As pitchers and catchers are a few weeks away from reporting to spring training, it’s time to get into the baseball state of mind.
This offseason, many outfielders have found a new home. Justin Upton, B.J. Upton, Josh Hamilton and Nick Swisher are the biggest names who have changed teams.
While some outfields got stronger, some suffered big losses. The Texas Rangers came up empty in their search for a Hamilton replacement.
Having a good outfield is a major factor in any team. Not just offensively, but the ability to cover ground and throw runners out as well.
In light of the recent blockbuster trade involving Upton, here’s a breakdown of the MLB’s best outfields heading into the season.