For years, it has seemed that the outfield has been a plentiful supply of productive fantasy performers; it may no longer be quite the same source of offensive production -- perhaps due to an increased emphasis on defensive performance -- but that makes the good ones even more valuable, the best one, most valuable. Cheap Vapormax Nz Sale . That most valuable of all players is the Angels Mike Trout, who is in a class by himself. Over the past two seasons, Trout has scored 238 runs, 26 more than anyone else and his 82 stolen bases also leads the majors. His .324 batting average ranks second, while home runs (57) and RBI (180) are Top 25 totals. Put it all together and there is no one more valuable. Pittsburghs Andrew McCutchen and Baltimores Adam Jones are next behind Trout in runs scored over the past couple seasons, but they also bring pop to the plate, speed to the basepaths and hit for average. In McCutchens case, his .322 batting average over the past two seasons ranks third overall behind Miguel Cabrera and Trout. There are a lot of outfield options that come with question marks -- lots of upside too, but definitely question marks. Will Milwaukees Ryan Braun, presumably clean after a PED suspension, still be a masher? Prior to last seasons injury and suspension-shortened campaign, Braun had four straight seasons with at least 25 home runs, 100 RBI and a .300 batting average, with double-digit steals each season, culminating with 30-30 seasons in 2011 and 2012. The Dodgers Yasiel Puig had an immediate impact as a rookie last season, crushing 19 home runs in 382 at-bats, and there is always the concern that such a starburst beginning to a career can lead to a sophomore slump. Its worth banking on talent, and Puig has lots, but beware that he may not automatically pick up where he left off in 2013. Moving away from some of the more volatile picks near the top of the board, there are solid, but not overly exciting, veterans. Matt Holliday is consistent and Cincinnatis Jay Bruce provides reliable power. Even the Yankees Carlos Beltran has been both productive and healthy in the past couple seasons, hitting 56 home runs in more than 1100 at-bats. Other veterans come with some variance, with upside that makes them appealing. Texas Alex Rios is one of five outfielders to have at least 40 homers and 40 stolen bases over the past two seasons; the Angels Josh Hamilton had a miserable first season in California, but hes one year removed from a 43 home run season in Texas. Injuries have dinged new Yankee Jacoby Ellsbury from time to time, but hes also stolen 50 bases in three different seasons, while Torontos Jose Bautista has played a total of 210 games in the past two seasons, yet has still slugged 55 home runs. If youre looking to invest in potential, you can do far worse than targeting Washingtons Bryce Harper, a supremely-talented 21-year-old who has hit 42 home runs in his first two big league seasons, but also plays so hard that injuries may be inevitable if he doesnt learn how to better pick his spots. Milwaukees Carlos Gomez had a breakthrough year as a 27-year-old in 2013 and he joins Trout as the only outfielders with at least 40 homers and 70 stolen bases over the past two seasons. Pittsburghs Starling Marte swiped 41 bases in his first full season, Tampa Bays Wil Myers showed some power as a rookie, hitting 13 home runs in 335 at-bats. There are maybe a handful of outfielders that have the potential to hit more than 40 home runs and Miamis Giancarlo Stanton -- who has 37 and 34-homer seasons already -- is one of them. Risk with potential is also attached to the Dodgers Matt Kemp, who has missed 145 games over the past two seasons; the Mets Curtis Granderson, who played only 61 games for the Yankees in 2013, but had back-to-back 40-homer seasons prior to that. The Braves Jason Heyward had a 20-20 season in 2012 before injuries cost him 58 games last season, but Heyward has potential to put together a big power season. Cincinnati speedster Billy Hamilton has to have some value, for no other reason than hes the most dangerous base-stealer in a generation. If Hamilton has even passable on-base numbers, his steals will tilt a category. Some other young outfielders that might provide value later in drafts or in deeper leagues include the Angels Kole Calhoun, the Twins Oswaldo Arcia and the Brewers Khris Davis. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. Cheap Vapormax Nz Free Shipping . 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Golden State is sending guard Toney Douglas to the third team in the trade, the Miami Heat, who will ship center Joel Anthony to the Celtics, according to multiple sources. Crawford has done a nice job in Boston with his play-making. Led the Celtics with close to six assists per game and scoring close to 14 ppg. Things didnt work out with the Wizards and GM Danny Ainge gave him a shot and hes an improved player. Still forces a few too many shots for my taste, yet when I watch him I see a guard that starting to figure things out gradually. 2. KYLE LOWRY & DEMAR DEROZAN (Raptors): Lots of discussion of late about the all-star game. I wont lie - Im bias. I see these guys perform all the time and have watched their improvement; maturity and games evolve and would be thrilled if both made it. Theyve been a huge part of the turnaround and winning players deserve recognition. It will likely be tough for both to make it, yet if the Raptors can continue to win games (and that really helps open eyes of coaches when they pick the reserves), their chances increase. Keep it going and make it a tough decision for folks by leading your team to victories. 3. OKC THUNDER (5-4 without Russell Westbrook): Kevin Durant has been nothing short of brilliant trying to keep his team afloat. Hes even said that hes shooting too much. Theyve become a very predictable and defendable team without the dynamic point guard which is no big surprise. Cheap Vapormax Nz Online. You lose a guy of that caliber and youre going to struggle. Does GM Sam Presti sit tight and wait this turbulence out or do they try to make a move to help this teams scoring punch? Dont want to be in a position that youre without home court advantage in the second round in the very difficult Western Conference playoffs. Some deep thinking and soul searching for them as they ponder winning now vs. internal growth and patience. Good test. 4. GIANNIS ANTETOKOUNMPO (Bucks): Caught him in person for the second time on Monday night in Toronto. He fascinates me. Only 19-years old. Milwaukee took a flyer on him in the first round and Ive gotta tell you, I see why. Its not about now but when hes 22-23 years old and the game starts to come naturally to him and he figures it all out. Obviously, he needs major upgrades with his strength and stamina and that will come. Hes long, athletic and has decent skills. Definitely a guy to keep an eye on the next few years as he matures. 5. MARCO BELINELLI (Spurs): Having a wonderful year shooting the ball at 50 per cent from three-point range (tops in the NBA). Great system for him to play in and hes always been a guy that I liked since his days in Golden State. Good passer and better defender than he looks. Hes tough and loves to compete. His short stint was a major disappointment in Toronto due to injuries and conditioning but in Chicago and now San Antonio hes gotten it together. Its amazing - the Spurs always come up with guys that make complete sense to their philosophy. He fits. ' ' '