The current crop of center fielders in the National League, actually the entire MLB, is fairly weak. At least that is what my findings reveal to me. Weak may be a strong term—but with the statistics they are producing right now—let’s just call them below average.

A quick gander at the stats supports my claim. As a set, they are batting .269/.341/.423 with 6 HR and 24 RBI. I just don’t think that this is enough production, as we are nearing the midway point of the season.

The top four finishers in my formulated analysis separate themselves from the rest.

I compared their averages in OBP, SLG, OPS+, HR, RBI, SB. Pwr/Spd, Fld %. Each player’s stats are listed on a table at the end of this show.

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