With Manager Bobby Cox back in the fold look for the Braves to be really aggressive in free agency this winter. The Braves have six free agents of their own with them likely interested in bringing back at least three of them. Adam LaRoche, Tim Hudson and either Rafael Soriano or Mike Gonzalez are the players the Braves would like to bring back into the fold. The Braves won’t likely sign both Gonzalez and Soriano so at least one of them won’t be a Brave in 2010. Garret Anderson and Greg Norton will more than likely be allowed to leave over the winter. If Adam LaRoche decides to leave Atlanta then the Braves will likely go after Hank Blalock, Nick Johnson or Carlos Delgado to start at 1B in 2010. The Braves are also in the market for a big time corner outfielder to bat in the middle of the lineup. Jason Bay and Matt Holliday likely top the Braves’ wish list. If they miss out on those guys look for them to make overtures to guys like Bobby Abreu, Jermaine Dye, Vladimir Guerrero and to a lesser extent Marlon Byrd. If both Rafael Soriano and Mike Gonzalez leave the Braves will have to rebuild the back end of the bullpen. Jose Valverde, Billy Wagner, Takashi Saito, Fernando Rodney and J.J. Putz would likely interest the Braves in the closer’s role if the Braves need one. The Braves also need a second lefty in the bullpen so Joe Beimel, Scott Eyre, Ron Mahay, John Grabow, Darren Oliver and Brian Shouse would likely interest the team. The Braves will also likely show interest in righty relievers like Kiko Calero, Brendan Donnelly, LaTroy Hawkins, Bobby Howry, Brandon Lyon and David Weathers. The Braves will be going for the gusto in 2010 with a dead aim on the Philadelphia Phillies so they will have to spend some cash.