As things stand now, the Phillies could find themselves platooning players in both left and right…
Comparing the NL East Outfields
The Atlanta Braves had a lot of work to do on their outfield this off-season and they were able to cross everything off their to-do list just by going with one family. The Uptons will fill two of the three spots in the Braves outfield in 2013 - B.J. Upton via free agency and Justin Upton via a trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks - and Jason Heyward comes along for the ride as the lone outfielder from last season. The Uptons give the outfield a lot of speed and the Braves lineup two very solid bats to replace Michael Bourn (free agent) and Martin Prado (traded to Arizona). The addition of the two gives the Braves an upgrade over last season, but they did have to give up Prado and some talented young prospects to get Justin Upton from Arizona. Heyward had a return to form last season after slumping in his sophomore season in 2011. With three speedy outfielders, it won't be easy to get a lot of balls to drop between outfielders in the Braves outfield in 2013. In Miami, there are two of...
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