Well it's good to see the Braves are serious about contending again. I mean it's not everyday that Troy Glaus falls into your lap or you get the Melkman, Melky Cabrera from the hated Yankees. From the first signing of Billy Wagner, who will turn 39 in July andámissed all but a month of baseball in '08, we should have known Frank Wren was serious about returning the Braves to the postseason. Then the free agent signing of Takashi Saito, who will turn 40 in February and whose velocity barely equals his age, as the setup man--wow is pretty much all I can say. As for Glaus, nothing like throwing down the gauntlet on the NL East by signing a guy who played in 115 games in '07 before missing nearly all of '09. I'm sure the Phillies are shaking in their boots now, Mr. Wren. Oh and I mustn't forg ...
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Article written by Joel Barker