@Jeremy: As far as starters go: anybody but Teheran.
I'll take a few more folks.
@Google: At least Frank Wren never signed Damian Rhodes to be his backstop.
@wanderboyd: Correct -- when Braves considering keeping him Boras/Bourne were asking for the moon. His price only came down later.
@Robert: If there is a lingering health issue, it's a secret.
@VernonO.: Everybody should feel heat when a team doesn't win.
@Chip: Uggla has been extremely classy and handled things great.
@Kevin: Very very doubtful.
@Hugo: Spin. Have you noticed that in every city in America stadiums now are being built downtown, not in suburbs?
@FieldOfDreams: Wren has been reticent to trade pitching prospects in past.
@wanderboyd: Check back after season.
@Jeff: To deal with? Smoltz or Chipper.
@jrhode: Oh come on yourself. That doesn't change the stadium deal.
@Jeremy: Not avoiding the question but it's really way too early to speculate. But I tend to doubt a major move.
@md90: During season? No way.
@JGG: I have a man-crush on Prado and would love to see him back.
@JDawgSicEm: Good question.
@TigOlBitties: Those decisions are already made. Whether he "gets away" with it or not depends on how team plays and what view of ownership is after season.
@JackD: Honestly I don't really care whether it's viewed in positive light or negative light in 10 years. Doesn't change my position of: 1) Being against publicly funded stadiums; 2) public money being used without a public vote or referendum.
@Sean: It's all revenue-driven and the chance to develop property. Braves would've stayed in Turner if they could do that across the street.
@Les: I can't speak to what he says publicly but privately I'm sure he knows it's on him.
@LukeGoddard: I would prefer he not stay there but team needs to acquire somebody more tailored for that role.