MLB.com dives into the top free agents for all 30 teams:
Markakis was a valuable member of a youthful Braves club in 2018, providing veteran leadership and making the All-Star team for the first time in his career. Atlanta has a stellar farm system that is loaded with pitching prospects, which is one of the reasons why Sanchez is unlikely to be back after his impressive rebound campaign. But without an obvious replacement for Markakis in right field, the door remains open for the soon-to-be 35-year-old to return. Suzuki has formed a productive catching tandem with Tyler Flowers over the past two seasons, but the 35-year-old may be too expensive to bring back for a part-time role.
Former Brave Lucas Sims, who was dealt for Adam Duvall in a waiver deal in August, gets his 2018 player review from Talking Chop.
Another former (Atlanta) Brave, Rex Brothers, who began the season with the big club and finished it with Double-A Mississippi.