There are some questions in the pen, but it should lock down those wins.
Gene Garber: He ranks 2nd all time in career saves by a Brave. Not pretty, but he got the job done.
Rafael Soriano: A power righty; very good when healthy. He doesn't give up hits, and in 155 Brave IP, he has only given 105 hits.
Bob Wickman: A good 2.84 ERA for the Braves.
Mike Gonzalez: A good power lefty who can close. He makes it interesting in the 9th, but gets it done.
Terry Forster: He had a great career in Atlanta, posting a 2.29 ERA. Control was his problem, though.
Hoyty Wilhelm: A good major leaguer and very good with the Braves. A 3.10 ERA with the Braves.
Mike Remlinger: Another good lefty who would fit in the pen. A power lefty with more K's then IP in a Braves uniform.
Tom Hughes: Looking through all the possible candidates, I think he would fit best in the long relief role. That 2.22 ERA for the Braves should be good enough.
Alejandro Pena: Another guy who could be good in the mid-relief role. Not overpowering, but could get ground balls.