Pittsburgh Pirates: Examining What the Opening Day Outfield Could Look Like

What could the outfield look like for the Pirates when the season begins?
Sep 16, 2023; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Pittsburgh Pirates left fielder Bryan Reynolds (10)
Sep 16, 2023; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Pittsburgh Pirates left fielder Bryan Reynolds (10) / Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
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When the regular season begins, what could the outfield look like for the Pittsburgh Pirates?

With just about three weeks to go until the Pittsburgh Pirates report to Bradenton and spring training 2024 kicks off, the team's roster is starting to take shape. This includes the outfield, which did see a bit of a shakeup earlier in the offseason when Endy Rodriguez underwent Tommy John surgery, bumping Henry Davis from the right field mix to catching.

Two of three spots in the Pirate outfield are pretty set in stone ahead of the start of the season. However, right field does remain a bit up in the air. So, today, we will dive into examining what the Pirate outfield could be on Opening Day.

Now, obviously, things could change. General manager Ben Cherington has mentioned a desire to add center field help this offseason and the Pirates have been connected to Michael A. Taylor, who remains unsigned.