When you think about the most important positions on a baseball field, what comes to mind? The starting pitcher is the one who gets his name in the paper before the game. The catcher calls the shots, a corner infielder anchors the lineup and the closer pumps his fist when the game is won.
Outfielders don't get much glory. Patrolling the big green is a thankless effort.
In an attempt to help shine some light on these deserving players, I humbly present my power rankings of the 30 Major League Baseball teams' outfields.
I based the rankings on my best guesses for who each team's three Opening Day outfielders would be, not bench depth or up-and-coming prospects.
Read on, and be sure to tell me who I got wrong!