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Joey Terdoslavich: 11 hits/19 at-bats, one home run, 1.361 OPS
Evan Gattis: eight hits/19 at-bats, one home run, 1.139 OPS
Tyler Pastornicky: nine hits/22 at-bats, two home runs, seven RBI, 1.117 OPS
Freddie Freeman: ten hits/26 at-bats, one home run, .962 OPS
Chris Johnson: eight hits/22 at-bats, two home runs, .984 OPS
Juan Francisco: nine hits/25 at-bats, one home run, .920 OPS
Ramiro Peña: seven hits/20 at-bats, three walks, .435 OBP
B.J. Upton: eight hits/25 at-bats, one home run, five RBI, three doubles
Jordan Schafer: seven hits/22 at-bats, two doubles, three walks, two steals, .400 OBP
Justin Upton: seven hits/24 at-bats, two home runs, six RBI, .945 OPS
Again, it's early, but these Braves are exhibiting really positive signs. Seeing Terdoslavich hit is encouraging, and watching Freeman and the Upton brothers get into the swing of things in the early going is nice as well.
Also, hearing reports of a 450-foot blast off the bat of Justin Upton is pretty fun.
The real stories lie with those trying to make the roster, though. It's no surprise that Gattis is continuing his impressive spring and now pressing for a roster spot, but the brilliant performance from Pastornicky has been particularly of note.
Not to be outdone, Peña has also strung together a decent start to the Grapefruit League as he battles Pastornicky for a bench role.
The Braves are hoping that either Francisco or Johnson comes forward to seize the starting third base job, but it seems that both players want the gig; they're in a dead heat in the opening weeks.
Lastly, Schafer has started camp out off on the right note, showcasing a little pop, patience and speed. He should continue to have a good spring as he tries to win the fifth outfielder role.