This is my all time Braves team since the move to Atlanta.
If they have spent less than 4 full seasons in Atlanta, then I will not use them.
Please comment your changes so we can discuss them and get this group active again.
C- Javy Lopez
Joe Torre and Del Crandall where in Milwaukee, so they can't be used. Javy was the Braves catcher for most of the 14 year division run, and set the single season record for most home runs in a season for a catcher.
1B- Fred McGriff
In my opinion, Fred was the piece that the Braves needed to win the World Series. He played his best years in Atlanta.
2B- Marcus Giles
The pickings are pretty slim. Giles had an All Star season with the Braves and hit over .300 a couple times.
3B- Chipper Jones
In my opinion, the greatest third baseman of all time.
SS- Jeff Blauser
Again, not much to choose from. Furcal is close, but he really didn't have the average I would want for a leadoff hitter while in Atlanta. Blauser actually had several decent seasons for the Braves.
LF- Ryan Klesko
I probablt had a big player slip my min, but he was the best I could think of off the top of my head.
CF- Dale Murphy
2x MVP, over 300 homers and great with the Glove.
RF- Hank Aaron
He played his best years in Milwaukee, but his 162 game average during his 8 year stretch in Atlanta was still pretty impressive.
SP- Greg Maddux
One of the best pitchers of all time
SP- Tom Glavine
2x Cy Young winner, 300 game winner
SP- Phil Niekro
HOFer, king of the knuckle ball, 300 game winner, 3000 strikeouts
SP- John Smoltz
3000K's, 200 wins, 150 saves, Cy Young Winner.
SP- Tim Hudson
Braves ace over the past few years. Good numbers with the Braves.
CL- Mark Wholers
I wanted to use Smoltz, but decided on using him only once.
Future names on the list....
Brian McCann, Yunel Escobar, Jason Heyward, Tommy Hanson
HM- Bob Horner, David Justice, Andruw Jones, Kevin Millwood, John Rocker(personal favorite).