The Nationals announced that Willie Harris will start on opening day for the Nationals in right field, and presumably he'll get a big share of the playing time after that. This is not very good news, because Willie Harris really isn't a very good player. And he certainly doesn't stack up against other rightfielders around the league. After all, last year, the average rightfielder hit .270 / .345 / .446. Harris hit .235 / .364 / .393, and CHONE projects him at .243 / .350 / .377 for 2010. That's a big gap. But here's the crazy thing (and I literally realized it just as I was sitting down to write a different post altogether). As underwhelming as Harris is, there's a good number of right fielders who aren't much if at all better. Check it out. Here's the list of 30 projected starting...

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