The Milwaukee Brewers believe they have room for more than one Gold Glove center fielder in their outfield.

Milwaukee finalized the $24 million, two-year contract with Jackie Bradley Jr., whose deal allows him to opt out after this season to become a free agent again.

Bradley, who turns 31 on April 19, joins an outfield that already includes 2019 Gold Glove center fielder Lorenzo Cain, 2018 NL MVP Christian Yelich and Avisaíl García, giving the Brewers four experienced starters for three outfield spots. Bradley won an AL Gold Glove with Boston in 2018 and was a finalist for the award in 2014, 2016 and 2019.

I think weve just got a lot of great players here, Bradley said Monday from the Brewers spring training camp in Phoenix. Im excited to be in the mix. The opportunitys going to present itself. I dont have to worry about making the lineup. Im here to help the team win, and thats my main focus.

The Brewers need for outfield depth has become more apparent the last few days.

Cain is dealing with a quadriceps issue that has slowed his progress this spring training, potentially complicating his status for the start of the season. Cain had opted out of the 2020 season after playing just five games.

Ill do everything possible to get ready, Cain said. I plan on being on the field opening day.

Cain, who turns 35 on April 13, called Bradley an unbelievable defensive player who can swing the bat and a welcome addition to the team. Cain didnt express any concern that the addition of Bradley could affect his own job security.

Its not a challenge to me, Cain said. I feel like Ive shown what I can do, day in and day out, year in and year out, what I can do as far as center field. If what Ive done in the past is not enough, then what can I say?

Brewers president of baseball operations David Stearns said there should be plenty of at bats for all four outfielders, even if everyone stays healthy.

If we look at three outfield positions, conservatively there are 2,100 plate appearances, Stearns said. Thats a lot of playing time. Thats a lot of plate appearances. We want as good of players as possible to consume all of those. So now to hopefully be able to have four really, really good players consuming those 2,100 plate appearances, that puts us in a really good spot.

Stearns noted that Cain had some wisdom teeth removed before the start of camp that had shut him down for a week to 10 days. Cain said he later hurt his quadriceps while running the bases.

Brewers manager Craig Counsell said Cain wasnt on the field last week and added that hes going to be slowed by this and were at a point where the schedule starts to get a little tight, but I think we still have time to be ready for the season.

Look, this is part of what can be expected when you have a player who relies a great deal his lower body, who wasnt in a competitive environment for a long time, so we knew we needed the spring and the entirety of the spring to get him going, Stearns said. Unfortunately weve lost a chunk of that at this point. Well see how the next couple of weeks go.

Cain remains optimistic about his chances of being ready for the April 1 opener.

As far as getting on the field and seeing live pitching, thats the only setback I see, Cain said. I think Ill get caught up to speed real quick. Im doing everything possible to get back on this field as soon as possible. I think Ill be ready to go.

If Cain is ready for the start of the season, the Brewers could face some interesting decisions as they try to divide playing time among these four experienced outfielders.

Its not something I have to worry about, Bradley said. Ill leave that up to Craig and the people who are running the show. Im going to be focused on helping the team any way I possibly can, and wherever Im playing, lets go.

Milwaukee opened a roster spot by placing utilityman Tim Lopes on the 60-day injured list. Counsell said Lopes injured an oblique while swinging a bat in an exhibition game last week.