SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- With the acquisition of Jason Kubel from Minnesota this offseason, the Diamondbacks' outfield situation got a little complicated. Gold Glove winner Gerrardo Parra suddenly appeared out of a starting job.
Parra reported to D-backs camp at Salt River Fields on Wednesday and said he's happy the team added Kubel. He offered not even an inkling of a complaint.
But what about center fielder Chris Young, who could stand to lose a little playing time if Parra earns time in center, as manager Kirk Gibson suggested earlier this week? No complaints there, either. In fact, Young said he hasn't heard much about it.
"Nothing's been brought to my attention," Young said Thursday. "I come into spring training with the same mentality every year, as if you're trying to prove to everybody the type of player you are and what you can bring to the team. This spring is no different.
"I am a guy that likes to play day in and day out. I've always been that type of player. But nothing...