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The Atlanta Braves raced out to a big division lead in 2013 and never looked back, surprising almost everyone who expected the Washington Nationals to dominate the NL East. The Nationals took a step back, but the Braves can expect them to regroup and be a serious threat in 2014.
Atlanta lost catcher Brian McCann in free agency to the Yankees, a big hole that will be hard to fill. It will be critical for the Braves to get some big performances out of their young, talented but unestablished players. Andrelton Simmons must continue to improve at the plate, and it's time for Jason Heyward to be a consistent offensive force.
The same can be said for Justin Upton, who got off to a blazing start last year and then really faded the final five months. B.J. Upton is in a similar situation. Atlanta's starting rotation also has some serious question marks, but is deep and talented. A healthy Brandon Beachy would do wonders for a staff in need of a true ace.
Atlanta is still every bit as talented as the Nationals, though they can't match their starting pitching. It should be a tremendous pennant race.
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