This is the most likely position the Braves will trade for.
They have been in need of a good center fielder the entire season and this is their chance to finally acquire one.
Because Nate McLouth and Jordan Schafer don't come close to getting the job done, the Braves should look for a consistent leadoff hitter who can replace them, and post impressive statistics.
I would prefer a name like Hunter Pence in the Braves lineup, however, it seems very unlikely for the Braves to manage to deal for him.
The next best option would be Michael Bourn, another great outfielder of the Houston Astros, who would fit perfectly in the Braves lineup. He seems the more likely player for the Braves to acquire, because he would be less expensive than his teammate.
The latest talk of the Braves trade possibilities for center field, however, is Carlos Beltran of the New York Mets.
Beltran is having one of the better seasons of his career, currently displaying a batting average of .291.
The Mets would be very interested in what the Braves have to offer, which would be top-notch young talent from the Braves minor league system.
If the Braves manage to acquire any of these outfielders, they would be in very good shape for a division race.