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Oakland A's Spring Position Battles: OF

The success of the 2012 Oakland A's offense was in large part due to the production of the team's outfielders. The A's are returning largely the same group of outfielders in 2013. Can they carry the team back to the post-season? Will any new outfielders emerge at the big league level for Oakland? How does Chris Young fit into the picture? Chris Biderman addresses these questions and more.

A Look Back At 2012 The A's got a majority of their offensive production from the outfield during their playoff run last year, getting very good seasons from Yoenis Cespedes and Josh Reddick while both were seeing their first full season of regular playing time in the big leagues. The duo spent the majority of the year in the middle of lineup, combining for 55 home runs and 167 runs driven in... Recommended Stories

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