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Through the first seven games of Atlanta's season, rookie Evan Gattis has started four of them.
Behind the plate.
In the offseason, Frank Wren brought in Gerald Laird to back up Brian McCann and take the starter's job until McCann returned from injury.
However, in seemingly no time at all, Gattis has won over the entire Braves organization.
He's had a decent start to 2013, with five hits in 15 at-bats, a walk and a home run to boot (stats found here).
Hitting well to begin the year, Gattis will probably be given the majority of the starts behind the plate.
If he continues to do well, Atlanta will have an interesting predicament on its hands. McCann will likely walk after this campaign, but he'll definitely warrant everyday playing time. What to do with Gattis becomes a very big question.
As long as he keeps hitting, it will be a very good problem to have.