2019 Fantasy Baseball prospects: Outfielder rankings, dynasty targets from MLB insider

You can find speed, power, contact and just about anything else you might need to win your Fantasy Baseball leagues from outfielders, but identifying the next wave of exciting young players can be a challenge. A look at 2019 Fantasy Baseball dynasty rankings tells us that there are several major league-ready 2019 Fantasy Baseball prospects in the outfield. So before your draft, be sure to check out the 2019 Fantasy Baseball rankings from SportsLine's Scott White. His top 20 list of outfield prospects will help you find value come draft time. 

White has spent over a decade as CBS Sports' Fantasy Baseball analyst, been named the FSWA Baseball Writer of the Year and was the 2017 runner-up in the famous Tout Wars league -- the most prestigious league for Fantasy Baseball experts from around the country. 

Now he has studied the upcoming crop of prospects and identified the top 20 Fantasy Baseball prospects in the outfield you need to know about heading into the 2019 MLB season. We'll give away Nos. 8-10 with White's analysis for each: 

8. Alex Verdugo, Dodgers 

The Dodgers' emphasis on depth during the Andrew Freidman era means they've never given themselves a chance to warm up to Verdugo, whose greatest value to them now might be trade bait. You would like to see more power from him, but at this point he's too proven as a contact hitter to stay in the minors. 

9. Taylor Trammell, Reds 

Trammell's numbers dipped with his move up to high Class A, but he's still one of the few power/speed threats in the minors today who isn't at risk of being suffocated by strikeouts. His future looked a little rosier when he was hitting .315 after the first three months, capturing Futures Game MVP honors soon afterward, but the good so far outweighs the bad for a player with a couple years of development still ahead of him. 

10. Luis Robert, White Sox 

The one-time Cuban standout and terror of the Dominican Summer League a year ago faltered in his first taste of full-season ball, but he also wasn't totally himself, battling a thumb injury all the way through July. It helps explain why he seemed so overmatched, failing to hit a single home run despite an obvious power profile. A strong AFL showing offers continued reason for optimism. 

White is revealing the rest of his top 20 Fantasy Baseball outfielder rankings over at SportsLine, and it includes a young prospect close to a callup who he considers "another Christian Yelich-type" This is a prospect who could pay dividends for Fantasy Baseball players for years to come. 

Who are the top 20 outfield prospects that Fantasy Baseball players need to know about? And which rookie is on the fast track for success? Visit SportsLine to see Scott White's complete breakdown of the 20 best outfield prospects, all from an-award winning Fantasy Baseball analyst who can give you a huge edge in your league.

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