The Philadelphia Phillies right fielder Jayson Werth becomes a free agent at 12:01 AM ET this Sunday.
While there is still a chance that Werth may remain in Philadelphia, many doubt that the Phillies will give him the contract that him and his agent Scott Boras are looking for.
Philadelphia's talented outfielders currently include Raul Ibanez, Shane Victorino and the young Dominic Brown.
The problem is that Werth provided a right-handed bat to a lineup that is lefty heavy. Brown, his likely replacement, bats left-handed as well.
Ibanez is not getting any younger and it is hard to predict his production next year.
If the Phillies lose Werth, they need to sign or trade for another right-handed outfielder because Ben Francisco is not the answer.
Here are the best five possible fits for the Philadelphia Phillies if Jayson Werth signs with another team.
The Philadelphia Phillies signing Pat Burrell is quite a stretch.
Burrell was no longer a fan-favorite during the 2010 NLCS when he played for the San Francisco Giants.
"Pat the Bat" would have to accept that he would not be an everyday starter, as he would platoon with Raul Ibanez in left field.
Of course it all depends on how much money and how many years Burrell will be offered from other teams.
Burrell's batting average last season was .252 and he hit 20 home runs in 120 games.
Signing the former Phillie, as a bench player, to a very inexpensive contract would not be that bad of a move.
Similarly to Pat Burrell, Austin Kearns would be mainly a bench player.
Kearns could be a nice right-handed batter that can give Raul Ibanez and Dominic Brown some days off.
Especially if Brown struggles, Kearns could play almost every other day depending on the opposing pitcher.
Kearn's salary for the 2010 season was only $750,000 so he could be a very cheap option for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Andruw Jones, a player that Philadelphia fans loathed for many years when he was on the Atlanta Braves, could be a possible replacement for Jayson Werth.
Jones had an awful year with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2008, as his skills seemed to steeply decline.
However, over the last two years, Jones has put up some pretty good power numbers.
Last season with the Chicago White Sox, Jones had 19 home runs and 48 RBI.
The problem is that his batting average was only .230.
His salary in Chicago was only $500,000, so maybe the Philadelphia Phillies could sign him to a two-year deal for less than $2 million.
The Atlanta Braves need to decide whether or not they want to keep Matt Diaz as he is a non-tender candidate.
If Diaz becomes a free agent, he would be a great fit in Philadelphia.
In 84 games last season, Diaz hit seven home runs and had a slugging percentage of .433.
Diaz is only 32 years old and is a great candidate for a two-year contract.
Jeff Francoeur is only 26 years old and is another non-tender candidate.
Franceour hits lefties well and he also has a great arm in the outfield, similarly to Jayson Werth.
The New York Mets traded him to the Texas Rangers after about 130 games last season.
Once the outfielder was on Texas, he hit .340 with his new team. He also helped the Rangers win their first playoff series and reach the 2010 World Series.
If the Philadelphia Phillies can land Francoeur, he would a great fourth outfielder on the team and take advantage of the small Citizens Bank Park.