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Jackie Bradley Jr. is an interesting potential free agent target for Atlanta. He’s played in Boston for his whole career, and the best way for me to describe his career so far would be “Ender Inciarte but with periods of actual above average offensive production”. He has been a spectacular defensive centerfielder, and has had multiple seasons at around 120 wRC+.

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In the shortened 2020 season he posted a 119 wRC+ with a good balance of contact, on-base skills, and power. This has been his model for offensive success when he has been at his best. 2019 was much worse though on offense, at a wRC+ of 90.

Defensively, the metrics are conflicted. UZR and DRS (Defensive Runs Saved) have him as neutral to slightly above average in the last two years, but Statcast’s OAA (Outs Above Average) have him in the 90+ percentile over that same period. All of the metrics graded him out as genuinely elite before 2019. I will call him a good defensive centerfielder conservatively.

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Free agency is in full swing, and as the 2021 MLB season quickly approaches, teams are looking to add those last few pieces to make them a contender. While he hasn’t experienced it often in his 16 years as a professional, Brett Gardner is one of those free agents on the market.

Gardner has provided a spark to the New York Yankees since his 2008 debut. Does the 37-year-old veteran outfielder have enough in the tank to help the Atlanta Braves this season?

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The Yankees selected Gardner in the third round of the 2005 MLB draft and the College of Charleston alum made quick work of the minors. In the Yankees (over)hype machine that is their minor league system, Gardner was never a top prospect for the team, nor did he really sniff the MLB top 100.

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Gardner’s early years were spent as the versatile fourth outfielder in a crowded outfield that featured Johnny Damon, Melky Cabrera and Nick Swisher playing daily and Hideki Matsui splitting time at DH and right field. After his brief debut in 2008, Gardner became a mainstay the following season, having a tremendous ALCS on the Yankees road to the World Series victory.

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By 2010, Gardner was the starting left fielder, a spot he would hold down for the next decade. He quickly became a fan favorite from his scrappy play. Gardner could slap the ball to all fields and had some sneaky power as well as 20-stolen base potential. His plate discipline worked pitchers deep, and though he wasn’t a high-average hitter, he was frequently on base thanks to his patience at the plate. A late career power surge earned him his first and only All-Star nod and in 2019 at the ripe old age of 35, he blasted a career-high 28 home runs.

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Gardner played 49 games last season and did things that Brett Gardner is known to do. His average continues to decline as he sells out for more power, but he’s always had an impressive walk rate while keeping the strike outs in check (his 16.5 percent walk rate last season was well above league average). The one thing Yankees fans didn’t have to watch in this abbreviated season was Gardner’s second-half plunge. With 2019 the anomaly, Gardner became somewhat notorious for posting lesser stats as the year progressed. Last season, he heated up as the season wound down and postseason played out.

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As many spectators are aware, Gardner is also known for his fire. Whether it’s going all out and climbing a wall or beating the ceiling of the dugout with a bat after a strikeout, Gardner’s flame made him beloved amongst Yankees fans, and annoying to everyone else.

While Gardner is still keen at the plate luring pitchers into deep counts with some of the best discipline in a free-swinging AL East, his play in the field has diminished. Though he’s still quick, as expected with age, he’s not as fast to the ball in the outfield as he once was, but he can still play serviceable defense.

His final line for his last full season in 2019 was .251/.325/.503 with a career-high 28 home runs and 10 stolen bases. Last season in 49 games, hit hit .223 with a .747 OPS and five home runs. Both seasons he posted wRC+ numbers above league average, so he can clearly still be productive.

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Sign him or pass: Where does Gardner fit with the Atlanta Braves?
Gardener is an interesting case. At age 37, and in decline, is he the right fight for a young and fiery Braves team? He’s going to likely command a $6 to $8-million contract for one year, and possibly the $10 million he made last year. While that is not expensive by any means, it is also a lot more than a Nick Markakis type, who the Braves paid $2 million to last season. Most reports are that the Yankees are still very interested in bringing back the Gardy Party at a discounted price tag from his $10-million option. Simply put, there is no need to get into a bidding war with the Yankees on Gardner.

On the other hand, the Braves current outfield options on the 40-man roster are not exactly plentiful. While Ronald Acuña, Jr. and Cristian Pache seem locks for the opening day lineup, who will fill that left field spot? Is 2021 another year of Ender Inciarte?

Luckily, the Braves have outfield depth aplenty in the minors, so a long-term answer isn’t needed (but George Springer would be more than welcomed if you’re listening AA). Can a crafty veteran who can still work a count with the best of them be a nice fit for the younger guys on the lineup to learn from watching? Based on the Braves recent spending history, a multi-year deal on a veteran outfielder seems out of the question.

If the Braves do bring back Marcell Ozuna, does Gardner go back to the fourth outfielder role he hasn’t had since his rookie campaign? And if he does, is he worth the price tag? Last season was supposed to be Gardner’s return to the fourth-outfielder role, and with the Yankees amid their annual injury bug, Gardner put up a 110 wRC+ season as the starting left fielder and put up a monster postseason. The guy simply doesn’t go away.

As you can see, there are plenty of questions surrounding a Gardner signing. While it wouldn’t be a terrible move, it doesn’t seem to fit the direction the team is headed.

Should the Braves sign him?

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There are basically two realistic scenarios in which the Braves would sign Bradley Jr. as a starter. One scenario is if they have no intention of letting Ender Inciarte play meaningful innings and also want Pache to spend a good part of the next season in the minor leagues. In this scenario, Bradley could be a good defensive centerfielder for the club, with real offensive upside and an offensive floor that is close to Inciarte’s ceiling. One problem with this scenario is that Pache seems ready and is the level of prospect that I would not sign a non-star player to block. The other problem is that Inciarte would be sitting on the bench and being payed a lot of money for a player that could probably produce similar to what I would expect Bradley Jr. to produce. Additionally, this scenario would leave Atlanta still needing a starting left-fielder.

The second reason would be if they buy into his offense from 2020. This isn’t entirely insane, because he did have two full seasons before 2020 of well above average offensive production, but those were in 2015 and 2016. From 2017-2019 his season wRC+ has been 89, 90, and 90, which doesn’t exactly make me comfortable buying into an offensive resurgence. Buying into his offense seems especially dubious, since his Statcast batted ball profile (based on exit velocity and launch angle) already indicates that his 2020 offensive production was more luck-based than a real improvement in his play. He has a huge split between his xwOBA and wOBA, and all of his Statcast offensive metrics are either average or below average (aside from his BB%, which is actually in the 70th percentile). With all of that said, if Atlanta buys into his offense, he could be signed to play a corner outfield spot or center.

As you can tell, I do not find either of these scenarios in which Atlanta signs Bradley Jr. to be very compelling. There is a scenario in which I would love to have Bradley, however. This scenario is if his free agent market is either substantially depressed or virtually non-existent and he is willing to sign a relatively cheap deal as a bench player which is unlikely. Bradley is a good defender with the ability to play any spot in the outfield. He is also a lefty bat that is about league average against right handed pitching, and a good baserunner. He would be a fantastic piece of the bench, with the ability to come on as a defensive replacement for whoever ends up being Atlanta’s left-fielder (this would be especially useful for a Marcell Ozuna type), to pinch hit against right handed pitching, and to be a pinch runner if necessary. Ender Inciarte’s contract of $8 million to be a similar type of player to Bradley (albeit likely worse offensively) makes this scenario unlikely to actually happen in my opinion, but if Atlanta finds a way to trade Inciarte it might make a lot of sense.

MLB Trade Rumors projected Jackie Bradley Jr. for a two year $16 million contract in their top 50 free agents piece at the beginning of the offseason. This seems like more than Atlanta would pay him, since they would likely prefer to just sign Adam Duvall for cheaper to play left-field and allow Pache to roam center. Atlanta might be willing to spend a little bit more if they can off-load Inciarte in a trade. Bradley will likely be looking to sign somewhere where he can play every day, but the economics of baseball are strange right now, so it isn’t out of the realm of possibility.

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As we all look to turn the page from 2020, we take a look at why the 2021 season will be a special one for the Atlanta Braves and their fans.
There is always hope and optimism with a new year just like a new baseball season. But there are plenty of reasons to believe this will be the year for the Atlanta Braves.

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It’s been over 25 years since the Braves last won a World Series — there only one in Atlanta — and that’s despite reaching the postseason in 16 of those 25 seasons.

There have certainly been some opportunities for this team to take home the crown again, but I’d argue that they’re now setup more than ever to win the World Series.

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Those teams in the early 2000s were just hanging on to the magic and weren’t really a threat to win a World Series.

Some of those 2010-2013 teams I thought were good enough to make a run, but they didn’t seem like World Series favorites to me.

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It’s very different with this current Braves’ team, especially after coming within one game of reaching the 2020 World Series — where I think they would have beaten the Rays just as easily as the Dodgers did.

7. Ozzie Albies’ K/9 and BB/9
A right wrist bone bruise limited Albies to just 29 games last season, but when he was on the field — whether he was pressing to make up for lost time or not — the second baseman struggled. His strikeout rate climbed from 16 percent to ‘19 to 24.2 percent and his walk rate dropped to a career-low four percent. He was simply swinging more and missing more, with the swing rate at his highest yet (58.2 percent), while producing more swinging strikes (13.3 percent). It all resulted in a paltry 13.8 line drive rate for a player that has averaged 22.1 in his career and was at 25.5 in 2019’s Silver Slugger campaign.

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8. Luke Jackson’s xFIP
He shed the punching bag label in 2019 when he was a 1.3 fWAR player and was fanning 13.13 per nine, but Jackson regressed in ‘20, and was again the fodder of Braves Twitter. The man once dubbed Your Friendly Neighborhood Slider Man saw that pitch go from a dominant 12.0 WSL in ‘19 to minus-4.6 and his ERA ballooned from 3.84 to 6.84. But most alarming was an awful 4.70 xFIP, a jump of 2.00 year over year as Jackson had a 38.1 hard-hit ball rate, his worst in a Braves uniform. With little movement so far in adding to a bullpen that’s without Darren O’Day, Shane Greene and Mark Melancon and the Braves tending him a $1.9 million deal, it appears he’s going be counted on to get back to his ‘19 ways.

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There is no question there is still some work to be done on the offensive side, but the core is still there for this team to be very special.

Freddie Freeman is coming off an MVP season and finally looks healthy. Before the 2020 season, he said he’d pretty much been dealing with elbow discomfort for nine years. I don’t see him slowing down any time soon.

Ronald Acuna Jr. might quickly become the best player in all of baseball, and 2021 seems like a great time to make that claim.

On a side note, I find it kind of irritating that Fernando Tatis Jr. is getting so much hype when Acuna is better and just as exciting. And I love Tatis, but I wish Acuna would get the same amount love he’s getting.

Ozzie Albies was never right during that short 2020 season. Hopefully he’s had an offseason to heal and will be back to his All-Star caliber self in 2021.

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Dansby Swanson has proven he can play Gold Glove-caliber defense and be a threat at the plate.

That’s really what I consider to be our core four position players. And again, it would be a shock if Alex Anthopoulos doesn’t add a big middle-of-the-order bat to join them making this lineup extremely deep.

On the pitching side, I wouldn’t be surprised if Mike Soroka and Max Fried are competing for NL Cy Young votes in the 2021 season.

As with all pitching, you just hope they can stay healthy for the entire season. I think that’s the hardest thing about winning a World Series is having your frontline starting pitchers healthy for the postseason.

Can you imagine how different things might have gone in the 2020 postseason with a healthy Mike Soroka?

And now they have a veteran in Charlie Morton to back them up, along with another young gun in Ian Anderson.

We all know how good the bullpen was in 2002. It will be had to duplicate that type of success, but they should still be one of the best in baseball.

NEXT: Is a Big Bat Needed?
This is what we’ve all been waiting for — an influx of young, controllable, cheap talent mixed in with some established veterans. This team has what it takes, after 2020 they know what it takes, and now they just have to get it done.

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The Braves claimed a former Phillies reliever and outfielder on Friday.
Amid rumors that the Atlanta Braves are interested in stealing away star free-agent J.T. Realmuto from the Philadelphia Phillies, the National League East division rival went ahead and added two recently cut players who formerly donned red pinstripes on Friday.

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According to the Braves team transactions page, they claimed RHP Victor Arano and outfielder Kyle Garlick off waivers from the Phillies, filling the last two openings on their 40-man roster. Arano, 25, and Garlick, 28, were designated for assignment on Monday to clear room on the Phillies 40-man roster for infielder C.J. Chatham and reliever Archie Bradley.

Arano pitched 73 games for the Phillies across the 2017-19 seasons, going a combined 3-2 with a 2.65 ERA, 1.138 WHIP, and 80-23 strikeouts-to-walks ratio spanning 74 2/3 innings and 17 games finished. The Mexico native underwent elbow surgery in 2019 and missed the entire 2020 season with a shoulder injury.

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RELATED STORY: Phillies: Mickey Moniak gets boost amid Kyle Garlick news
The Phillies acquired Garlick from the eventual World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers last February for minor-league left-hander Tyler Gilbert. The California native outfielder showed signs of some power in his rookie season with the Dodgers in 2019, slashing .250/.321/.521 with four doubles, three home runs, and six RBI across 30 games and 53 plate appearances.

ATLANTA — After George Springer and Michael Brantley agreed to their respective deals this week, there was reason to reassess who the Braves might get with their pursuit of a power hitter. But thoughts of J.T. Realmuto entering the conversation seemed unlikely.

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So, on Thursday morning, it was somewhat surprising to see FanSided’s Robert Murray report the Braves are “circling on free agent J.T. Realmuto.” But given the scarcity of power hitters available, this option does make sense, despite the fact Atlanta veteran catcher Travis d’Arnaud has another year remaining on his contract.

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Braves president of baseball operations Alex Anthopoulos didn’t allow Johan Camargo’s presence to deter him from signing Josh Donaldson two years ago. Like when Donaldson signed, the primary need is to land an impact bat.

So, the fact the target was assumed to be either a left fielder or a third baseman doesn’t erase the possibility Anthopoulos would add a catcher, especially when given a chance to land Realmuto, who currently stands as the premier option at a premium position.

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With Springer now a Blue Jay and Brantley back with the Astros, Realmuto is one of the most attractive, non-DH, impact bats on the free-agent market. The next-best options in terms of position players would be 36-year-old third baseman Justin Turner, Joc Pederson, Yasiel Puig and Adam Duvall.

If the universal designated hitter will once again be used, it may make more sense to go with Marcell Ozuna or Nelson Cruz. But as Anthopoulos attempts to construct his roster without any clarity about the DH plans, he has no choice but to at least evaluate how Realmuto might fit.

MLB Network’s Jon Heyman recently reported that the Phillies have offered Realmuto a five-year deal worth approximately $110 million. The Braves have the financial means necessary to make a similar offer.

But does it make sense to commit $22 million per year to a soon-to-be 30-year-old catcher when rising prospects William Contreras or Shea Langeliers could be ready to replace d’Arnaud, who is entering the last season of his two-year, $16 million deal?

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It begins to make more sense when you start to evaluate the lineup with the assumption it will not include a DH. Using current pieces, you might come up with a projection that looks like this: Ronald Acuña Jr., Ozzie Albies, Freddie Freeman, d’Arnaud, Dansby Swanson, Austin Riley, Ender Inciarte and Cristian Pache.

After spending the past two years watching Freeman benefit from Donaldson and Ozuna hitting behind him, the Braves recognize the potential importance of adding another power hitter, preferably one who hits right-handed.

As things currently stand, Realmuto is one of the few available players who fits that description. So, maybe that the Braves are “circling” on the free-agent catcher shouldn’t be too surprising.

DH ruling may not be deciding factor on Ozuna
In a recent story, four of six writers polled predicted Ozuna will end up back with the Braves, even if the universal DH is not used again. That’s certainly not ridiculous given the Braves signed the veteran outfielder to a one-year, $18 million deal last year, long before anyone could have guessed National League teams would be using the DH.

When the options are limited and you’re evaluating arguably the top option, it might be easier to overlook Ozuna’s defensive shortcomings. But if entering what would almost certainly be a multiyear deal, you may want to at least have strong confidence the universal DH would exist by the start of 2022.

Donning red pinstripes in 2020, however, Garlick struggled to produce similar numbers — slashing only .136/.174/.182 with a double and three RBI spanning 23 plate appearances.

Arano and Garlick are not the only former Phillies players now on the Braves 40-man roster. They join right-handed starting pitcher Charlie Morton, southpaw starter Drew Smyly, catcher Travis d’Arnaud (once dealt to acquire Roy Halladay), and Ender Inciarte (former Rule 5 Draft pick).

And, on the Braves coaching staff, former Phils notably include pitching coach Rick Kranitz, catching coach Sal Fasano, and batting practice pitcher Tomas Perez.

Hopefully, Realmuto does not join this list in the coming weeks as spring training gets underway.