Each year, in my Crush or Flush series, I try to start with catchers and work my way around the infield and finish the offense with outfielders. It’s just more fun to talk about outfielders than catchers, so I make it easier on myself to plow through these player capsules.
Like anything else in Fantasy, the outfield is a numbers game. They have a similar feel to wide receivers in Fantasy Football. It feels like you can draft a good one at virtually any time in the draft.