5. Joc Pederson
Following a similar pattern and profile of a few players on this list is Joc Pederson. Pederson is yet another player that plenty of people have been clamoring for the Guardians to acquire for some time.
The former Dodgers, Cubs, Braves, and most recently, Giants outfielder has proven to have a good amount of pop in his bat and has proven to be a solid addition to pretty much any major league lineup. With 186 home runs in his 10-year career, Pederson is more than capable of providing a much-needed influx of power in a Guardians' outfield that lacks it pretty much across the board.
While Pederson may not be the player who hit 36 home runs for the Dodgers in 2019, he should still be able to hit somewhere in the range that he has the past few seasons. Pederson hit 15 home runs in 2023 and 23 in 2022, so expecting somewhere in the range of 15-25 long balls from the veteran outfielder is not out of the question.
Considering the group of Steven Kwan (5), Will Brennan (5), Ramon Laureano (3), Oscar Gonzalez (2), and Myles Straw (1) combined to hit 16 last season, this would be a more than welcome addition to Cleveland's outfield group.