B.J. Upton is excited about the possibility of a family reunion in the Braves' outfield.Upton signed a five-year, $75.25 million contract with Atlanta in November. After hearing the Braves may be pursuing a trade with Arizona for his younger brother, Justin Upton, B.J. said on his Twitter account:"Wow these (at)JUS10UP10 rumors have me excited. Please don't tease me like this... Would be a dream come true if it happens."Braves general manager Frank Wren said Wednesday the team has payroll flexibility to make another move. Wren would not say if the team is pursuing Justin Upton.ESPN cited sources Wednesday in reporting that the Diamondbacks were seriously discussing a trade of Upton to the Braves.The Diamondbacks had agreed to a deal to trade Justin Upton to Seattle earlier this month but the player vetoed it. Seattle was among four teams that Upton's contract that he could nix. Atlanta is not on that list.Arizona also could clear room in the outfield by trading left fielder Jason Kubel, who reportedly has interest from Baltimore.Sosa talks Hall of FameSammy Sosa says he and fellow steroid-tainted star Mark McGwire belong in the Hall of Fame.Sosa also said the Chicago Cubs should retire his number, and he left open the possibility of running for President of the Dominican Republic during an interview Wednesday on the website Ustream.com.No-sweets dealDelmon Young can earn $600,000 based on his weight. The incentives for the Philadelphia Phillies' outfielder, whose salary will be $750,000, calls for him to get on a scale on six occasions. He'll receive $100,000 each time he makes weight, The Associated Press learned. The first three times, he must be 230 pounds or less, and the second three, 235 pounds or less.