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The Atlanta Braves had an interesting offseason that saw them make moves that appear to signal a rebuilding movement despite the fact that they will soon move into a new stadium.
The Braves traded away their top two outfielders in Justin Upton and Jason Heyward, getting prospects and pitcher Shelby Miller in return. Miller will be a welcome addition to the starting rotation.
To fill a hole in the outfield, the Braves signed Nick Markakis, who is from the area, away from the Baltimore Orioles. Markakis had to undergo offseason neck surgery, which can't be what the Braves had in mind when they signed him.
B.J. Upton first lost his brother as a teammate and then changed his first name to "Melvin" in the offseason which hopefully signals a fresh start for a player that has been a major disappointment.
It isn't all bad for the Braves, who have a solid first baseman in Freddie Freeman and one of the best defensive players in the game in shortstop Andrelton Simmons. Craig Kimbrell remains the game's best closer, but how many chances will he get this year?
It's hard to figure out just exactly what the Braves are trying to do. It's hard to question this franchise given its storied history, but Atlanta looks like a team that's just good enough to tease its fans that it might be a playoff team.
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