If you thought the infield was a trendy joint, just wait for the outfield. Last week, we dove into some prospect trends in the infield for dynasty leagues. This week, our focus is on outfield prospect trends, and boy, are there a lot of them. Two big names joined the elite this season, while a few others frustrated their dynasty owners for much of the last five to six months. Are these trends just a product of 2018 or are they indicative of future value? Let's dig in. Outfield Prospect Trends Trending Up Alex Kirilloff,…
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What you talkin' 'bout Eric? Juan Soto's no the top dynasty prospect? You mean there's someone better?
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Here it is prospect hounds! Eric Cross' updated prospect rankings (51-100) for midseason 2018.
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These aren't going to be a lot of the names you're familiar with on top-100 lists. At least, not yet anyway. Each man below wasn't a highly-regarded prospect entering the 2018 season, but their performances are getting their names firmly on the map as prospects on the rise. Now, they weren't totally ignored before the season. I mean, the first name on this list is a second-generation hitter that plays on the same team as two current top-20 prospects. But they weren't elite names that were highly sought after in dynasty…
So, here we are nearing the one-third mark of the season. Top MLB prospects like Ronald Acuña, Walker Buehler, Gleyber Torres, and most recently Juan Soto, have already gotten the call to the Major Leagues. When these type of prospects get the call, fantasy owners fight over them like a crazy mob of parents on Black Friday trying to get the hot new toy that their kid will forget about and stop playing with by February. The difference between top prospects and Christmas toys are that we are a bit less likely to forget about…