield

1. Mike TroutLAA22579116309137105126.324
2. Andrew McCutchenPIT275849622882578108.298
3. Carlos GonzalezCOL284928327802152127.299
4. Adam JonesBAL286048831961433120.286
5. Ryan BraunMIL305538827951963122.292
6. Yasiel PuigLAD235729325681859137.283
7. Bryce HarperWAS215639826731778117.276
8. Hunter PenceSF316138525951554122.282
9. Alex RiosTEX335817818813338100.280
10. Jacoby EllsburyNYY30596901164394691.285
11. Carlos GomezMIL285498423673936138.264
12. Matt HollidaySTL34540912489572103.299
13. Jay BruceCIN276038832101764169.254
14. Giancarlo StantonMIA24512793583578162.264
15. Jose BautistaTOR3345982287878389.264
16. Shin-Soo ChooTEX315798616611984142.276
17. Justin UptonATL265539726731277147.269
18. Yoenis CespedesOAK285467628831245132.265
19. Starling MartePIT255136915473825138.280
20. Billy HamiltonCIN23458704425740100.266
21. Matt KempLAD295466619621143120.281
22. Alfonso SorianoNYY385556833941436149.255
23. Josh HamiltonLAA33562842896450156.263
24. Wil MyersTB23563782280948138.256
25. Torii HunterDET38572791781444113.281
26. Mark TrumboARI28594773396549163.249
27. Alex GordonKC306239119781167140.271
28. Carlos BeltranNYY3751369227525088.285
29. Jason HeywardATL245968523641071112.269
30. Coco CrispOAK34553771358275866.269
31. Norichika AokiKC3260380948205246.290
32. Jayson WerthWAS35553702162963110.282
33. Michael CuddyerCOL3545867207394595.281
34. Brett GardnerNYY30530888503560114.263
35. Domonic BrownPHI2662367217195895.267
36. Brandon MossOAK30540712978350135.260
37. Shane VictorinoBOS33584781458254081.274
38. Michael BournCLE31604845543355137.269
39. Josh ReddickOAK275558022741166122.243
40. Curtis GrandersonNYM335497825851775182.228
41. Christian YelichMIA225627420501866144.254
42. Desmond JenningsTB274928515552966120.249
43. Alejandro de AzaCWS305818814661849130.267
44. Will VenableSD315306514532342116.261
45. Avisail GarciaCWS234567218591129127.270
46. Khris DavisMIL2647259206565495.261
47. Kole CalhounLAA2650458156084886.272
48. Oswaldo ArciaMIN23343562263339143.267
49. Nelson CruzBAL33538592474538113.262
50. Austin JacksonDET274557813591362137.271
51. Leonys MartinTEX2653961754313595.257
52. Nick SwisherCLE33505742376178134.254
53. Angel PaganSF3246574852174172.279
54. Dexter FowlerHOU283957610511572121.261
55. Carl CrawfordLAD3254671852162873.285
56. Cameron MaybinSD27459661051264199.264
57. Ben ReverePHI2651265136372858.282
58. Gerardo ParraARI2750675950144599.280
59. Nick MarkakisBAL3049377116525972.279
60. Michael BrantleyCLE2754868764144572.277
61. Melky CabreraTOR29383721057123966.277
62. George SpringerHOU245564813522048108.256
63. Josh WillinghamMIN35518612275372138.234
64. Adam EatonCWS2542060846174485.257
65. Junior LakeCHI244615516441130115.261
66. Colby RasmusTOR27449632162345125.238
67. Craig GentryOAK3058159341284172.276
68. Denard SpanWAS3044870443184269.277
69. Michael SaundersSEA274576815521763144.228
70. Lorenzo CainKC2846064750174098.269
71. Trevor PlouffeMIN28502622058239118.241
72. Jackie Bradley Jr.BOS24436671253950110.247
73. Eric Young Jr. NYM2936356228303466.250
74. Matt JoyceTB2938855175375490.250
75. Ichiro SuzukiNYY4050758840182861.278

Amidst player profiles and strategy articles what a fantasy owner really wants around draft time is a solid rankings that helps them at the draft table and a set of projections that they can trust.

Rankings list can come in many different forms. Crackerjacks uses a blend of calculated and curated. In order to put trust in a set of fantasy baseball rankings, it’s important to understand the pros and cons of each type of list: curated, calculates and conglomerate.

Click HERE to read more about how the different types of fantasy baseball lists are created and which one will best fit your needs.

It’s also important to be able to trust the projections in front of you. Is it a set of overly optimistic numbers that is formed solely on the wish of rainbows and unicorns? Is it a pessimistic list created from the conversations of 5 grumpy old grandpas? Or it is what you want, a realistic set of player expectations for the 2014 fantasy baseball season?

You need the best set of projections possible if you are going to be competitive in your fantasy baseball leagues and we think we’ve done a pretty solid job here.

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