One center fielder is hitting .381 with a .409 on-base percentage and a .838 OPS with just one strikeout in 21 at-bats.
The other center fielder is hitting .182 with a .270 on-base percentage and a .573 OPS with nine strikeouts in 33 at-bats.
Would you believe that the first is Grady Sizemore? Though he hasn't played a full season since 2008, he's lighting it up for the Red Sox in spring training.
Still, does that mean he should be the Opening Day center fielder for the Sox? Lou Merloni says that Sizemore has to prove that he can play four or five days in a row before he's given that kind of responsibility.
Watch the video above to get Lou's take on every angle of the centerfield situation facing the Sox.