MLB continued a tradition of a quiet Thanksgiving weekend this year, as transactions were generally quiet across the league. The Braves were no exception to this trend. The biggest Braves news of Saturday was that Ronald Acuna will extend his stint in the Venezuelan winter league to ten games, all at DH, from what was previously set at five, with permission from the Braves’ organization. This doesn’t seem to hold a tremendous injury risk, since he isn’t playing in the field, and whatever he needs to do to fully recover from his torn ACL should be welcomed by the Braves organization and fans alike.
Ronald Acuña Jr. was given permission by #Braves to play 10 games (all as DH) in Venezuela, up from 5 they initially approved. His winter team, Tiburones, announced he'll be with them til Dec. 7. He's also set to be in Monday's Home Run Derby (live stream @ElExtrabase YouTube).— David O'Brien (@DOBrienATL) November 26, 2022
Garrett took a look at one of the newest additions to the Braves’ 40-man roster, Roddery Munoz.
Stephen looked at fan favorite Guillermo Heredia’s final season as a Brave.
The Orioles are looking at multiple starting pitcher options on the free agent market.
Two young Rangers are considered trade candidates this offseason.
The Mariners are looking at some of the better outfielder options as free agents.
The Dodgers have reportedly shown interest in Willy Adames to fill their shortstop hole left by Trea Turner, who is a free agent.