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The Atlanta Braves have a lot of reasons to be thankful this holiday season but having Ronald Acua Jr locked up through 2028 is reason enough to celebrate. Having lived through the 90s, I was fortunate enough to have watched Hall of Famers Chipper Jones, Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and John Smoltz perform on a daily basis. While those early 90s teams were magical, the shine began to dull as the decade wore on. As a result, I was guilty of not fully appreciating the greatness that was on hand in Atlanta each and every day of the season. That is something that I have vowed to not let happen with Acua who appears to be a generational talent. He plays the game with the flair of a superstar but with a youthful exuberance. That is something that needs to be celebrated and most importantly thankful for. More Braves NewsCory McCartney takes a look at three Braves players including Dansby Swanson who could put it all together in 2020. The Braves have made some great free agent signings in the past but as this list shows, they have blew it more than once. Lets be sure and not add anyone else to this list this offseason. More MLB NewsTwins shortstop underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right ankle last Friday and is expected to need about six weeks of recovery time Barring a setback, he should be fully healed by the start of Spring Training. The Washington Nationals have an agreement to re-sign catcher Yan Gomes. The deal is reportedly a two-year pact that is worth $10 million. Washington acquired Gomes in a trade with the Indians last November. He struggled at the plate in his first season with the Nationals hitting .223/.316/.389 with 12 home runs.
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