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Craig Kimbrel is arguably baseball's most dominant reliever.
Jair Jurrjens' contract: $5.5 million projection, via Matt Swartz (third-time arbitration eligible).
Jurrjens pitched horribly last year following an All-Star season. Underwhelming velocity and dependence on balls in play make it unlikely that he'll ever be a top-of-the-rotation arm again.
The Atlanta Braves will have ample starting rotation depth to start 2013. Brandon Beachy could reinforce the staff further by midseason when he returns from Tommy John surgery.
The Curacao native is expensive and expendable.
Craig Kimbrel's contract: league minimum (pre-arbitration eligible).
In 63 appearances, Kimbrel put up video-game numbers (3-1, 1.01 ERA, 0.65 WHIP, 116 SO) for chump change.
Forget Aroldis Chapman, Mariano Rivera or Sergio Romo—no one's better than this guy in the ninth inning.