The question most fans in Braves Country have is “Who’s next?”

Over the last two weeks, the Atlanta Braves have locked up Freddie Freeman and Julio Teheran, ensuring that they are the faces of the franchise for years to come. Could they keep the Extension Train rolling?

Club president John Schuerholz joined Baseball Today on MLB Network Radio to discuss one of the candidates, shortstop Andrelton Simmons.

He has interest. We have interest, but sometimes deals get done, sometimes they don’t.

Simmons, the 24-year old rookie standout, burst onto the scene in his first full season at the Major League level in 2013. Over 157 games, Simmons hit .248/.296/.396 with 17 homers and 59 RBI. He gained a reputation as a defensive highlight reel, and earned a Gold Glove at the position.

Also among the extension candidates are outfielder Jason Heyward and closer Craig Kimbrel, although Kimbrel’s extension is far less likely. Kimbrel is slated to go to arbitration with the Braves on Monday the 17th, and could set the tone for whether the Braves can keep him and how much he will earn in free agency.