Outfielders are generally the biggest bats on the team, and sometimes the biggest players too. Find out who made the Hall of Fame as an outfielder in this section.
The Pittsburgh Pirates were very surprised when Kiki Cuyler debuted with one of the greatest rookie seasons in 1924. He batted .354, the fourth highest average in the National League, hit 16 triples, and stole 32 bases. He entered the Hall of Fame in 1968.