It's no secret that the Atlanta Braves are in the market for a big bat.
Their farm system is loaded with top pitching talent, and the Bravos could make a splash at the deadline if they part with some of their prospects.
Will they ship the talented Teheran?
Perhaps Mike Minor?
Let's take a look at the six prospects the Braves could move to get a big bat and challenge the Phillies.
Julio Teheran was named by Baseball America as the No. 1 pitching prospect in all of baseball, and has been getting his fair share of trade buzz.
He's posted some absurd numbers at Triple-A Gwinnett going 10-1 with an ERA of 1.70.
The Braves could get a lot in return if they ship the talented righty.
Over Mike Minors last five starts for the big league club, he's posted 1-1 record with a solid ERA of 3.74.
Baseball America had him ranked as the No.37 overall prospect in baseball, and the departure of this lefty could help the Braves down the stretch.
Randall Delgado is yet another of the Braves' talented young pitching prospects.
There's not too much difference between him and Teheran, and either would be big additions.
If an opponent is willing to pay the price, that is.
While J.J. Hoover doesn't command the star power of Teheran or Delgado, he's a sturdy prospect with some potential.
He stands 6'3", 215 lbs and posted an impressive ERA of 2.62 at Double-A Mississippi.
Hoover would be perfect as part of a package deal.
Arodys Vizcaino is only 20 years old, and if he can stay healthy he'll be a menace at the big league level.
He's a strikeout machine, averaging more than nine strikeouts per nine innings over his 57 minor league appearances.
There are plenty of teams who are looking for young pitching talent, and if they're willing to give up a bat, they could acquire Vizcaino.
Brett Oberholtzer is in the same boat as J.J. Hoover.
The Braves' ninth best prospect would be perfect for a two or three prospect deal to help bring in some offense.
He has a 3.37 career ERA in the minors, and his stock is only on the rise.