Brian McCann is ready to finger point. Pitchers, catchers and one unsparing critic reported first to the Braves' otherwise fantasy-based spring-training camp. The evolving leader of this team just spent the most reflective offseason of his baseball life. "The most I ever sat and pondered over a season since I started playing baseball," McCann said. After deep contemplation — along with plenty of offseason golf and vacations to Las Vegas and the Bahamas — he was sure he had arrived at the root cause of the Braves' epic September belly-flop. By the time he came south, he was prepared to sling a little blame. It was him.