Dynasty Rankings - OF - November 2021

Updated: Dec 30, 2021



As a follow up to our ongoing off-season series, we're examining player rankings for dynasty purposes heading into the 2022. We've examined starting pitchers with our top 50 rankings, and relief pitchers with our top 25 rankings so far, and now we'll turn to position players in the following weeks. This week, we'll take a look at outfielder rankings. A note that some position players have eligibility at multiple positions, and as such, will be included in rankings whenever they're expected to have eligibility for the following season. The rankings follow below, along with a couple observations. In future rankings, the rise or fall from the previous ranking will be noted as well.


With Fernando Tatis gaining OF eligibility this year, he takes a place in the top 5 rankings. Though he may not be there for long if he gets his way, he'll be among the top options next year. Trout is an unstoppable force when healthy, but the "if" around his health has become more troublesome over the last several seasons. Rodriguez makes his way into the top 10 this year, as he continues to mash baseballs. It won't be long before he gets the call to the majors. Mookie drops to 10 with his declining power numbers. He's compensated for his lower average with more walks, and he'll always score runs in bunches in this lineup. 2B eligibility is a plus for him moving forward. Mullins jumps into the top 20 with his breakout season this year - he could be something special if the Orioles can put something around him in that lineup. Buck - if you could only stay healthy for 120 games, you'd be a lock for the top 10, but he'll remain on the outside looking in for now. -Tessmonster


Dominguez is an interesting one, all the hype in the world but didn't preform up to expectations this year and sees himself falling down rankings. Depending on how your league handles a taxi squad could make the difference on where to draft him. I think I'd prefer someone like Zach Veen in this area right now. Couldn't agree more on Mookie Betts. The consensus across the dynasty community is that Mookie is still a top tier asset, but the falling power and speed numbers make me question his long-term value in dynasty. Am I upset if he's my OF1? No. Am I happy about him being my OF1? Also no. - Nation


Tyler O'Neill and Dylan Carlson took big steps forward this season, and look like they could be a big part of this dangerous Cardinals lineup for a while. Christian Yelich continues to fall as he's proven to be incapable of staying healthy or productive and the further he gets from his MVP season, he looks less likely to ever regain that form. Though Carroll missed a significant portion of 2021, he looks like a true 5-tool player early in his development. Bellinger had a decent showing in the playoffs this year, but has been well short of expectations in each of the last two years, and struggled mightily this year with a .165 average. While the potential we saw in his first three seasons is certainly still there, with each passing campaign he looks increasingly less likely that he could hit water if he fell out of a boat. - Tessmonster

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​​Ronald Acuna

Juan Soto

Fernando Tatis (SS, OF)

Bryce Harper

Mike Trout

Luis Robert

Kyle Tucker

Yordan Alvarez

Julio Rodriguez

Mookie Betts (2B, OF)

Aaron Judge

Teoscar Hernandez

Eloy Jimenez

Cedric Mullins

Jarred Kelenic

Jesse Winker

Starling Marte

Nick Castellanos

Ketel Marte (2B, OF)

Byron Buxton

Kris Bryant (3B, OF)

Tyler O'Neill

Christian Yelich

Dylan Carlson

Brennen Davis

Randy Arozarena

Alex Kiriloff (1B, OF)

J.D. Martinez

George Springer

Trent Grisham

Corbin Carroll

Riley Greene

Brandon Lowe (2B, OF)

Austin Meadows

Jo Adell

Lourdes Gurriel (1B, OF)

Whit Merrifield (2B, OF)

Jasson Dominguez

Cody Bellinger (1B, OF)

Alex Verdugo

Juan Soto

Fernando Tatis (SS, OF)

Ronald Acuna

Bryce Harper

Kyle Tucker

Luis Robert

Mike Trout

Yordan Alvarez

Julio Rodriguez

Eloy Jimenez

Aaron Judge

Mookie Betts (2B, OF)

Teoscar Hernandez

Byron Buxton

Ketel Marte (2B, OF)

Cedric Mullins

Starling Marte

Jarred Kelenic

Kris Bryant (3B, OF)

Tyler O'Neill

Jesse Winker

Dylan Carlson

Randy Arozarena

George Springer

Brennen Davis

Alex Kiriloff (1B, OF)

Christian Yelich

Zac Veen

Corbin Carroll

Jo Adell

J.D. Martinez

Brandon Lowe (2B, OF)

Nick Castellanos

Riley Greene

Austin Meadows

Whit Merrifield (2B, OF)

Jasson Dominguez

Trent Grisham

Lourdes Gurriel (1B, OF)

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