The MLB hot stove has started to heat up even though the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings aren't set to begin until Monday.
The Atlanta Braves have been relatively quiet to this point in the offseason, as the biggest news surrounding the team has been the losses of veterans Tim Hudson and Brian McCann.
General manager Frank Wren did bring back utility infielder Ramiro Pena on a one-year deal, however, as he proved to be a valuable asset before his season-ending injury.
While the Braves don't look to be big spenders this offseason, that doesn't mean Wren won't search for a couple moves to better the Braves' roster.
Here's a look at a few moves the Braves should try and pull off as the Winter Meetings get set to begin.