Sep 28, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago White Sox center fielder Adam Eaton lays down a bunt single against the Kansas City Royals during the fourth inning at U.S Cellular Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports
The centerfield position is the last of the AL Central outfield positions to be ranked. This position is deeper than right field but slightly behind left field. It needs to be said that these rankings are not fantasy based, but in fact based on a player’s offensive and defensive ability.
More from White Sox News
- The Chicago White Sox might have had a season ending loss
- The Chicago White Sox are expecting Tim Anderson back soon
- Miguel Cairo’s words spark life into the Chicago White Sox
- Dylan Cease should be the favorite for the AL Cy Young Award
- Ozzie Guillen speaks the whole truth about Tony La Russa
This position is full of guys who are speedsters and can cover the most ground as expected in the outfield. They also tend to be the table setters for the big bats as many of them are expected to bat at the top of the batting order.
Each of them face questions regarding health as none had over 500 at bats last year. Aaron Hicks of the Twins is the youngster, Michael Bourn is hoping to return to form, Adam Eaton and Rajai Davis are both looking to improve upon last year’s numbers, and Lorenzo Cain is looking to prove last year was no fluke.
Next: No. 5: The Youngster