Dynasty Rankings - Outfield June 2022



It’s that time. Yes, we are talking about the outfield dynasty rankings. Hopefully the Dynasty Locker Room will be able to avoid the ire of Tommy Pham. He is not on this list, which is a real slap in the face if you think about it. Maybe it will help him to know that Joc didn’t quite make it either. I was excited to be able to join the Tessmonster again this week and put our heads together for another iteration of rankings. Sadly we agreed a little more than we have been lately. Don’t worry though, there is still room for disagreement this week.


I think we can start with disagreements here. It is tough to go wrong with taking either Soto or Acuna Jr. at the top, but I have a tough time taking Ronald over Juan at this point. Maybe the supposed trade talk made Tessmonster downgrade him, but Soto is my clear #1. Acuna coming off that major knee injury (despite starting his first 20 games out with respectable numbers across the board) is enough for a downgrade for me. I am also still all in on the original young duo of this generation, Trout and Harper. It is surprising to see Mike Trout struggle to stay in the top 5, though injuries and age could begin to be taking their toll.


What are some names that stand out in the middle of the pack? Cody Bellinger for starters. What do we make of this former MVP? He has had a few warm streaks this year, but has largely shown more and more that last year might be more of who he is. Alex Kiriloff is another name that pops out. This former high end Twins prospect is in our top 40, but hasn’t had the chance to show what he can really do. A balky wrist ended his season last year and is wreaking havoc on his 2022 campaign. Which in a small sample size has been downright horrible. Hopefully that promise can begin to shine, otherwise this might be a name fading to the back.


My last surprise of the day was the fact that Tessmonster left Seiya Suzuki unranked. While I may have been overly bullish on him in previous writings, I still think he has tremendous upside. Once pitchers stopped throwing fastballs to him, he has looked much more the part of a rookie than he did in the first few weeks. None the less, I still like him a lot more than either Jo Adell or Andrew Benintendi. Both of whomst the Tessmonster offered a little love to, undeservedly so in my opinion.


Rank

Player

Jason

Tessmonster

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53

Ronald Acuna

Juan Soto

Fernando Tatis

Bryce Harper

Mike Trout

Kyle Tucker

Luis Robert

Yordan Alvarez

Julio Rodriguez

Aaron Judge

Byron Buxton

Mookie Betts

Teoscar Hernandez

Starling Marte

Jarred Kelenic

Cedric Mullins

Eloy Jimenez

Tyler O'Neill

Ketel Marte

Nick Castellanos

Riley Greene

Randy Arozarena

Bryan Reynolds

George Springer

Jesse Winker

Brandon Lowe

Giancarlo Stanton

Christian Yelich

Kris Bryant

Cody Bellinger

Andrew Vaughn

JD Martinez

Ryan Mountcastle

Austin Meadows

Alex Kiriloff

Dylan Carlson

Robert Hassell

Corbin Carroll

Brennen Davis

Alek Thomas

Mitch Haniger

Daulton Varsho

Kyle Schwarber

Lourdes Gurriel

Zac Veen

Jared Walsh

Josh Lowe

Jesus Sanchez

Andrew Benintendi

Franmil Reyes

Jo Adell

Seiya Suzuki

Luis Matos

2

1

5

4

3

6

7

9

8

10

11

12

13

17

15

14

19

16

17

21

25

20

23

18

27

24

28

29

26

33

30

31

36

35

34

42

37

39

45

38

41

32

46

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48

43

50

47

NR

NR

NR

49

NR

1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

11

13

15

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14

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19

20

25

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29

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24

31

36

32

35

37

33

39

38

34

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NR

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NR

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49

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NR

50




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