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Starting Outfielder: Bryce Harper, Nationals
Last year's NL Rookie of the Year, Harper has been making a case for MVP honors this season. He has 11 dingers on the season, and is second in the league in both slugging (.617) and OPS (1.011).
Starting Outfielder: Justin Upton, Braves
Upton is leading the league in dingers with 14, and is the top five in the NL in a number of categories, including OPS (.997, fifth), walks (29, third), total bases (93, third) and offensive WAR (2.1, fifth).
Starting Outfielder: Carlos Gomez, Brewers
At 2.5, Gomez's WAR is the second-best mark among NL outfielders. He boasts a triple slash of .336/.380/.566, good enough for fourth in batting average among NL players, and sixth in OPS among NL outfielders. Gomez has also stolen nine bases and notched three triples.
Backup Outfielder: Shin-Soo Choo, Reds
Choo is one of three NL players with an OPS over 1.000, thanks mostly to his .456 OBP that is second in the majors. Choo has created more runs (46) than anyone else in the NL, is second in walks, fifth in total bases and eighth in dingers.
Backup Outfielder: Carlos Gonzalez, Rockies
CarGo is one of four NL players with double-digit homers, and is leading all NL players in runs scored with 36. Gonzalez is second in extra-base hits and fourth in total bases, while boasting a .308/.401/.579 triple slash that is good enough for a .980 OPS
Backup Outfielder: Ryan Braun, Brewers
Braun has the fifth-best OPS among NL outfielders at .969, behind a triple slash of .317/.404/.566. Braun is in the top 10 in the NL in a number of categories, including OBP, slugging percentage and RBI.