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June Outfielder Rankings

by Matthew Pouliot
Updated On: May 29, 2019, 7:36 pm ET

Up this week are the June rest-of-season position rankings and overall top 300. Remember that players are listed where they’re most valuable, so if you don’t see someone you’re looking for, check another position. Designated hitters are listed with the first basemen.

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Top 300 | SP | RP | OF | 1B | 2B | SS | 3B | C | DH

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Outfielder rankings

June Outfield Team 2019 May
1 Mike Trout Angels 1 1
2 Mookie Betts Red Sox 2 2
3 Christian Yelich Brewers 3 3
4 J.D. Martinez Red Sox 4 4
5 Ronald Acuna Braves 5 5
6 Andrew Benintendi Red Sox 6 6
7 Bryce Harper Phillies 8 7
8 Juan Soto Nationals 10 8
9 Eddie Rosario Twins 18 11
10 Starling Marte Pirates 12 10
11 Aaron Judge Yankees 7 18
12 Mitch Haniger Mariners 15 12
13 Rhys Hoskins Phillies 17 14
14 Giancarlo Stanton Yankees 9 9
15 Joey Gallo Rangers 20 16
16 Charlie Blackmon Rockies 11 15
17 David Dahl Rockies 13 13
18 Marcell Ozuna Cardinals 25 17
19 Tommy Pham Rays 22 21
20 Yasiel Puig Reds 14 19
21 George Springer Astros 24 20
22 Max Kepler Twins 28 26
23 Victor Robles Nationals 19 22
24 Andrew McCutchen Phillies 26 25
25 Michael Brantley Astros 37 30
26 Nicholas Castellanos Tigers 21 23
27 Michael Conforto Mets 36 27
28 Lorenzo Cain Brewers 23 24
29 Byron Buxton Twins 29 29
30 Domingo Santana Mariners 49 28
31 Gregory Polanco Pirates 40 32
32 Justin Upton Angels 27 36
33 Mallex Smith Mariners 16 38
34 Aaron Hicks Yankees 33 37
35 Nomar Mazara Rangers 32 31
36 Austin Meadows Rays 58 55
37 Ryan Braun Brewers 38 39
38 Franmil Reyes Padres 71 52
39 Randal Grichuk Blue Jays 34 35
40 Eloy Jimenez White Sox 31 34
41 David Peralta Diamondbacks 45 33
42 Trey Mancini Orioles 55 41
43 Adam Eaton Nationals 43 40
44 Kyle Schwarber Cubs 44 49
45 Hunter Renfroe Padres 47 47
46 Billy Hamilton Royals 39 44
47 Kole Calhoun Angels 60 57
48 Adam Jones Diamondbacks 57 51
49 Joc Pederson Dodgers 59 58
50 Jesse Winker Reds 53 46
51 Alex Verdugo Dodgers 75 45
52 Stephen Piscotty Athletics 52 54
53 Shin-Soo Choo Rangers 62 59
54 Ramon Laureano Athletics 42 43
55 Jorge Soler Royals 56 64
56 Jackie Bradley Jr. Red Sox 48 56
57 Kevin Kiermaier Rays 80 66
58 Corey Dickerson Pirates 46 62
59 Raimel Tapia Rockies 86 60
60 A.J. Pollock Dodgers 35 50
61 Hunter Pence Rangers 121 94
62 Yordan Alvarez Astros 206 93
63 Clint Frazier Yankees 94 65
64 Jarrod Dyson Diamondbacks 87 78
65 Ender Inciarte Braves 30 42
66 Jay Bruce Mariners 63 63
67 Oscar Mercado Indians 119 95
68 Dexter Fowler Cardinals 82 76
69 Alex Gordon Royals 104 74
70 Avisail Garcia Rays 99 83
71 Keon Broxton Orioles 97 105
72 Eric Thames Brewers 77 68
73 Harrison Bader Cardinals 67 69
74 Albert Almora Cubs 79 82
75 Nick Markakis Braves 73 72
76 Jake Marisnick Astros 112 108
77 Brett Gardner Yankees 85 80
78 Brandon Nimmo Mets 50 53
79 Manuel Margot Padres 64 67
80 Kevin Pillar Giants 68 77
81 Willie Calhoun Rangers 92 112
82 Jason Heyward Cubs 96 61
83 Leonys Martin Indians 74 75
84 Derek Fisher Astros 89 90
85 Teoscar Hernandez Blue Jays 41 48
86 Josh Reddick Astros 106 88
87 Jordan Luplow Indians 101 111
88 Christin Stewart Tigers 88 81
89 Delino DeShields Rangers 70 71
90 Franchy Cordero Padres 51 79
91 Dwight Smith Orioles 126 86
92 JaCoby Jones Tigers 98 96
93 Kyle Tucker Astros 65 97
94 Tyler O'Neill Cardinals 69 85
95 Brian Goodwin Angels 105 84
96 Bradley Zimmer Indians 120 120
97 Tony Kemp Astros 81 92
98 Leury Garcia White Sox 124 100
99 Matt Kemp Mets 76 91
100 Mark Canha Athletics 114 116
101 Garrett Cooper Marlins 129 115
102 Steven Duggar Giants 95 106
103 Lewis Brinson Marlins 78 107
104 Harold Ramirez Marlins 251 NR
105 Ben Gamel Brewers 117 109
106 Michael Taylor Nationals 110 103
107 Charlie Tilson White Sox 197 NR
108 DJ Stewart Orioles 155 NR
109 Carlos Gonzalez   72 73
110 Scott Schebler Reds 83 102
111 Anthony Alford Blue Jays 145 121
112 Billy McKinney Blue Jays 100 89
113 Curtis Granderson Marlins 108 114
114 Bryan Reynolds Pirates 188 NR
115 Tyler Naquin Indians 109 99
116 Roman Quinn Phillies 84 125
117 Gerardo Parra Nationals 122 117
118 Daniel Palka White Sox 93 132
119 Nick Williams Phillies 103 113
120 Cedric Mullins Orioles 54 98
121 Mike Tauchman Yankees 128 118
122 Odubel Herrera Phillies 66 70
123 Melky Cabrera Pirates 148 123
124 Skye Bolt Athletics 267 NR
125 Luis Robert White Sox 195 136
126 Dustin Fowler Athletics 113 119
127 Braden Bishop Mariners 149 110
128 Adam Duvall Braves 132 122
129 Juan Lagares Mets 118 127
130 Monte Harrison Marlins 207 139
131 Greg Allen Indians 102 124
132 Joey Rickard Orioles 107 101
133 Aaron Altherr Mets 153 NR
134 Jonathan Davis Blue Jays 231 130
135 Denard Span   115 131
136 Lonnie Chisenhall Pirates 91 104
137 Austin Hays Orioles 133 135
138 Terrance Gore Royals 142 126
139 Phillip Ervin Reds 139 128
140 Yasmany Tomas Diamondbacks 125 133
141 Cameron Maybin Yankees 150 143
142 Carlos Gomez Mets 147 NR
143 Travis Jankowski Padres 159 147
144 Austin Dean Marlins 163 NR
145 Robbie Grossman Athletics 164 NR
146 Tim Locastro Diamondbacks 161 NR
147 Austin Slater Giants 123 137
148 Josh Naylor Padres 203 NR
149 Ryan Cordell White Sox 204 129
150 Pablo Reyes Pirates 127 134

 

Dropping off: Dropping off: Yoenis Cespedes (87th), Adam Engel (138th), Socrates Brito (140th), Rajai Davis (141st), Isaac Galloway (142nd), Nicky Delmonico (145th)

 

  • If it weren’t for Christian Yelich’s back troubles, he would have overtaken Mookie Betts in the rankings this month. I’m just a tad wary, though.
  • Willie Calhoun would have cracked the top 70 prior to his unfortunate quad injury.
  • The Astros picked my old favorite, Derek Fisher, over superior prospects Yordan Alvarez and Kyle Tucker to join the roster when George Springer went down. Obviously, they wanted the center fielder, which makes some sense. Still, as pleased as I am to see Fisher up, his ranking doesn’t change much ... his chances of being a mixed-league guy this year likely hinge on him getting included in a midseason trade. Alvarez is easily the high man here among the young Astros outfielders. He hasn’t forced the team to play him yet, but when he does, he’s an instant mixed-league guy.
  • The Orioles called up D.J. Stewart on Tuesday and should give him plenty of time in the corner spots. He has solid pop and likes to steal the occasional base, so he should be of use in deeper leagues. He probably won’t start against lefties and he’s not in a very good lineup in Baltimore, so he comes in at No. 108 here.
Matthew Pouliot

Matthew Pouliot is the Executive Editor of NBC Sports Edge and has been doing the site's baseball projections for the last 10 years. Follow him on Twitter @matthewpouliot.