To make it easier to pick the outfield I've broken it out into a poll for each corner. The players I list at each OF position played the bulk of their time there during the 1980's. This was incredibly difficult to pick players for this, especially for LF. Amazingly there isn't a single NL OF in these polls that is in the HOF (At least not yet). Kind of sad really.
Dusty Baker - The current Cubs manager finished out his career in the 80's playing from 80-83 with the Dodgers and one final year in 84 with the Giants. During this time he picked up 1 Gold Glove, 2 Silver Sluggers and made 2 All-Star teams.
Gary Matthews Sr. - Sarge had some great years for the Phillies and Cubs, making the postseason back-to-back years (83,84) for both teams. He was the 83 NLCS MVP and in his career year in 84, led the league in OBP.
George Foster - Like Baker, Foster was on the tail-end of his career once the 80's rolled around. He still managed to put together some decent seasons with the Reds and Mets. He was an All-Star in 81 and in 82 picked up a Silver Slugger.
Jose Cruz Sr. - Not much is said about Cruz these days, but he played an integral part of the Houston Astros from 1980-87, helping them reach the postseason 3 times. Cruz led the league in hits in 83 and was a two-time All-Star as well as Silver Slugger recipient.
Tim Raines - Rock Raines played the entire decade in Montreal. And during that time he posted some impressive stats. League leader in SB from 81-84, Runs in 83 & 87, and AVG in 86. He also was named to 7 consecutive All-Star teams (81-87).
Vince Coleman - In 1985, Coleman bursted onto the scene and no base was safe. Vince posted back-to-back-to-back 100+ SB seasons from 85-87, which is even hard to imagine at this point since no player has even broke 80 steals since 1988.