Red Sox have depth in outfield, which could lead to a deal

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FORT MYERS, Fla. — Shane Victorino still isn’t completely healthy and the jury is still out on how effective Grady Sizemore can be after being away from baseball for two seasons.

Those two things alone justify the plethora of outfielders in Red Sox camp. But if Sizemore makes it and Victorino is OK, the Red Sox are going to have an outfielder to deal or send back to the minors before all is said and done.

The Sox likely will break camp with five outfielders — Jonny Gomes, Victorino, and Daniel Nava and then two between Jackie Bradley Jr., Sizemore, and Mike Carp.

Most of the trade speculation centers around Carp, who doubles as a first baseman and triples as a third baseman.

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