KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) - All winter long, Jair Jurrjens and Martin Prado wondered which uniform they'd be wearing this season.
Their names were mentioned frequently in trade talks after the Atlanta Braves collapsed at the end of last season, missing out on the playoffs by a single game. They each had disappointing, injury-plagued seasons - Jurrjens winning just one game after the All-Star break, Prado slumping to the lowest average of his big league career.
In the end, they stayed put.
The Braves didn't find a deal to their liking, so both Jurrjens and Prado are still with the Braves. If healthy, both could play key roles. Jurrjens had a brilliant first half and made the All-Star team, while Prado had been a consistent .300 hitter for the Braves until last season.