4. Atlanta's entire bench unit
Yes, this is somewhat cheating using Atlanta's entire bench as one player ... but the point here remains Atlanta will bring a new bench in the 2024 season. Watching the end of the Phillies series it was obvious the team didn't have the needed depth when you look at who took Atlanta's final at-bats with the season on the line.
You can't fault the manager when he simply doesn't have any other buttons to push. After an exciting start to the inning, Braves fans were simply left hoping somehow they would find their way back to the top of the lineup. Atlanta's depth is what carried them to a World Series in 2021 and what they need to look to get back in this year's offseason moves.
While none of Atlanta's current bench is likely to garner a return look for them to move on, throwing in current backups as add-ons in potential trades. Already the Braves have moved on from Eddie Rosario and Kevin Pillar is set to hit free agency. This trend should continue as the Braves build completely new roster depth around their impressive core.