Burning questions for Braves at first base in 2014

For the first time since trading for Fred McGriff in July of 1993, the Atlanta Braves boast an elite long-term option at first base. Since McGriff was sold to Tampa Bay following the 1997 season, capping off a five-year run highlighted by three All-Star appearances, the position has been a revolving door, featuring the good, the bad and the "How In The World Did It Come To This?...
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January 14, 2014  |  Discuss
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