One of the hot topics of debate of late in the Braves' nation has been what the Braves should do with their pitching surplus and somewhat anemic. The near-consensus on this topic has been to trade Javier Vazquez and his all-time high value for a big-time bat. While this would be awesome (I have been a supporter), I have really though hard about the Brave's situation going into 2010 and have put together this September 19 edition of my offseason plans for the Atlanta Braves. We'll call this one the starting-pitching friendly scenario. Keep in mind that I know that I have said different things in the past, this is just food for thought. I'll break down the moves into four parts: free agent departures, trade chips, free agent acquisitions/players retained, and the whole roster. ...
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