3 Moves Atlanta Braves Could Have Made at the Deadline

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3 Moves Atlanta Braves Could Have Made at the Deadline
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The Atlanta Braves acquired Emilio Bonifacio and James Russell from the Chicago Cubs at the July 31 trade deadline to bolster the roster for the stretch run.

In Bonifacio, the Braves strengthened their bench with one of the top utility players in the game. He can play all the outfield positions and infield positions (minus catcher and first base) while adding an element of speed to the Braves.

In Russell, the Braves added a veteran left-handed arm to add some depth in the bullpen.

While both are helpful additions, they won't significantly impact the team.

What other deals could general manager Frank Wren have explored? Here are a couple of deals that the Braves could have made.

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