The Milwaukee Brewers have a seemingly full outfield, with Christian Yelich, Lorenzo Cain, and Avisail Garcia staked to starting spots as the three highest-paid players presently on the team. But having “too many outfielders” has never stopped David Stearns before, and according to a report from Robert Murray of Fansided, the team is considering adding another starting-caliber center fielder to their current group.

The left-handed hitting Bradley, picked by the Red Sox at #40 overall in 2011, made his big league debut for Boston in 2013 and spent parts of the next eight seasons roaming the grass at Fenway Park. He has actualized some solid in-game power, twice topping 20 home runs, as well the ability to be an above-average bat, posting wRC+ marks at or above 118 in three different seasons. In general, though, Bradley has been a slightly below-average hitter in the big leagues with a .239/.321/.412 career slash line (93 wRC+) and 98 home runs across 3,281 career plate appearances.