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Starting Outfielder: Andrew McCutchen, Pirates
McCutchen (pictured) led all NL players in hits and led all NL outfielders in WAR (seven, second in the NL) and batting average (.327, second in the NL). McCutchen also finished in the top 10 in the NL in OPS (.953, fifth) and homers (31, eighth).
Starting Outfielder: Ryan Braun, Brewers
Braun led the NL in homers with 41, runs scored with 108, total bases with 356 and OPS with .987. He had the third-best WAR in the NL, and he was also in the top 10 in the NL in batting average (.319, third), RBI (112, second), hits (191, second) and stolen bases (30, ninth).
Starting Outfielder: Matt Holliday, Cardinals
Holliday is the top 10 in the NL in OBP (.379), OPS (.877), runs (95), hits (177) and total bases (298).
Backup Outfielder: Jay Bruce, Reds
Bruce had 34 dingers and an .841 OPS. He was ninth in the NL in both RBI and total bases.
Backup Outfielder: Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins
Stanton has the fifth-best WAR of any NL outfielder and had a .969 OPS in the 123 games he played. He also slugged .609, a league best, and was second in homers with 37.
Backup Outfielder: Andre Ethier, Dodgers
Ethier was in the top 10 among NL outfielders in batting average (.284) and hits (158), while mustering an OPS of .812.