The biggest change of all could be the obvious one: the return of Matt Kemp. But should the Braves consider a bigger shake-up?
One thing to mention right up front: while the Atlanta Braves laid an egg last night at the hands of Washington, what follows is not a knee-jerk reaction to that single game.
Instead, while we know there’s one move coming, this could be an opportune moment to bring some improvement to issues that have been plaguing this club for the whole season thus far.
What Probably Will Happen
This is the path of least resistance. Camargo was brought up when Kemp was placed on the disabled list. This would simply reverse that move.
But that’s not going to address even half of the current issues as the Braves get ready to hit the road once again.
What Should Happen
- DESIGNATED FOR ASSIGNMENT: Emilio Bonifacio
- CONTRACT PURCHASED FROM GWINNETT: Lane Adams
- DESIGNATED FOR ASSIGNMENT: Chaz Roe, Ian Krol
- RECALLED FROM GWINNETT: Jason Hursh
- CONTRACT PURCHASED FROM GWINNETT: Jason Motte
In addition to this, we change the Braves lineup:
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