The back end of the Atlanta Braves bullpen has been a mess due to injuries, but some capable bodies are on the way. Mike Gonzalez, who is rehabbing Tommy John surgery, worked in back-to-back games at extended spring training and might be back early June. Rafael Soriano, who has been out with right elbow tendinitis, pitched a couple of decent innings in Class AA and could be back any time now. Both guys are capable of closing, although it might be a committee when everyone is healthy. John Smoltz was supposed to be the chairman of that committee, but an inflamed biceps tendon and rotator cuff inflammation has kept him out. You might be able to snake some saves with Soriano or Gonzalez in the interim until Smoltz returns, so monitor the situation.