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Tucker Davidson is the best ranked prospect that should be included in any Atlanta Braves rumors in a trade for Nelson Cruz. (Photo by Michael Zarrilli/Getty Images)

These three players could make an appearance in future Atlanta Braves rumors involving a trade for Nelson Cruz.

Send the Atlanta Braves some offense! It’s not MLB trade deadline time but Braves rumors are in utero right now and could spark the more the offense scuffles.

One likely available player they could make a run at sooner than later is Washington Nationals designated hitter Nelson Cruz. The Nationals seemed to sign him merely for the sake of trading him midyear. They’re going nowhere and if the Braves want to avoid joining them at the bottom of the National League, it would benefit them to look into a possible trade.

Unlike a trade for Xander Bogaerts, Cruz wouldn’t cost a whole lot from Atlanta. There may be a slight tax handed out by Washington because it’s a division rival. However, Cruz should be more than attainable and these three names could be expected in future Braves rumors.

Braves rumors: Tucker Davidson is the best prospect to give up for Nelson Cruz

There is only one top ten prospect the Braves have that would make sense trading to the Nationals for Nelson Cruz: Tucker Davidson. Ranked eighth in the organization by MLB.com, he is longer in the tooth than most in his position.

Davidson has been with the Atlanta organization since 2016 and had plenty of success in the minor leagues. However, in 24.1 big league innings, Davidson is just 0-1 with a 5.55 ERA. His chances have been limited yet not promising.

Davidson for Cruz benefits both ball clubs. The Braves get Cruz’s big bat and the Nationals get a possible lottery ticket for a guy who may just need a chance to prove himself. The Nationals certainly have room to let younger players grow whereas the Braves are going after a championship right now.

Davidson and a lesser prospect for Cruz is a realistic deal for both teams. The Nationals get some salary relief along the way, too. In their current financial state of rebuilding, it might end up being the best part of the deal for them.

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Thursday At TPC Craig Ranch McKinney, Texas Purse: $9.1 million Yardage: 7,468; Par: 72 First Round

Sebastian Munoz 32-28—60 -12
Kyoung-Hoon Lee 31-33—64 -8
Justin Lower 32-32—64 -8
Peter Malnati 32-32—64 -8
Mito Pereira 32-32—64 -8
Kyle Wilshire 33-32—65 -7
Carlos Ortiz 32-34—66 -6
Seamus Power 33-33—66 -6
Charl Schwartzel 33-33—66 -6
David Skinns 34-32—66 -6
J.J. Spaun 33-33—66 -6
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 33-34—67 -5
Dustin Johnson 36-31—67 -5
Matt Kuchar 33-34—67 -5
Hideki Matsuyama 35-32—67 -5
Joaquin Niemann 32-35—67 -5
Ryan Palmer 33-34—67 -5
Scottie Scheffler 32-35—67 -5
Matthias Schwab 35-32—67 -5
Adam Scott 32-35—67 -5
Conrad Shindler 33-34—67 -5
Jordan Spieth 33-34—67 -5
Scott Stallings 30-37—67 -5
Dawie Van der Walt 35-32—67 -5
Jason Day 35-33—68 -4
Tyler Duncan 32-36—68 -4
Brice Garnett 34-34—68 -4
Scott Gutschewski 32-36—68 -4
Tom Hoge 35-33—68 -4
Mackenzie Hughes 34-34—68 -4
Jason Kokrak 33-35—68 -4
Trey Mullinax 39-29—68 -4
Aaron Rai 32-36—68 -4
Adam Schenk 34-34—68 -4
Austin Smotherman 35-33—68 -4
Brandt Snedeker 35-33—68 -4
Justin Thomas 35-33—68 -4
Aaron Wise 36-32—68 -4
Jared Wolfe 34-34—68 -4
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 36-33—69 -3
Paul Barjon 32-37—69 -3
Joseph Bramlett 36-33—69 -3
Luke Donald 34-35—69 -3
Brett Drewitt 36-33—69 -3
Dylan Frittelli 34-35—69 -3
Chesson Hadley 33-36—69 -3
James Hahn 35-34—69 -3
Beau Hossler 32-37—69 -3
John Huh 34-35—69 -3
David Lipsky 34-35—69 -3
Max McGreevy 36-33—69 -3
Maverick McNealy 33-36—69 -3
Keith Mitchell 35-34—69 -3
Francesco Molinari 35-34—69 -3
Seung-Yul Noh 35-34—69 -3
Andrew Novak 35-34—69 -3
Scott Piercy 35-34—69 -3
Ian Poulter 35-34—69 -3
Patrick Rodgers 35-34—69 -3
Sam Ryder 34-35—69 -3
Rory Sabbatini 34-35—69 -3
Adam Svensson 34-35—69 -3
Martin Trainer 34-35—69 -3
Peter Uihlein 37-32—69 -3
Vince Whaley 35-34—69 -3
Wesley Bryan 36-34—70 -2
Cameron Champ 35-35—70 -2
Wyndham Clark 35-35—70 -2
Branden Grace 35-35—70 -2
Mark Hubbard 34-36—70 -2
Joohyung Kim 36-34—70 -2
Alex Noren 35-35—70 -2
Doc Redman 34-36—70 -2
Sepp Straka 34-36—70 -2
Robert Streb 34-36—70 -2
Brian Stuard 34-36—70 -2
Vaughn Taylor 33-37—70 -2
Michael Thompson 35-35—70 -2
Ryan Armour 36-35—71 -1
Jonas Blixt 37-34—71 -1
Hayden Buckley 37-34—71 -1
Lanto Griffin 36-35—71 -1
Emiliano Grillo 33-38—71 -1
Bill Haas 35-36—71 -1
Kramer Hickok 37-34—71 -1
Lee Hodges 33-38—71 -1
Charley Hoffman 35-36—71 -1
Stephan Jaeger 34-37—71 -1
Sung Kang 35-36—71 -1
Patton Kizzire 35-36—71 -1
Jim Knous 37-34—71 -1
Satoshi Kodaira 36-35—71 -1
Ben Kohles 36-35—71 -1
Hank Lebioda 37-34—71 -1
Matthew NeSmith 35-36—71 -1
Henrik Norlander 36-35—71 -1
Shaun Norris 35-36—71 -1
Andrew Putnam 33-38—71 -1
Seth Reeves 35-36—71 -1
Chase Seiffert 35-36—71 -1
Roger Sloan 36-35—71 -1
Callum Tarren 34-37—71 -1
Brendon Todd 34-37—71 -1
Jhonattan Vegas 34-37—71 -1
Bubba Watson 37-34—71 -1
Will Zalatoris 36-35—71 -1
Austin Cook 38-34—72 E
Joshua Creel 37-35—72 E
Jason Dufner 37-35—72 E
Tommy Fleetwood 37-35—72 E
Michael Gligic 39-33—72 E
Brandon Hagy 34-38—72 E
Harry Higgs 37-35—72 E
Bo Hoag 37-35—72 E
Charles Howell III 36-36—72 E
Si Woo Kim 36-36—72 E
Nate Lashley 38-34—72 E
Justin Leonard 34-38—72 E
Taylor Moore 35-37—72 E
Cameron Percy 37-35—72 E
Davis Riley 35-37—72 E
Xander Schauffele 35-37—72 E
Henrik Stenson 35-37—72 E
Nick Taylor 35-37—72 E
Sahith Theegala 37-35—72 E
Kevin Tway 37-35—72 E
Danny Willett 36-36—72 E
Ryan Brehm 35-38—73 +1
Sam Burns 34-39—73 +1
Cooper Dossey 36-37—73 +1
Talor Gooch 35-38—73 +1
Jim Herman 36-37—73 +1
Kevin Kisner 36-37—73 +1
Kurt Kitayama 37-36—73 +1
Kelly Kraft 36-37—73 +1
Marc Leishman 35-38—73 +1
Luke List 36-37—73 +1
Pat Perez 37-36—73 +1
Chez Reavie 39-34—73 +1
Greyson Sigg 36-37—73 +1
Matt Wallace 38-35—73 +1
Brandon Wu 37-36—73 +1
James Du Preez 37-37—74 +2
Patrick Flavin 35-39—74 +2
Adam Hadwin 37-37—74 +2
Martin Laird 38-36—74 +2
Hudson Swafford 36-38—74 +2
Curtis Thompson 37-37—74 +2
Lee Westwood 37-37—74 +2
Matthew Wolff 35-39—74 +2
Andrew Loupe 38-38—76 +4
Mac Meissner 37-39—76 +4
John Murphy 39-37—76 +4
Dylan Wu 39-37—76 +4
Richy Werenski 37-40—77 +5
J.J. Killeen 39-39—78 +6

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