Watch: Former Braves standouts are still free agents


Need a 240-game winner? An infielder with 2,026 career hits?

A Cy Young Award winner? How about an outfielder who had 33 steals last season? 

Those are the stats on the resumes of 14 former Braves standouts who are still free agents as spring training approaches.

Watch the video above to see which ex-Braves are still looking for a job.

Players, agents upset about quiet free-agent market 

 


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