According to MLB.com:
Now that the Braves have moved Derek Lowe, they could create more financial flexibility by trading Jair Jurrjens or Martin Prado.
According to a Major League source, the Braves have already approached some teams about the possibility of trading Jurrjens or Prado. Both players could see their respective salaries rise from the $3 million range to the $5 million range through arbitration this offseason.
Only problem is, according to the article, the Braves are looking for a shortstop or a power hitting outfielder, neither of which the Reds have to offer (other teams won’t see Alonso as an OFer).
So, what do you think?