The Dynasty Guru’s Top 125 Dynasty Outfielders, Nos. 41-75

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We continue our detailed look at outfielders with a guy who is being shopped, and could see a huge change in value if he does move…

41) Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies (Age 28, Previous Rank: 117)

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The Dynasty Guru’s Top 125 Dynasty Outfielders, Nos. 21-40

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The outfielders continue with one of the most difficult guys to rank in all of fantasy baseball…

21) Billy Hamilton, Cincinnati Reds (Age: 24, Previous Rank: 26)

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The Dynasty Guru’s Top 125 Dynasty Outfielders, Nos. 1-20

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With so many outfielders as options, even rankings 125 is going to leave some guys that deserve a ranking out in the cold. Just remember that the deeper the list gets the less that actually separates these players. So while there could be 15-20 spots between two players, they may actually be quite similar in overall value. Speaking of being similar in overall value, there’s no one that can say that about the guy leading off our outfield rankings:

1) Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels (Age: 23, Previous Rank: 1)

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The Dynasty Guru’s Top 50 Dynasty Shortstops, Nos. 21-50

 

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The list continues with the guy who manned the middle of the infield for the World Series competing Royals:

21) Alcides Escobar, Kansas City Royals (Age: 28, Previous Rank: 27)

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The Dynasty Guru’s Top 50 Dynasty Shortstops, Nos. 1-20

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The shortstop list might be the most prospect-heavy one thus far, and there’s good reason for that. There’s ample talent at the position in the minor leagues that has yet to move off for defensive purposes. The ranks will thin out as that happens, but for now, it’s a well stocked position. To that end, some of the weaker fantasy options at the major league level won’t appear on this list. This isn’t for lack of consideration, but rather the eminent availability of such types make them less valuable than someone with even a glimmer of hope.

1) Troy Tulowitzki, Colorado Rockies (Age: 30, Previous Rank: 1)

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The Dynasty Guru’s Top 50 Dynasty League Third Basemen, Nos. 21-50

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We’ll kick off the second part of our list with a player likely to debut across the diamond:

21) D.J. Peterson, Seattle Mariners (Age: 23, Previous Rank: 32)

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The Dynasty Guru’s Top 50 Dynasty League Third Basemen, Nos. 1-20

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The hot corner has lost some valuable commodities in recent years, as the like of Miguel Cabrera and Edwin Encarnacion no longer qualify, and it’s yet to gain ascendant talent like Anthony Rendon. Still, The Bringer of Rain proved he was more than a one-time wonder with a second straight dominant season that pushed him to the top of the third base rankings, and there’s plenty of promising prospect talent behind him:

1) Josh Donaldson, Toronto Blue Jays  (Age 29, Previous Rank: 7)

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