Mixed Outfielder Rankings

It’s not feasible, wordpress-wise, to print and link all of the outfielders in a single post. And once the season gets going, we are splitting the RotoGraphs staff into positional correspondents – and the short straw would certainly be starters and outfielders if we were going to keep those positions in the hands of a single writer. So instead, you’ll have an American League outfield correspondent and an NL one (hint: you’re looking at him). Same for pitchers.

But in the meantime, you mixed leaguers are left wondering where you should get your best outfield rankings. Wonder no longer, because I’ve shared a mixed-league composite of the RotoGraph outfield rankings in this google document right here. Hopefully this will help you dominate your league. Starters will come later in the week, and you can always find this post by hitting the ‘outfielders’ tag in the ‘categories’ box to your bottom right. Here are the AL Outfielders and the NL Outfielders if you want more analysis.

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With a phone full of pictures of pitchers' fingers, strange beers, and his two toddler sons, Eno Sarris can be found at the ballpark or a brewery most days. Read him here, writing about the A's or Giants at The Athletic, or about beer at October. Follow him on Twitter @enosarris if you can handle the sandwiches and inanity.

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jpjazzman
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jpjazzman

Boo having to wait until work is over because my company hates Google and blocks Google Spreadsheets/docs

Royal Man
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Royal Man

Double Boo. Stupid work.