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The Atlanta Braves have avoided arbitration with pitchers Max Fried and A.J. Minter agreeing to a pair of one-year deals prior to Friday’s deadline. Teams had until 1 p.m. to negotiate or else exchange figures and head into arbitration.

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The Athletic’s David O’Brien reported that Fried agreed to a one-year, $3.5 million deal while Minter signed a one-year, $1.3 million pact.

56 — Darren O’Day
O’Day’s tenure with the Braves has been short. But the next best options are Oscar Villarreal and the 2008-09 version of Blaine Boyer.

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57 — Jorge Campillo
Campillo ranked second on the Braves with 158 2/3 innings in 2008. The rest of his big league career consisted of 22 innings spread over four seasons.

58 — Peter Moylan
From pharmaceutical rep to big leaguer within a couple months, Moylan constructed one of the most improbable stories in baseball history and then continued to enrich it over 12 big league seasons.

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59 — Paul Assenmacher
Assenmacher wore this jersey over the first three years (1986-88) of a 14-season big league career that included 884 career appearances, all but one as a reliever.

60 — Dallas Keuchel
Those three-plus months Keuchel spent in the Braves’ rotation in 2019 were enough to warrant giving him this spot instead of the ’08 version of Gregor Blanco.

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61 — Liván Hernández
Fifteen years after taking advantage of Eric Gregg’s horizontally generous strike zone in Game 5 of the 1997 NL Championship Series, Hernández joined the Braves to make 18 appearances in 2012.

62 — Touki Toussaint
Toussaint’s career has been filled with inconsistency thus far, but he has fared better than the four other guys who have worn this number for the Braves.

63 — Lucas Harrell
The two months Harrell spent with the Braves in 2016 were productive enough for him to be shipped to the Rangers in exchange for Travis Demeritte, who was also included in the ’19 trade that brought Greene to Atlanta.

64 — Emilio Bonifacio
Bonifacio wore No. 1 when he was with the Braves in 2014. But he had to settle for No. 64 when he returned in ’16 and ’17.

65 — Kyle Wright
Wright wore this number during his rough 2019 season. But he has still had more overall success than Patrick Weigel and Jorge Julio, who are the only other Braves to wear this number.

66 — Matt Marksberry
Marksberry produced a 5.01 ERA while making 31 appearances with this jersey number in 2015. But the only other Braves player to wear this number was Bryse Wilson, who did so while producing a 7.20 ERA over six appearances in ’19.

67 — A.J. Minter
Minter wore this number while striking out 43.3 percent of the batters he faced during the first 16 appearances of his career near the end of the 2017 season.

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68 — Tyler Matzek
Matzek posted a 2.79 ERA and struck out 35.5 percent of the batters he faced while constructing a great comeback story and helping the Braves finish a win shy of the 2020 World Series.

70 — TBD
The 2015 version of Dan Winkler, the ’19 version of Alex Jackson and the ’00 version of Ismael Villegas have accounted for the seven total games this number has been worn in Braves history.

71 — Jacob Webb
Webb exited 2020 looking like he has the potential to be an effective reliever for many years to come.

72 — Bryse Wilson
Wilson wore this number while making the first three appearances of his career in 2018. He tossed five scoreless innings against the Pirates in his MLB debut.

73 — Huascar Ynoa
It’s still too early to know how effective Ynoa might be. But the only other choice is the 2018 version of Wright, who already drew a default spot at No. 65.

Update: The Braves have announced the deals for Fried and Minter.

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Atlanta was unable to find common ground with right-hander Mike Soroka and shortstop Dansby Swanson who were their other two players that are arbitration eligible. That means that contract figures will be exchanged and their salaries will be set by an arbitrator in February.

Soroka’s case is interesting in that he is classified as a Super 2 but has only appeared in 37 games over three seasons. Shoulder soreness limited him to just five starts in 2018 as a rookie. He logged 29 starts and was an All-Star in 2019 but made just three starts in 2020 before suffering a torn Achilles.

Swanson and the Braves avoided arbitration last offseason with a one-year, $3.15 million deal. Swanson appeared in all 60 games for Atlanta in 2020 hitting .274/.345/.464 with 10 home runs.

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