I know this sounds stupid, or dumb, but really I really don't think the Atlanta Braves addressed a need this offseason. Though Justin Upton, B.J. Upton, and Jason Heyward sound nice in the outfield, their pitching staff seems unrelyable as Tim Hudson has gotten one year older and Kris Medlen, Paul Maholm, and Brandon Beachy can be inconsistent. Jair Jurrjens has left, too. They have infield problems too, as Dan Uggla is also unrelyable and Chris Johnson is a downgrade at third base compared to Martin Prado. I don't even think they have a solution at shortstop. The bullpen is another strength, but I'm not sure how well the infield will provide to the outfield.
Worst Case (the infield offense does not provide and rotation struggles): 81-81 3rd NL East
Neutral Case (infield offense provides decent numbers and rotation pitches decently): 94-78 2nd NL East
Best Case (everyone provides above average to great numbers): 97-65 1st NL East