In over 1,000 plate appearances, Indians centerfielder Michael Bourn has a .675 OPS and 33 stolen bases — disappointing considering his 12 million per year price tag. And with two years left on the deal (three if the vesting option kicks in), Cleveland is stockpiling centerfielders in the hope of promoting from within. In 2012, Tyler Naquin was drafted 15th overall. Clint Frazier went 5th in 2013. Bradley Zimmer fell to the 21st pick before being scooped last June. With a glut of top outfield prospects in the minor leagues, can Zimmer push to the front of the line and establish himself as the Indians centerfielder of the future?
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