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After being a major disappointment in each of his first two seasons with the Braves, Dan Uggla could potentially play himself out of a job if he does not produce something this season.
Uggla's lack of offense could be accepted if he was decent with the glove, but since he has struggled with the bat and the glove in Atlanta, there isn't much of a reason to keep him in there everyday if he doesn't produce this year.
Uggla may be the safest of the guys on this list, even if he doesn't produce, in part due to the lack of options the Braves have. The other internal options the Braves have would include Ramiro Pena, Tyler Pastornicky and Paul Janish, along with prospect Tommy La Stella.
Pena and Janish aren't going to provide much at the plate, Pastornicky isn't great with the glove and La Stella still needs more time in the minors to see if he is really an option. That means that to be replaced, Uggla would need to be really bad, something that could potentially happen based on what we have seen over the last two years.