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This is the sixth article in the series of our 2013 fantasy baseball rankings looking at the position of outfield. This year we see a changing of the guard in the top 20 as several young stars, Mike Trout, Bryce Harper and Jason Heyward are now firmly entrenched in the group.
The biggest question mark in the top 20 to me is Jacoby Ellsbury who was injured once again last season and when he did play, he showed none of the power that we saw in 2011. I think for forecasting purposes, throw that 2011 year out and anything he gives you over 10-15 home runs take as gravy on your fantasy baseball team.
Here is a look at the top 20 fantasy baseball outfielders for 2013.
1. Ryan Bruan - 2011 was 30-30, last year was 40-30 so 2013 should be somewhere in between those two seasons.
2. Mike Trout - is it possible we just saw his career season as he was turning 21? Underlying stats say there is regression coming across the board, but I have still have him slightly ahead of Kemp.
3. Matt Kemp - ...
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Up above, a photo of Bryce Harper standing in the cold on the corner of 7th and Mt. Vernon outside the Washington Convention Center after NatsFest. Jacket? No jacket. And yes, that's Jayson Werth and Danny Espinosa all snug and warm in their beards and winter coats in front of the kid to the left and right.
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Check out the "That's a Clown Question, Bro" category from the below pictures:
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Join the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association on January 28 as they hand out awards to local athletes and teams during their 109th annual banquet.
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Cole Hamels, Jimmy Rollins, Charlie Manuel, Larry Bowa, Mike Trout, and many more athletes will be in attendance at this amazing event...
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