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The following players have basically no chance at being dealt during this season. Some of these guys are on here because of their ability, but there are others on here because of their salaries or injury questions.
Dan Uggla—The guy many would love to see traded just isn't going anywhere unless the Braves decided to eat a large chunk of his salary. That wouldn't be an option unless the Braves felt that there was a replacement ready to at least play at Uggla's level.
Freddie Freeman—The Braves aren't going to deal their young RBI machine in a push for the playoffs.
Andrelton Simmons—Already considered by some to be the best defensive shortstop in the game, Simmons is untouchable.
Chris Johnson—There really is no replacement for him at third base, so I can't see him being dealt.
Ramiro Pena—Pena has been clutch this year and has been one of the best utility players in the game so far this year as he has surprised at the plate. Playoff contenders don't deal super-utility guys like Pena.
Jason Heyward—Now that Heyward has started to hit, the Braves won't trade one of the highest ceiling players in the game.
Justin Upton—After going out and trading for this slugger, the Braves will not deal him just a few months later.
B.J. Upton—Like Uggla, his contract makes him untradeable right now.
Jordan Schafer—As B.J. Upton is struggling, Schafer is playing the best baseball of his career. It's hard to imagine a true center fielder in the middle of a strong season getting traded when the regular center fielder just isn't producing.
Brian McCann—The Braves aren't likely to trade their veteran catcher in-season, especially considering the youth in the lineup.
Tim Hudson—Hudson may be struggling a little, but he is still one of the leaders of the team and the front office wants him around in October.
Kris Medlen—Medlen has quietly been very good this year and wouldn't be the starter that would be dealt.
Julio Teheran—Teheran is finally starting to pitch like the guy we heard about as a prospect for years.
Mike Minor—The left-hander has come into his own and the Braves aren't going to part with him cheaply.
Brandon Beachy—Coming off an injury his value is very low right now and the Braves won't take pennies on the dollar for him.
Luis Avilan—Avilan is too good to deal with the injuries to others in the bullpen.
Craig Kimbrel—You don't improve your bullpen by dealing one of the best closers in the game.