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Top 125 Dynasty Outfield Rankings for 2024 Fantasy Baseball

There’s been less turnover at the apex of the Fantrax dynasty outfield rankings than nearly any other positional group, with the notable exception of starting pitchers. The lack of any dramatic shake-ups among the upper-echelon fantasy contributors at the position shouldn’t obscure that there’s been a ton of movement as we get into some of the lower tiers, especially with top prospects like James Wood, Emmanuel Rodriguez, Lazaro Montes and Owen Caisse making significant leaps in the forthcoming Fantrax Top 500 overall dynasty rankings. The range of potential outcomes is wider than the Grand Canyon once you dip below the surface of the outfield talent pool, but there’s no shortage of intriguing talent with youngsters like Colton Cowser, Jo Adell, Steven Kwan and Jarren Duran seemingly making significant leaps at the outset of the year. That doesn’t even begin to cover some of the next generation of young prospects skyrocketing up these rankings like Zyhir Hope, Jaison Chourio, Zac Veen and Josue De Paula. As always, also make sure to check out our Top 500 Fantasy Baseball Dynasty Rankings for a look at the big picture. Without further delay, let’s dive into the rankings.

Top 125 Dynasty Outfielders for 2024

Tier 1

(1) Ronald Acuña Jr., Braves, Age: 26

(2) Juan Soto, Yankees, Age: 25

(3) Julio Rodríguez, Mariners, Age: 23

(4) Kyle Tucker, Astros, Age: 27

(5) Fernando Tatis Jr., Padres, Age: 25

(6) Mookie Betts, Dodgers, Age: 31

(7) Yordan Alvarez, Astros, Age: 26

(8) Aaron Judge, Yankees, Age: 32

(9) Corbin Carroll, Diamondbacks, Age: 23

We’re not afraid to admit that early-season struggles by five-category fantasy superstars Ronald Acuña Jr. and Julio Rodríguez are a bit perplexing in nature. Given their elite track records, we’re willing to give them a pass for now, writing off their ice-cold starts as a mirage. However, the level of concern for Diamondbacks franchise cornerstone Corbin Carroll remains at a higher threshold after his sluggish second-half performance last year has carried over into a frosty start at the outset of the 2024 campaign with a calamitous .552 OPS with just two homers and eight steals in 196 plate appearances over 45 games. It’s entirely possible that he’s playing through a lingering shoulder issue, which is adversely impacting his on-field performance. Otherwise, it’s difficult to pinpoint the reason for his complete collapse at the dish. We’re unwilling to drop him too far in these rankings given his age and proven production at the highest level already, but it’s fair to wonder if he’s fully healthy at the moment.

Tier 2

(10) Michael Harris II, Braves, Age: 23

(11) Wyatt Langford, Rangers, Age: 22

(12) Jackson Chourio, Brewers, Age: 20

(13) Evan Carter, Rangers, Age: 21

(14) Luis Robert Jr., White Sox, Age: 26

(15) Adolis García, Rangers, Age: 31

(16) Riley Greene, Tigers, Age: 23

On the heels of a sublime spring training performance, Wyatt Langford got off to a bit of a slow start in his Rangers debut with a pedestrian .588 OPS with one homer and one steal in 31 games before landing on the injured list earlier this month with a hamstring strain. The 22-year-old opened the year as the top-ranked prospect in the Fantrax Top 500 overall dynasty rankings and it’s too early to be seriously concerned. He’ll jump back up a few notches if he comes back healthy and starts mashing in a couple weeks.

There’s a case for jumping Riley Greene even higher in these rankings as a massive uptick in walk percentage has fueled a career-best .821 OPS with nine homers and one steal through 198 plate appearances over 46 games. The most encouraging development, besides the fact that he’s on pace for the first 20-homer campaign of his career, is that he’s managed to stay healthy so far after being plagued by injuries the past two seasons. The 23-year-old former top prospect is just starting his ascent and we’re probably going to put him much higher in our midseason update, assuming he keeps this going.

Tier 3

(17) James Wood, OF, Nationals, Age: 21

(18) Randy Arozarena, Rays, Age: 29

(19) Jazz Chisholm Jr., Marlins, Age: 26

(20) Cody Bellinger, Cubs, Age: 28

(21) Jasson Domínguez, Yankees, Age: 21

(22) Jordan Walker, Cardinals, Age: 21

(23) Josh Lowe, Rays, Age: 26

(24) Emmanuel Rodriguez, Twins, Age: 21

The plate skills growth that James Wood teased during spring training as a result of shortening his swing to make additional contact has carried over into the regular season as he’s pushing for a promotion to the majors with a stratospheric .353/.457/.564 triple-slash line with seven homers and 10 steals through 41 contests for Triple-A Rochester. The most encouraging development for the 6-foot-seven athletic slugger is that he’s struck out just 36 times, while also taking 31 free passes, in 188 plate appearances so far. He’ll need to prove in the majors when he gets his chance that his recent plate skills growth isn’t just a mirage fueled by facing inferior minor-league arms, but we’re extremely encouraged by what he’s doing. It’s only a matter of time before Wood gets his chance in Washington.

We’re not completely sure how the Yankees are going to approach the complex Jasson Domínguez situation once he’s back at 100 percent from last year’s Tommy John surgery as there isn’t a clear path to a starting role in New York’s crowded outfield and there’s zero point in bringing him back to the majors if he’s not going to play everyday. That doesn’t diminish his long-term forecast, but it’s a significant development as it’s starting to appear unlikely he’ll make an impact for fantasy managers this season. ‘The Martian’ didn’t disappoint last year in his brief cameo with the Yankees and at just 21 years old is one of the most promising outfield prospects in the game. His time is coming. 

Despite some encouraging Statcast batted ball metrics, Jordan Walker’s disastrous start to the 2024 campaign earned him a demotion back to Triple-A Memphis where he’s been tearing the cover off the ball, batting .318/.378/.424 with six extra-base hits and two steals in 74 plate appearances over 17 games. It’s easy to forget, given his prominent struggles in the big leagues, that he’s still only 21 years old. If there’s something to be concerned about, it’s that he’s not hitting for a ton of power at the moment, but dynasty managers should continue to exercise extreme patience here. We still believe in the talent, which makes Walker one of the most glaring buy-low opportunities for fantasy managers in long-term dynasty formats.

It’s within the realm of possibility we’re still not high enough on Emmanuel Rodriguez, who has gotten off to a phenomenal start this season for Double-A Wichita with an astronomical 1.028 OPS with six homers and nine steals through 31 contests. He figures to continue rocketing up these dynasty rankings thanks to his sweet left-handed swing and blossoming power/speed combination. The 21-year-old top prospect still has some contact issues to iron out, but it’s worth noting that he’s excelling in a tough environment for hitters, especially at the outset of the year when the weather is far from idyllic. 

Tier 4

(25) Christian Yelich, Brewers, Age: 32

(26) Walker Jenkins, Twins, Age: 18

(27) Kyle Schwarber, Phillies, Age: 31

(28) Dylan Crews, Nationals, Age: 22

(29) Jackson Merrill, Padres, Age: 20

(30) Roman Anthony, Red Sox, Age: 19

(31) Lazaro Montes, Mariners, Age: 19

(32) Mike Trout, Angels, Age: 32

(33) Bryan Reynolds, Pirates, Age: 29

(34) Owen Caissie, Cubs, Age: 21

(35) Chase DeLauter, Guardians, Age: 22

We’re in a bit of a holding pattern with Walker Jenkins, Dylan Crews, and Chase DeLauter, a trio of top prospects that have missed time in the early stages of the minor-league season due to injury. The positive news here, especially for DeLauter, is that none of them are facing extended absences. We believe in the talent long-term, but it’s going to be difficult for them to rise much further until they get healthy and start producing.

If you’re going to take a shot at lottery tickets, there are few better ones out there than Lazaro Montes at the moment. The 19-year-old Cuban native has been sizzling-hot at the dish with a .964 OPS to go along with six homers and 40 RBI in 169 plate appearances over 36 games for Single-A Modesto. We’re hesitant to push him even higher in these dynasty outfield rankings until we see him mash against upper-minors pitching, but he projects as an impact four-category fantasy contributor down the road. He’ll provide everything except for steals and could be a true middle-of-the-order force for Seattle in a couple of years. He’s still a few hyperspace jumps away, but it’s hard not to get excited.

Mike Trout was in the midst of a throwback offensive resurgence before suffering a torn meniscus in his left knee earlier this month that required surgery which will keep him sidelined until the late stages of the season. The omnipresent health concerns are real, which forces us to knock the 32-year-old future Hall of Fame slugger back into the early-30’s of our dynasty outfield rankings. Simply put, rolling the dice on a high-risk, high-upside prospect like Roman Anthony or Lazaro Montes reaching their ceiling is a better option for dynasty managers in rebuilding phases than taking a shot on Trout staying healthy as he enters his mid-30s.

If there’s a prospect that I’ve personally grown to appreciate over the last few months, it’s Owen Caissie. The 21-year-old possesses a picturesque left-handed swing, which hasn’t led to a ton of over-the-fence pop yet, but it’s fueled a .286 batting average with 11 doubles and one triple in 181 plate appearances over 42 games this season for Triple-A Iowa. His fantasy ceiling isn’t as stratospheric as some of the other top prospects at the position group, but there’s something to be said for a high-floor contributor who offers a little bit of something across all five traditional categories. This is about as high as we can reasonably push him at the position right now until we see him excel in the majors. 

The Guardians (and dynasty managers) received extremely encouraging news earlier this month when top prospect Chase DeLauter was diagnosed with a left foot fracture that will not require surgery. He’s already resumed hitting and should return to game action at Double-A Akron at some point in a few weeks. The 22-year-old certainly turned some heads with a strong spring training performance earlier this year and could find himself in Cleveland at some point in the next year.

Tier 5

(36) Spencer Steer, Reds, Age: 26

(37) Nolan Jones, Rockies, Age: 25

(38) Seiya Suzuki, Cubs, Age: 29

(39) Steven Kwan, Guardians, Age: 26

(40) Colton Cowser, Orioles, Age: 24

(41) Spencer Jones, Yankees, Age: 22

(42) Victor Scott II, Cardinals, Age: 23

(43) Teoscar Hernández, Dodgers, Age: 31

(44) Jarren Duran, Red Sox, Age: 27

This might be the most interesting group of names out of any tier at the position considering there’s a blend of up-and-coming youngsters, exciting high-risk prospects and a resurgent Teoscar Hernández, who has looked revitalized as part of the Dodgers’ loaded lineup.

Steven Kwan is on the precipice of kicking off a minor-league rehab assignment and should return to Cleveland’s lineup by the start of June. The 26-year-old contact-oriented corner outfielder was off to a surreal start, batting .353 (47-for-133) with three homers and three steals in 32 games before a left hamstring strain sent him to the shelf back in early May. The lack of over-the-fence pop puts a cap on his fantasy ceiling, but he’s rapidly emerging as one of the more reliable compilers in the fantasy landscape.

Colton Cowser’s propensity to fluctuate between sizzling-hot and ice-cold stretches at the plate is reminiscent of a young Justin Upton. The signal amidst the noise is probably somewhere in between the two sides of the coin as he’s batting .277/.371/.521 with six homers and three steals over 140 plate appearances in 42 games this season as part of Baltimore’s exciting young nucleus. There’s a case for putting him even higher on this list, but we’re probably going to need more of a track record before we get even more aggressive.

Spencer Jones and Victor Scott II are two of the most difficult prospects to rank for dynasty purposes as their respective ceilings are so far off the metaphorical charts that it’s hard to even process what those seasons would look like. The hedge is to slot them both somewhere behind prospects with a greater likelihood of reaching their apex outcome, even if there’s less upside there.

Tier 6

(45) Pete Crow-Armstrong, Cubs, Age: 22

(46) Andy Pages, Dodgers, Age: 23

(47) Max Clark, Tigers, Age: 19

(48) Christopher Morel, Cubs, Age: 24

(49) Tyler O’Neill, Red Sox, Age: 28

(50) Nick Castellanos, Phillies, Age: 32

Pages made enough noise early on at Triple-A Oklahoma City that the Dodgers were pretty much forced to bring him to the majors last month and he hasn’t stopped hitting ever since. The 23-year-old rookie has held his own with five homers and one steal in 30 games for Los Angeles and looks like he’s going to be around for a long time.

Tier 7

(51) Heston Kjerstad, Orioles, Age: 25

(52) Jo Adell, Angels, Age: 25

(53) Zyhir Hope, Dodgers, Age: 19

(54) Joey Loperfido, Astros, Age: 25

(55) Zac Veen, Rockies, Age: 22

(56) Taylor Ward, Angels, Age: 30

(57) Jung Hoo Lee, Giants, Age: 25

(58) Jordan Beck, Rockies, Age: 23

We’re not entirely sure what the Orioles are doing as Heston Kjerstad received just 17 plate appearances over seven games following a late-April promotion to the majors. The 25-year-old slugger has virtually nothing left to prove at the Triple-A level, but there isn’t a clear path to at-bats in Baltimore with everyone healthy on a contending roster. That shouldn’t diminish his long-term outlook for dynasty purposes, but it’s looking unlikely that he’s going to make a significant impact this season barring an injury to one of the Orioles’ core linchpins.

What to make of Jo Adell? Clearly he’s made some strides in the plate discipline department, slashing his strikeout rate from astronomical levels earlier in his career to a much more tolerable 24 percent rate this season. We’re not ready to boldly declare that Adell is finally putting it together at the highest level, but the 25-year-old former top prospect is checking all of the metaphorical breakout boxes at the moment with eight homers and eight steals in 127 plate appearances over 39 games for Los Angeles so far. There’s still some lingering risk that the plate skills unravel completely and torpedo his power/speed combination, but it hasn’t happened so far. The long-awaited breakout might finally be happening.

The Dodgers appear to have potentially pulled off an absolute heist when they landed Zyhir Hope last offseason from the Cubs in the Michael Busch trade. The 19-year-old, who was an 11th-round selection last June, has flashed an impressive power/speed combination so far at Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, batting .282/.378/.521 with three homers and four steals through 18 games. He’s extremely young for the level and the promising start is enough of a reason for dynasty managers to get on board already and value him as a potential top-50 dynasty outfielder already.

Joey Loperfido and Jordan Beck parlayed hot starts at the Triple-A level into their first big-league promotions. Beck offers a bit of a higher floor right away for fantasy managers, thanks to the combination of solid plate skills and power/speed combo at Coors Field, but Loperfido probably has the higher ceiling, if he can start cutting back on the strikeouts. They’re both far from sure things long-term, but could wind up much higher on this list, if they can carve out permanent roles for the Astros and Rockies, respectively.

After missing most of last year due to injury, Zac Veen has been a revelation so far at Double-A Hartford, slashing .326/.418/.568 with five homers and nine steals over 110 plate appearances in 28 contests. The 22-year-old’s offensive approach should play extremely well in Coors Field’s high-octane offensive environment and there’s still time for dynasty managers to target him in trades before he reaches Colorado.

Tier 8

(59) Jaison Chourio, Guardians, Age: 19

(60) Brandon Nimmo, Mets, Age: 30

(61) George Springer, Blue Jays, Age: 34

(62) Josue De Paula, Dodgers, Age: 19

(63) Ian Happ, Cubs, Age: 29

(64) Jorge Soler, Giants, Age: 32

(65) Cedric Mullins, Orioles, Age: 29

(66) Kerry Carpenter, Tigers, Age: 26

(67) Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Diamondbacks, Age: 30

(68) Anthony Santander, Orioles, Age: 29

(69) Starling Marte, Mets, Age: 35

(70) Daulton Varsho, Blue Jays, Age: 27

(71) Tommy Edman, Cardinals, Age: 28

(72) Brent Rooker, Athletics, Age: 29

(73) Lars Nootbaar, Cardinals, Age: 26

(74) Lane Thomas, Nationals, Age: 29

(75) TJ Friedl, Reds, Age: 28

Jaison Chourio is the biggest mover in this space as he jumps from unranked in our initial Top 500 Dynasty rankings to a top-60 spot in the dynasty outfield rankings by Memorial Day. The 19-year-old has excelled in a second go-around at Single-A Lynchburg in the Carolina League, posting an .812 OPS with two homers and 13 steals in 145 plate appearances over 33 games. has excelled in a second go-around at Single-A Lynchburg in the Carolina League, posting an .812 OPS with two homers and 13 steals in 145 plate appearances over 33 games. At just 19 years old, his stock is going to skyrocket if he continues mashing over the summer. There’s still time to get on board in dynasty leagues as he should be a prime target for managers in the midst of a rebuilding process.

The other notable prospect in this range, sandwiched amidst a plethora of established veteran sluggers, is Josue De Paula, who was handed a pretty aggressive ranking in our Opening Day Top 500 list and has backed it up ever since with an encouraging .838 OPS with four homers and four steals over 28 games as a 19-year-old at Single-A Rancho Cucamonga. He got off to a bit of an icy start but has really started to heat up since the calendar turned to May. The combination of his picturesque left-handed swing and advanced plate skills should help him move quickly. He’s another excellent trade target for dynasty managers focusing on a long-term rebuild as he doesn’t figure to reach the big leagues for another few years.

Tier 9

(76) Jacob Melton, Astros, Age: 23

(77) Drew Gilbert, Mets, Age: 23

(78) Luis Matos, Giants, Age: 21

(79) Bryan De La Cruz, Marlins, Age: 27

(80) Will Benson, Reds, Age: 25

(81) Jonatan Clase, Mariners, Age: 22

(82) Jurickson Profar, Padres, Age: 31

(83) MJ Melendez, Royals, Age: 25

(84) Max Kepler, Twins, Age: 31

(85) Michael Conforto, Giants, Age: 31

(86) Luis Rengifo, Angels, Age: 27

(87) Davis Schneider, Blue Jays, Age: 25

(88) Henry Davis, Pirates, Age: 24

(89) Byron Buxton, Twins, Age: 30

(90) Esteury Ruiz, Athletics, Age: 25

There’s going to be plenty of time to talk about Jacob Melton and Drew Gilbert in the future, but they’ve cemented their status just a notch below some of the upper-echelon prospects at the position with solid performances in the upper minors at the outset of the 2024 campaign. There isn’t exactly a clear path for either to ascend to the majors in the coming months, but they’re going to be knocking on the door by the end of the year.

With Jung-Hoo Lee undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery, Matos is going to get an extended opportunity for San Francisco as an everyday outfielder. The 22-year-old former top prospect gained some traction earlier this spring as a popular late-round breakthrough candidate after showing up to spring training in excellent physical condition and he’s gotten off to an encouraging start at the dish for the Giants, batting .385 (10-for-26) with two homers through seven contests. It’s too small of a sample size to draw any firm conclusions, but he’s clearly extremely talented and will finally get a chance to sink or swim at the highest level.

Jonatan Clase tore the cover off the ball at Triple-A Tacoma to open the year, which earned him a mid-April promotion to the majors. Unfortunately, the momentum didn’t carry over as he batted just .222 (6-for-27) with a pair of steals in nine games to earn a trip back to the minors. The 21-year-old figures to get another chance in Seattle at some point in the near future and offers enough five-category fantasy potential that he’s probably a top-100 dynasty prospect, regardless of position, at this juncture.

We’re not sure what to make of Jurickson Profar, but we can’t really ignore what he’s doing for the Padres anymore. The 31-year-old former top-overall prospect in the game has bounced around for the last half-decade at this juncture, but he’s off to an unbelievable start for the Padres this season, batting .335/.422/.522 with seven homers, 31 RBI and three steals in 187 plate appearances over 48 games. He’s highly unlikely to sustain these stratospheric production levels, but we can’t simply write it off as a small-sample mirage. He’s done enough to earn a roster spot in dynasty leagues again, even if we’re not totally sure what to make of his unexpected resurgence.

Tier 10

(91) Sal Frelick, Brewers, Age: 23

(92) Willi Castro, Twins, Age: 26

(93) Eloy Jiménez, White Sox, Age: 27

(94) Ceddanne Rafaela, Red Sox, Age: 23

(95) Giancarlo Stanton, Yankees, Age: 34

(96) Alex Verdugo, Yankees, Age: 27

(97) Wilyer Abreu, Red Sox, Age: 24

(98) Brenton Doyle, Rockies, Age: 25

(99) Masataka Yoshida, Red Sox, Age: 30

(100) Brendan Donovan, Cardinals, Age: 27

(101) Connor Norby, Orioles, Age: 23

(102) Chas McCormick, Astros, Age: 28

(103) Everson Pereira, Yankees, Age: 22

(104) Luke Raley, Mariners, Age: 29

The plate skills remain a big concern for Brenton Doyle as he’s still striking out nearly 30 percent of the time this season. However, it’s not a disqualifying variable as he can make the high-BABIP, power/speed combination work at Coors Field as long as his center-field defense remains elite. There’s an extremely wide range of potential outcomes as his lackluster plate skills could cause everything to come crashing down with a reversal in batted-ball luck. Yet, it’s easy to envision a scenario where everything comes together and results in an intriguing five-category impact fantasy contributor.

Wilyer Abreu has shown some promise in his full-season debut with the Red Sox as a reliable righty-mashing platoon partner moving forward that his emergence has all but relegated Masataka Yoshida to designated hitter.

Tier 11

(105) Austin Hays, Orioles, Age: 28

(106) Kevin Alcántara, Cubs, Age: 21

(107) Nelson Velázquez, Royals, Age: 25

(108) Brandon Marsh, Phillies, Age: 26

(109) James Outman, Dodgers, Age: 26

(110) Parker Meadows, Tigers, Age: 24

(111) Yanquiel Fernandez, Rockies, Age: 21

(112) Addison Barger, Blue Jays, Age: 24

(113) Wenceel Pérez, Tigers, Age: 24

(114) Connor Joe, Pirates, Age: 31

(115) Jarred Kelenic, Braves, Age: 24

(116) Jack Suwinski, Pirates, Age: 25

(117) Leody Taveras, Rangers, Age: 25

(118) Ryan Clifford, Mets, Age: 20

(119) Matt Wallner, Twins, Age: 26

(120) Justyn-Henry Malloy, Tigers, Age: 24

(121) Druw Jones, Diamondbacks, Age: 20

(122) Justin Crawford, Phillies, Age: 20

(123) Nelson Rada, Angels, Age: 18

(124) Mark Canha, Tigers, Age: 35

(125) Lawrence Butler, Athletics, Age: 23

There are a ton of names here. Let’s start with Joe and Canha, who are a pair of veterans still producing at the moment, which made it impossible to exclude them from this list altogether. If you’re throwing a dart here as a rebuilding dynasty franchise, it might not be a bad idea to take aim at James Outman. He struggled to the point that the Dodgers shipped him back to Triple-A Oklahoma City earlier this month, but he’s one year removed from a 23-homers, 16-steal rookie campaign. There are some glaring flaws in his offensive profile, but it might only take a fresh start for him to begin making an impact for fantasy purposes down the road.

Full Dynasty Outfield Rankings

1Ronald Acuña Jr.OFATL26MLB
2Juan SotoOFNYY25MLB
3Julio RodríguezOFSEA23MLB
4Kyle TuckerOFHOU27MLB
5Fernando Tatis Jr.OFSD25MLB
6Mookie Betts2B, SS, OFLAD31MLB
7Yordan AlvarezOFHOU26MLB
8Aaron JudgeOFNYY32MLB
9Corbin CarrollOFAZ23MLBDOWN
10Michael Harris IIOFATL23MLB
11Wyatt LangfordOFTEX22MLB-
12Jackson ChourioOFMIL20MLB-
13Evan CarterOFTEX21MLB
14Luis Robert Jr.OFCWS26MLB (IL)
15Adolis GarcíaOFTEX31MLB
16Riley GreeneOFDET23MLBUP
17James WoodOFWSH21AAA2024
18Randy ArozarenaOFTB29MLB
19Jazz Chisholm Jr.OFMIA26MLB
20Cody Bellinger1B, OFCHC28MLB
21Jasson DomínguezOFNYY21MLB (IL)-
22Jordan WalkerOFSTL21AAA-
23Josh LoweOFTB26MLB
24Emmanuel RodriguezOFMIN21AA2025UP
25Christian YelichOFMIL32MLB
26Walker JenkinsOFMIN18A2026
27Kyle SchwarberOFPHI31MLB
28Dylan CrewsOFWSH22AA2025
29Jackson MerrillSS, OFSD20MLB-
30Roman AnthonyOFBOS19AA2025
31Lazaro MontesOFSEA19A2026
33Bryan ReynoldsOFPIT29MLB
34Owen CaissieOFCHC21AAA2024UP
35Chase DeLauterOFCLE22AA2025
36Spencer Steer1B, 3B, OFCIN26MLB
37Nolan JonesOFCOL25MLB (IL)DOWN
38Seiya SuzukiOFCHC29MLB2025
39Steven KwanOFCLE26MLB (IL)
40Colton CowserOFBAL24MLBUP
41Spencer JonesOFNYY22AA2025
42Victor Scott IIOFSTL23AAA-
43Teoscar HernándezOFLAD31MLBUP
44Jarren DuranOFBOS27MLB-
45Pete Crow-ArmstrongOFCHC22MLB-
46Andy PagesOFLAD23MLB-UP
47Max ClarkOFDET19A2026
48Christopher Morel3B, OFCHC24MLB
49Tyler O'NeillOFBOS28MLB
50Nick CastellanosOFPHI32MLB-
51Heston Kjerstad1B, OFBAL25AAA-
52Jo AdellOFLAA25MLB
53Zyhir HopeOFLAD19A2027UP
54Joey Loperfido1B, OFHOU25MLB-
55Zac VeenOFCOL22AA2025
56Taylor WardOFLAA30MLB
57Jung Hoo LeeOFSF25MLB (IL)
58Jordan BeckOFCOL23MLB-
59Jaison ChourioOFCLE19A2027
60Brandon NimmoOFNYM30MLB
61George SpringerOFTOR34MLBDOWN
62Josue De PaulaOFLAD19A2026
63Ian HappOFCHC29MLB
64Jorge SolerOFSF32MLB
65Cedric MullinsOFBAL29MLB
66Kerry CarpenterOFDET26MLB
67Lourdes Gurriel Jr.OFAZ30MLB
68Anthony SantanderOFBAL29MLB
69Starling MarteOFNYM35MLB
70Daulton VarshoOFTOR27MLB
71Tommy Edman2B, SS, OFSTL28MLB (IL)
72Brent RookerOFOAK29MLB
73Lars NootbaarOFSTL26MLB
74Lane ThomasOFWSH29MLB (IL)
75TJ FriedlOFCIN28MLB (IL)
76Jacob MeltonOFHOU23AA2025
77Drew GilbertOFNYM23AAA2025
78Luis MatosOFSF21MLB
79Bryan De La CruzOFMIA27MLB
80Will BensonOFCIN25MLB
81Jonatan ClaseOFSEA22MLB-
82Jurickson ProfarOFSD31MLBUP
83MJ MelendezOFKC25MLB
84Max KeplerOFMIN31MLB
85Michael ConfortoOFSF31MLB (IL)
86Luis Rengifo2B, 3B, SS, OFLAA27MLB
87Davis Schneider2B, OFTOR25MLB
88Henry DavisC, OFPIT24MLB
89Byron BuxtonOFMIN30MLBDOWN
90Esteury RuizOFOAK25MLB
91Sal Frelick3B, OFMIL23MLB
92Willi Castro3B, OFMIN26MLB
93Eloy JiménezOFCWS27MLBDOWN
94Ceddanne RafaelaOFBOS23MLB
95Giancarlo StantonOFNYY34MLB
96Alex VerdugoOFNYY27MLB
97Wilyer AbreuOFBOS24MLB
98Brenton DoyleOFCOL25MLB
99Masataka YoshidaOFBOS30MLB
100Brendan Donovan2B, OFSTL27MLB
101Connor Norby2B, OFBAL23AAA2024
102Chas McCormickOFHOU28MLB (IL)
103Everson PereiraOFNYY22AAA-
104Luke Raley1B, OFSEA29MLB
105Austin HaysOFBAL28MLB
106Kevin AlcántaraOFCHC21AA2025
107Nelson VelázquezOFKC25MLB
108Brandon MarshOFPHI26MLB
109James OutmanOFLAD26AAADOWN
110Parker MeadowsOFDET24AAA
111Yanquiel FernandezOFCOL21AA2025
112Addison BargerSS, 3B, OFTOR24MLB-
113Wenceel PérezOFDET24MLB-
114Connor Joe1B, OFPIT31MLB
115Jarred KelenicOFATL24MLB
116Jack SuwinskiOFPIT25MLB
117Leody TaverasOFTEX25MLB
118Ryan Clifford1B, OFNYM20A+2026
119Matt WallnerOFMIN26MLB
120Justyn-Henry MalloyOFDET24AAA2024
121Druw JonesOFAZ20A2026
122Justin CrawfordOFPHI20A+2026
123Nelson RadaOFLAA18AA2025
124Mark CanhaOFDET35MLB
125Lawrence ButlerOFOAK23AAA
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