At no position is Major League Baseball’s abundance of talent more apparent than the outfield.
For example, Kyle Schwarber has huge fantasy potential, but is being drafted behind almost 20 other players. If Schwarber can be better than, say, wretched on defense he has all the skills to put up big numbers. Yoenis Cespedes has been center-of-the-Earth hot this spring with absurd .424/.444/.909 splits and 5 dingers. David Dahl’s rib/back issue is a little concerning when considering the nature of stress injuries, but he’s another member of that Rockies offense (which includes top five OF Charlie Blackmon) poised for success. Dahl hit .315 in his rookie season, and though he may not sustain that level when he returns from injury, there’s still a lot to like. Oh and don’t forget Mike Trout and Mookie Betts are going one and two overall in most drafts. Strike early and often with this group.