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3. Should Atlanta pick up Thomson's option?

BravesCenter's Bill Shanks continues to look at the top 35 questions facing the Braves' front office this winter. Today we examine whether the Braves should pick up the 2006 option of right-hander John Thomson.

This might be one of the easiest questions of the thirty-five to answer. The Braves have a $4.75 million dollar option on right-hander John Thomson for the 2006 season. Even with his injury-plagued 2005 campaign, there is no doubt the team should pick up that option. Thomson continued the roll he started on in the middle of 2004 with a strong beginning to his 2005 season. From August 1, 200... Recommended Stories

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