Grady Sizemore's comeback has been THE story of spring training for the Red Sox.
On Arbella Early Edition, Trenni Kusnierek told Gary Tanguay there could be another outfield issue that fans are overlooking.
Shane Victornio, anyone?
"Everyone is talking about the center field battle between Grady Sizemore and Jackie Bradley Jr., but has anyone talked about Shane Victorino?" Kusnieriek asked.
Victornio was banged-up last season and had a slow start to spring training while he recovered from injuries.
"He has a left oblique. He has a back. He has a thumb," Kusnierek said. "I'm not 100 percent certain he breaks camp with this team."
If that's the case, it puts a lot more pressure on Sizemore, Tanguay said, and exposes the Red Sox's lack of outfield depth.
"Grady Sizemore is a great story, but is he going to be able to carry this team in center field for an entire season?" Tanguay asked.
Let us know what you think. Should the Red Sox be concerned about Victorino or the rest of the outfield?