Braves general manager Frank Wren and his staff will discuss looming decisions on two free agents, catcher Brian McCann and pitcher Tim Hudson, in organizational meetings which being Tuesday in Orlando.
Two more players to be discussed are Dan Uggla and B.J. Upton, who lost starting jobs this season.
Wren said Monday he still feels the disappointment of Atlanta's NL division series loss to the Dodgers. He said the team ''took a step forward'' by winning 96 games and the NL East division title.
''We didn't reach our ultimate goal and so I'm disappointed,'' Wren said. ''Our ultimate goal was to win a World Series. That's why we do what we do. Division championships are nice. Winning 96 games is great, but if you're not still standing as one of the last few teams to get to the World Series, it's somewhat disappointing.''
Wren said the Braves struggled to overcome the loss of Hudson, 38, whose season ended with a broken ankle on July 24. Brandon Beachy had setbacks when trying to re...