Either the Atlanta Braves want to construct the oldest starting rotation in the majors or they like collecting former Cy Young winners. Just a day after bringing aboard free agent 42-year-old veteran R.A. Dickey, the Braves reeled in the 43-year-old Colon on Friday with a one-year deal pending a physical. Colon comes off a quietly tremendous 2016 season where he served as a stabilizing force for the injury-wracked New York Mets rotation in pitching to a 3.43 ERA and 1.21 WHIP in 191.2 innings. The rubber-armed Colon continues to get by with a fastball that reaches only the upper-80's but his pinpoint control and changing of location constantly kept hitters off balance. While a major dropoff could occur at a moment's notice given the age, Colon staying in the much easier National League was key to his value remaining as a top SP 5 in 2017 fantasy baseball. Not many strikeouts here but Colon is capable of posting a decent ERA and WHIP once again.