Atlanta Braves: Ranking the 5 Worst Trades of the Frank Wren Era

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Atlanta Braves: Ranking the 5 Worst Trades of the Frank Wren Era
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The Braves trading Mark Teixeira was forced because they wouldn't be able to sign him after the season ended.

Considering I recently wrote an article on the best trades that Frank Wren has made with the Atlanta Braves, it's time to take a look at the five worst deals he has made during his time in control. All of these deals are bad, although the only one that was truly awful was a product of necessity.

It's important to note that the deal that sent Rafael Soriano to Tampa Bay for Jesse Chavez after the 2009 season does not count because the Braves were not going to be able to afford Soriano and were willing to take back any warm body in return.

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