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Atlanta Braves News: What’s next?

Will the Braves shop Nick Markakis even after moving Matt Kemp?

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Will Braves make any more moves?

Mark Bowman in his weekly mailbag discusses what other moves the Atlanta Braves might make between now and spring training.

While I wouldn't necessarily anticipate the Braves making any significant moves over the rest of the winter, I think they still will attempt to cross a couple items off their wish list, which includes possibly adding an experienced reliever and third baseman.

Q&A: New GM Anthopoulos dishes on holidays

Bowman also caught up with new GM Alex Anthopoulos to find out what he would be doing for the holidays.

2018 MLB Travel Schedule - Braves Travel 27809 Miles

Pretty neat tool here as Baseball Savant tracks which major league teams will travel the most miles in the upcoming season. The Braves come in at just under 28,000 which is 19th on the list. The Seattle Mariners are No. 1 at over 40,000.

Atlanta Braves: Thoughts on the top prospects

Minor League Ball’s Wayne Cavadi shares his thoughts on who the Braves top prospects will be if Ronald Acuna and Luiz Gohara both open the season in the major leagues.

Speaking of the minors, Jim Callis gave Braves’ prospect Cristian Pache some high praise in his weekly mailbag segment.

The Braves may have the best prospect in baseball in Acuna, and they may have the best defensive outfield prospect in Pache, who figures to push Acuna to a corner when they both wind up in Atlanta. On the 20-80 scale, some evaluators hang 70s on Pache's center-field skills, arm and speed. Pache, the Braves' No. 10 prospect, has incredible range and instincts, and that strong arm allows him to play anywhere in the outfield he's needed.

Where are they now? Brad Komminsk

Former Atlanta Braves outfielder Brad Komminsk talks with Baseball America’s Ron Morris on why he thinks he didn’t find success in the major leagues.


Nationals finalize $4M, 1-year deal with 1B Matt Adams

The Washington Nationals officially announced on Friday that they have a deal with former Braves first baseman Matt Adams.

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