Braves general manager Frank Wren indicated Thursday the Braves are still actively looking. Their wants include the outfield and possibly a reliever.
"We’re still looking to improve the club," Wren said in an e-mail.
Wren had returned to Atlanta Wednesday night after spending two days with the Braves in Washington. When chips around baseball started to fall late Wednesday afternoon, Wren had said it was a matter of seeing if trade partners would lower their asking price by 4 p.m. Saturday.
"We know what’s out there," Wren said. "Whether the price will come down where it makes it reasonable and things fit for us, I don’t know."
The Braves are also hesitant to part with the prospects necessary to land a big piece, like a Mike Minor, Julio Teheran or Freddie Freeman.