Biggest Spring Standout: Los Angeles Dodgers

As spring training wraps up and teams head north across the majors, let's take a look at one player from every team that made the biggest impact on his squad this spring. 

For the Los Angeles Dodgers, the biggest standout during Cactus League play was center fielder James Outman.

The 25-year-old only had a 4-game cup of coffee with the Dodgers last season, and there were no guarantees whatsoever entering spring that he would make the club. But a sensational spring has won him a job, and likely the starting gig in center field. 

Outman batted .294 with a .982 OPS in the Cactus League, with three home runs, four doubles, a triple, and 11 RBIs.

His brief trial last July went much the same, as he went 6-for-13 in his four games in the bigs, with a homer, two doubles, 3 RBIs and six runs. 

At Double-A and Triple-A last season, the former 7th-round pick in the 2018 MLB Draft put up pretty much the same rate numbers as he did this spring: .294 with a .978 OPS, and he mashed 31 home runs to go with 106 RBIs, 101 runs and 13 SBs.

He's also a good defender with a strong arm and good speed. 

Seems like the Dodgers won't be missing Cody Bellinger much this season. 

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