For the most part the Atlanta Braves have resisted trading any of their top young pitching prospects but could be softening that stance in the near future. Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal thinks that the Braves could be softening on that stance.
Due to their being several favorable options such as Chicago's Matt Garza on the market, the Braves might be willing to part with either Mike Minor, Randall Delgado or Julio Teheran. Here is a transcription of Rosenthal's thoughts from the above video.
The Braves remain high on Mike Minor, Julio Teheran and Randall Delgado, but they're looking for more consistency in their rotation. If they can get a difference-maker such as Matt Garza, they could include one of those three in a deal.
The Braves are looking for more consistency from the starting rotation and announced the signing of veteran Ben Sheets to a minor league contract on Sunday.
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