This year's MLB free-agent market has two starting-caliber center fielders: George Springer and Jackie Bradley Jr.
Springer's market will be limited to teams willing to offer an annual value north of $20 million and perhaps an overall contract value in excess of $100 million, but the lower price point on Bradley means a wider net of potential landing spots.
A reunion with the Boston Red Sox, the only team he's played for during his eight-year career, remains a distinct possibility.
However, a number of other teams are hot on his trail, and he stands as one of the market's most compelling players given his up-and-down offensive production and game-changing defense in center field.
With free agency underway, let's look at how all 30 teams stack up as landing spots for Bradley based on their financial flexibility, roster needs and status as contenders.