Great points. The premiere power arm position has traditionally been right field, not center. Of the ten greatest arms ever, eight played right field in their primes. Clemente, Jesse Barfield, Kaline, Guerrero, Ichiro, Ellis Valentine, Bob Muesel, the great ex Yankee, and Carl Furillo, the great ex Dodger, one of the original "boys of summer" and who also had a cannon, were all right fielders. Only Willie Mays and Shoeless Joe Jackson, of the top ten, did not play right field.
This is why Trout, with his weak arm, needs to be in left. It is also why Hamilton, who has the best arm of the three, needs to be in right. On Hamilton's rest days, you would probably want to see Trumbo in Right. If Trumbo ever learns to control that gun that he has, he could be a force out in right.
I re-studied (not sure that's a word) some fielding stats on the ESPN site last night, and noticed that when it came to CF fielding percentage, they were extremely close...with PB just barely higher than Trout, but in range factor they were further apart.
Trout's RF was 2.70, and Bourjos's was 2.98. Experts say PB has more range and speed in CF than Trout.
I'd just as soon watch the two of them out there together no matter which OF position they each play. It's fun.