1. Gordon (95)
2. Blanco (85)
3. Maier (84)
4. Francoeur (91)
5. Dyson (87)
6. Cabrera (85)
I'm not sure whose stats this club official was looking at but it sure wasn't Cabrera's. The guy had a career 86 OPS+ before joining the Braves. His best season was his rookie year back in 2006 (.280/.360/.391/95 OPS+), which was also the last time he had an on-base percentage above league average. His career .328 OBP trails his two competitors for the centerfield job, Blanco (.358) and Maier (.330).
If Gordon doesn't get traded Maier seems the most likely to be on his way out. Moore displayed his lack of faith in Maier last winter when he brought in Podsednik and Ankiel so I can't really see how Maier remains on the team especially now that there are three ex-Braves in the outfield. And even if he does I doubt he sees all that much playing time.
Of more concern to me than that is this could be a prelude to a Gordon trade. Readers of this blog know very well I'm still a believer in Gordon, I think it would be a mistake to trade him. True he hasn't been all that productive since his mini-breakout season in 2008 (109 OPS+, 3.1 WAR) but I think a lot of that can be attributed to injuries and the team basically not knowing what to do with him. Despite his disappointing 2010 season there are two reasons I remain optimistic about his future, his 12.1 BB% and his .254 babip. If his babip approaches his career mark of .294 and his walk rate remains the same he could be in for a fine season. It'd be a shame if that happened for another team.