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Shane Victorino would be a perfect fit in Atlanta.
This is a hard one to predict as the market for Michael Bourn will dictate the market for the rest of the free-agent leadoff hitters.
Shane Victorino and B.J. Upton would each be great fits in Atlanta.
While neither will steal the amount of bases Bourn does, both play as good of defense and can get on base with the best of them.
Victorino did have his struggles at the plate this year, but for the most part he's a .280 hitter. His defense is one of the best in the league in the outfield as well.
He would likely cost the Braves about $7 million a year.
As far as Upton, he just needs a change of scenery from Tampa Bay. He's not likely to hit for a high average, but he will provide power and speed at the top of the lineup.
Over the last two years, Upton has 51 home runs, 159 RBI and 67 stolen bases. He runs a line of .244/.315/.441 as well.
Upton will likely fetch around $9-10 million a year.
Then again, it all depends on Bourn. If he doesn't get the big dollars like he expects, then the market will be different for Victorino or Upton.
Also, don't be surprised if the Braves go after Angel Pagan, who would be another great fit in Atlanta. He has the same tools as both Victorino and Upton, and that would carry over to Atlanta.