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2008 Fantasy Preview: Outfielders
01/30/2008 4:39 PM ET
Below is a chart of every outfielder ranked and covered in's 2008 Fantasy Preview, a rundown that includes established big leaguers and up-and-coming prospects.

The list features dollar values compiled by our staff based on standard 23-man, $260, 5x5 mixed-league play. We included projected stats for the 2008 season as well as a one-liner prediction that encapsulates every player's value in 10 words or fewer. This page will be updated throughout the spring to reflect the impact of inevitable transactions, injuries and changing job situations.

An indispensable part of the draft-day kit, the cheat sheet can make the difference between winning and losing your fantasy league. With quick-hitting rankings and forecasts, it'll help you keep the remaining players on the board in order as the draft wears on. The last thing you want to be doing is flipping through some magazine when it's your turn to pick.

So play fair, but don't forget your cheat sheet when you head to your draft.

Stats listed are 2008 projections.
Dollar values based on standard 5x5 play, $260 budget per 23-man team.   
Mixed rankings: C | 1B | 2B | SS | 3B | OF | SP | RP | Top 100        Go to: AL OF | NL OF
 Outfielders TM $$ Avg R HR RBI SB Notes
Matt HollidayCOL36.333110361259Great park, great hitter ... what's not to love?
Ryan BraunMIL34.2891113910719Budding star, even if he declines after historic debut.
Carl CrawfordTB34.307103169059Don't think twice about grabbing him in first round.
Alfonso SorianoCHC32.293100328028Likely first-rounder remains great all-around threat.
Grady SizemoreCLE32.293128298229Power-speed potential too impressive to ignore.
Carlos LeeHOU31.30590311208Hitting machine reliably delivers big numbers.
Carlos BeltranNYM31.2741003411518A little brittle but still all-around elite player.
Magglio OrdonezDET28.328104281173Added protection should help keep numbers lofty.
Vladimir GuerreroLAA28.32284301155Veteran superstar to deliver more of the same.
Ichiro SuzukiSEA27.33111085545Expect elite AVG, R and SB totals from Mr. Consistency.
B.J. UptonTB26.27294269033Potential 30-30 player offers multi-position eligibility.
Alex RiosTOR26.2981062610218Expect talented youngster to continue improving.
Eric ByrnesARI25.27295238538Expect repeat of '07 breakout production.
Lance BerkmanHOU25.28498331103Starts slowly but usually finishes north of 100 RBIs.
Manny RamirezBOS25.31596331091Future HOFer likely to bounce back.
Adam DunnCIN24.259103411048Another 40-HR season in store.
Hunter PenceHOU23.302902610517Last year's production not beginners' luck.
Bobby AbreuNYY23.294114159819Safe bet to provide usual steady production.
Chris YoungARI23.25796347931Could deliver early-round value.
Corey HartMIL23.293102228826Likely to at least match '07 output.
Brad HawpeCOL22.29584311203Delivers big numbers despite struggles vs. LHPs.
Gary SheffieldDET22.293106269113Will rake as long as health holds up.
Nick MarkakisBAL21.307842610022Rising star asked to shoulder offensive load.
Torii HunterLAA21.27695259221Could struggle to live up to contract-year performance.
Curtis GrandersonDET21.268105226720All-category threat sidelined with broken finger.
Chone FigginsLAA21.29310145848Won't hit .330 again but will rack up the steals again.
Shane VictorinoPHI20.28097146241Offers good pop and valuable speed.
Delmon YoungMIN20.28288219817Has talent to overcome poor plate discipline.
Jason BayPIT20.2779026959Young enough to recover from knee problems.
Nick SwisherCWS19.26410833935Trade to CWS could rekindle power numbers.
Vernon WellsTOR19.27788249314Return to health should lead to rebound.
Hideki MatsuiNYY19.288102261052Business as usual for productive run producer.
Matt KempLAD18.30878177622Primed for breakout year.
Jeff FrancoeurATL17.30482241003Homers down and walks up in '07 but still has promise.
Jermaine DyeCWS17.2778831924Second-half surge points to comeback season.
Juan PierreLAD17.28910124352Gold standard for SB, but look elsewhere for power.
Johnny DamonNYY16.28183145823Looking at potential drop in PT.
Jeremy HermidaFLA16.3027024857Big second half bodes well for future star.
Andruw JonesLAD16.25890331054Bank on rebound campaign.
Pat BurrellPHI15.2628032981Streaky but provides legit power.
Justin UptonARI14.26581187520Former No. 1 pick will begin showing all five tools.
Josh Hamilton TEX13.2857326785Could deliver big numbers if health holds up.
Kosuke FukudomeCHC13.30386167514Don't expect big power from talented import.
Raul IbanezSEA13.2868522952Has enough left for one more productive year.
Ken Griffey Jr.CIN13.2757326852Unlikely to to top 140 games again.
Michael CuddyerMIN12.2819321955Improved plate discipline should lead to rebound.
Willy TaverasCOL12.2939033139Speedster in ideal situation to thrive.
Jose GuillenKC12.2837720865Productive vet to miss first 15 games of '08.
Aaron RowandSF12.2788316758Production likely to decline after career year.
Wily Mo PenaWAS12.2737028722Has 30-HR power.
Chris DuncanSTL12.2676528851Return to health to boost power numbers.
Jacoby EllsburyBOS12.2906575030WS hero could help you carry SB on his own.
Mike CameronMIL12.25770206816Power-speed threat suspended for first 25 games.
Jack CustOAK11.2557230880Should provide legitimate power with regular AB.
Rick AnkielSTL11.2747427822Comeback kid could be legit HR source.
Josh WillinghamFLA11.2718026936Power source ready for next step.
Mark TeahenKC10.29182187115Has discipline to regain '06 promise.
Gary Matthews Jr.LAA10.26477156516Don't expect return to '06 form.
Lastings MilledgeWAS9.27875166816Late sleeper has five-tool potential.
J.D. DrewBOS9.2859418906Likely to rebound after disappointing '07.
Jason KubelMIN9.2827320848Should build on second-half form from '06.
Felix PieCHC9.27875106521Will have chance to develop tools.
Josh FieldsCWS9.2585118571Must beat out Joe Crede or return to Triple-A.
Adam JonesBAL8.2767315718Cornerstone in Baltimore's future.
Michael BournHOU8.2728023338Could be Taveras 2 in Houston.
Travis BuckOAK8.2858316727High upside and full-time gig screams sleeper.
Franklin GutierrezCLE8.27870146612Could provide cheap source of HR, SB.
Jay BruceCIN7.2704816543Blue-chip prospect won't be handed starting job.
Coco CrispBOS7.2736255322May need to be traded to get most of value.
Milton BradleyTEX7.2964815526Healthy season could lead to huge numbers.
Nate McLouthPIT6.27385165526Likely starting CF could be nice sleeper in '08.
Austin KearnsWAS6.2708024822Seemingly has put injuries behind him.
Garret AndersonLAA6.2855614680OF/DH crunch likely to lead to diminished PT.
Carlos GomezMIN5.2686865333Full-time job should lead to 40-plus SB.
Geoff JenkinsPHI5.2756525801Expect power boost in Philly.
Cameron MaybinFLA5.2606084521Minor League demotion can only help long-term value.
Colby RasmusSTL5.27585157015Five-tooler will be hot commodity by summer.
Corey PattersonCIN5.2755584526Time is running out for former stud.
Jonny GomesTB5.24965287415Could have big year with improved patience.
Moises AlouNYM5.3155016522Injury-prone hitting machine to begin '08 on DL.
Jose BautistaPIT5.2586417634Late bloomer with some pop and NL-only sleeper.
Matt DiazATL4.3086515605Has hit well last two years, could be serviceable.
Xavier NadyPIT4.2755818683Hasn't proven he can stay healthy.
Carlos QuentinCWS4.2525819653In right place to bounce back from '07 bust.
Rajai DavisSF4.2783311821Speedster to see share of PT in LF.
Melky CabreraNYY4.28275116611Defense ensures regular AB in OF.
Luke ScottBAL3.2656019734Has pop, could earn starting LF job.
Ryan ChurchNYM3.2756318745Could boost numbers in potent lineup.
Brad WilkersonSEA3.2486023656Injuries robbed him of peak years.
David DeJesusKC3.28197115812Likely to post improvements across the board.
Randy WinnSF3.28774126013Keep in mind for post-break production.
Bill HallMIL3.2746818666No lock to bounce back from '07 struggles.
Reggie WillitsLAA3.2865902522Likely won't replicate numbers in crowded outfield.
Marlon ByrdTEX3.2927210657PT, ballpark factors tip in his favor.
Barry BondsFA3.2857226704Home run king awaiting DH offers.
Jerry OwensCWS3.2795623128SB potential warrants consideration in all formats.
Dave RobertsSF3.2716522429Aging SB threat unlikely to stay healthy.
Andre EthierLAD3.301399462Has solid skills but no guaranteed job.
Jason BottsTEX3.2645816520Could do some damage with regular AB.
Jacque JonesDET2.282508586Power gone but should help AL-only owners.
Brian GilesSD2.2646410492Risky coming off knee surgery at 37.
Jim EdmondsSD2.2515014611End of the line near, PETCO won't help.
Jayson WerthPHI2.284488428Injuries in OF could enhance streaky hitter's value.
Elijah DukesWAS2.2254216386Has decent upside but could struggle to find AB.
Ben BroussardTEX2.2654413522Should benefit from Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Cody RossFLA2.276468303Worth stashing away after raising eyebrows in '08.
Ryan SpilborghsCOL2.3053813482Still waiting for chance at regular AB.
Cliff FloydTB2.2754814563Could remain relatively healthy as part-time DH.
Matt StairsTOR2.2704311411Won't receive same opportunities in '08.
Shannon StewartTOR2.2845774310Stock up after winning starting LF job.
Mark KotsayATL 2.251426333Injury-prone OF carries too many question marks.
Ryan FreelCIN2.2595042025Likely to be forced back into utility role.
Kenny LoftonFA2.2786143314Late-season drop-off cause for concern.
Nyjer MorganPIT1.2932801617Has wheels to help NL-only owners.
Ryan RaburnDET1.284347325Offers more offense than most utilitymen.
Scott PodsednikCOL1.2694111717Speedster likely won't see much playing time.
David MurphyTEX1.273337262Could see AB in place of oft-injured Milton Bradley.
Jay PaytonBAL1.271558566Should see PT given underwhelming competition.
Scott HairstonSD1.2524815474Has power but may not last as starting LF.
Josh AndersonATL1.2584823618Should deliver SB as starting CF.
Dan OrtmeierSF1.2554484413First-base job there for taking.
Marcus ThamesDET1.2554621431Has power but needs more PT to realize value.
Joey GathrightKC1.2834002318Should deliver more SB, but can he maintain AVG?
Adam LindTOR1.265339360Top prospect to get more Minor League seasoning.
Juan RiveraLAA1.283287260Will struggle to find PT in crowded outfield
Andrew McCutchenPIT1.2612762510Five-tool stud could get shot soon
Sammy SosaFA1.2554015571Still has power stroke, just needs job.
Brandon JonesATL1.273284364Athletic OF will start in LF platoon.
Gabe GrossMIL1.278368301Headed to bench with Braun taking over LF.
Brian BartonSTL1.270296319Rule 5er can hit if he sticks.
Steven PearcePIT1.286418466Worth picking up given enough AB.
Wladimir BalentienSEA1.260154154Power-speed threat needs place to play.
Ryan LudwickSTL1.2623411412Nice speculative play in deeper leagues.
Freddy BynumBAL1.2663262111Will deliver more SB with more PT.
Frank CatalanottoTEX1.2724412422On-base skills helps case for PT.
Kevin MenchTEX1.2653312360Power means little without improvement against righties.
Jay GibbonsBAL1.264319250Former promising power hitter on downswing.
Tike RedmanBAL1.2714732412Speedster could land CF job.
Endy ChavezNYM1.291342259May have hard time logging backup AB.
Shelley DuncanNYY1.2612510290Expect solid pop off bench.
Nelson CruzTEX1.2424013393Time is ticking on chance to start.
Craig MonroeMIN1.241307302Will have hard time holding onto starting job.
Victor DiazHOU1.2422111202Has power, but discipline needs work.
Matt MurtonCHC1.284327202Will produce if given starting opportunity.
Emil BrownOAK1.2714811375Could be useful reserve player.
Norris HopperCIN1.3124101111Likely stuck behind Freel until Bruce emerges.
Ben FranciscoCLE1.282397326Has talent, just needs PT.
David DellucciCLE1.266389301Expect mild comeback campaign.
Reed JohnsonFA1.274333282Homeless after being cut by TOR.
Luis GonzalezFLA1.261297312Veteran set for reduced role.
Trot NixonARI1.271274181Nothing more than a reserve OF.
Delwyn YoungLAD1.280193143Stuck in OF logjam.
Timo PerezDET1.28112091Impressive '07 AVG won't help PT.
Eric HinskeTB1.2534210404Young enough to turn around career.
Jeff BakerCOL1.268278343No openings in potent lineup.
Greg DobbsPHI1.278376362Value squashed by Pedro Feliz signing.
Jason MichaelsCLE1.277356314Dellucci's return to limit PT.
Fred Lewis SF1.282202162Needs more big games to earn legit PT.
Tony Gwynn Jr.MIL1.264120126Will claim backup role at best.
Reggie SandersFA1.267368242Injury potential presents too much risk.
Nook LoganFA1.2602801216Free-swinging speedster looking for home.
Bobby KieltyBOS1.264182200Ignore playoff heroics on draft day.
Jason LaneNYY1.210147171Poor AVG offsets good power.
Brian AndersonCWS1.245153122Needs to prove himself with big Triple-A season.
Nate SchierholtzSF1.276124124Has potential but no job.
Chris SnellingPHI1.2488290Likely to struggle for AB once again.
Cory SullivanCOL1.280152206Would need another Taveras injury to contribute.
Rondell WhiteFA1.24595180Oft-injured vet likely to retire.
Angel PaganNYM1.251162143Won't see many chances as backup OF.
Sam FuldCHC1.25216142Overachiever might be No. 4 OF.
Eric PattersonCHC1.264143113Power-speed guy needs only a legit shot.
Carlos GonzalezOAK1.267378412Will be major run producer, likely by '09.
Brent LillibridgeATL1.261153137SS with speed could get crack in OF.
Jason TynerCLE1.278250156Can help with AVG, SB in deep formats.
Rocco BaldelliTB1.260143122On DL indefinitely with fatigue syndrome.
Justin MaxwellWAS1.245114167Five-tooler to bide time in Minors.
Chris MarreroWAS1.2453240Rising fast with power to spare.
Matt LaPortaMIL1.23893110Power bat will be ready before there's a spot.
Jordan SchaferATL1.2435152Give him a year, and you'll get 20-20.
Dexter FowlerCOL1.2437165Premium athlete has five-tool potential.
Tyler ColvinCHC1.252102113Multi-tool CF just needs some refinement.
Ryan Langerhans WAS1.221185161Not much help as defensive-minded OF.
Austin JacksonNYY1.2334252Toolsy OF started to figure things out in '07.
Willie HarrisWAS1.24112095Will have hard time finding PT in crowded OF.
Travis SniderTOR1----------Keeper leaguers should get to know this masher.
Gabe KaplerMIL1.265174161Unlikely to contribute much after year off.
Chris DuffyPIT1.25214195Former speed threat buried on depth chart.
So TaguchiPHI1.274335284Won't see as many AB in PHI.
Alejandro De AzaFLA1.233201174Opportunity may have already passed in FLA.
Reggie AbercrombieHOU1.2352081812Intriguing power-speed option lacks discipline.

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