Atlanta Braves Five Off-season Free Agent Targets

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – APRIL 28: Closer Arodys Vizcaino #38 and catcher Tyler Flowers #25 of the Atlanta Braves congratulate each other after getting the final out of the game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on April 28, 2018, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Braves defeated the Phillies 4-1. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images) /

3. Bring Back Catcher Tyler Flowers Again

Tyler Flowers has played well in Atlanta. When they initially brought Flowers to Atlanta there was a general opinion of Flowers as a poor offensive player. With good reason considering his early years with the White Sox.

Since he came to Atlanta his success at the plate has changed he hit .270 and .281 in his first two years with the team. He has turned into a good hitter for a catcher and the Braves should keep him in Atlanta.

Moving on from Kurt Suzuki and adding a better defensive catcher would be a good idea to pair with Flowers.

Suzuki has had two solid seasons with Atlanta but it is time to move on. Bringing back Tyler Flowers offers the Braves an above average starting catcher or a great backup. He has good roster flexibility and is a solid pinch hitter.

Bringing Tyler Flowers back to Atlanta should be one of the early moves of the Braves off-season. He should stay an Atlanta Brave in 2019.