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Top 5 MLB Outfields Entering 2015


Major League baseball is full of great outfielders, with Mike Trout leading the way as the best player in baseball. Teams that have made their offseason moves and spring training is drawing to a close. The outfield has become one of the most important positions on the diamond, and teams have begun to realize that. Here are my top 5 outfields entering 2015.

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5. San Diego Padres

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This team had a complete face lift this off-season, adding multiple All-stars, including Matt Kemp, Justin Upton, and Wil Myers, making them one of the most feared outfield trios in the league.

I ranked them number 5 because Wil Myers has a lot to prove as he is moving to center field, an entirely different animal. Also he has pressure on him to prove the Kansas City Royals and Tampa Bay Rays were wrong to give up on him so early.

Matt Kemp had a strong second half of 2014, but he has been hampered by injury the last few years. Staying healthy will be the key for him and the Padres success in 2015. Justin Upton is coming off 3 productive years with the Atlanta Braves and a 100 RBI season last year. I think it will be a seamless transition for the Padres. They have a lot of questions, but they have great track records and if they can get hot at the same time, look out for the Friars.


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