It should be an interesting season for the Pirates outfield. At one position you have a perennial All-Star entering the prime of his career with the weight of a fan base on his shoulders. At another position you have a raw talent entering his first full major league season and a potential revolving door at the other outfield position.
Let's start with what we know:
Andrew McCutchen is coming off a career year.
Andrew McCutchen -- Center Field
It's no secret that McCutchen is the best player on the Pirates' roster, and it's not even close. He's 26, finished third in the National League Most Valuable Player voting last season and made his second consecutive All-Star team. It's easy to forget with all that he's done on the field for Pittsburgh, but McCutchen has only played four m...
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Tom Bragg is a beat writer and analyst for PiratesProspects.com. He is the former sports editor of the (Fairmont) Times West Virginian and has worked at the Charleston Gazette, Charleston Daily Mail and the (Ashland, Ky.) Independent. His freelance work has appeared in newspapers all over West Virginia and he has written for The Associated Press with stories posted to several major media outlets (ESPN.com, SportsIllustrated.com, FoxSports.com). Tom graduated from Marshall University in May 2010 with a degree in Print Journalism. Follow Tom on Twitter: @TomBraggSports