It's an interesting point. The young up-and-coming OF just haven't emerged as quickly as the corresponding starting pitcher class. The fact that guys like Sheff, Matsui, Damon, Dye, etc. are among the best second OF out there only seems to prove this point (and the drop-off from these guys is pretty big). Perhaps this is the year some of those young OF take the next step. There are definitely a number of qualified candidates for a breakthrough (Rios, Markakis, Teahen, Delmon, Baldelli, Swisher, Francoeur, Hermida, Duncan, etc.). I wonder which of these guys will take that big step (you know, the kind that Garrett Atkins took last year).