The Padres continued their wheeling and dealing Sunday afternoon, acquiring four-time All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel and outfielder Melvin Upton Jr. from the Braves.
In return, the Padres are sending outfielders Cameron Maybin, Carlos Quentin, top pitching prospect Matt Wisler, minor league outfielder Jordan Paroubeck and the 41st pick in this year's draft to the Braves.
The teams made the deal official Sunday afternoon.
The deal adds to the Padres' roster overhaul that saw them add outfielders Matt Kemp, Wil Myers, Justin Upton, catcher Derek Norris, third baseman Will Middlebrooks and pitchers James Shields and Brandon Morrow this offseason.
In five seasons with the Braves, Kimbrel has established himself as one of the premier closers in baseball. Over the last four seasons, he has a 1.43 ERA and has recorded 186 saves.
Kimbrel is entering the second year of a four-year, $42 million deal. He's scheduled to make $9 million in 2015, $11 million in 2016 and $13 million in 2017. The Padres now hold a $13 million team option for the 2018 season.
Since coming to the Braves prior to the 2013 season, Upton has struggled, hitting just .198 in two seasons. He's under team control through the 2017 season.
Wisler was the Padres' No. 1 rated prospect according to Baseball America.
Paroubeck, the Padres' second round pick in 2013, was born in Berkeley and attended Serra High School in San Mateo. He played in 34 games for San Diego's rookie level team in Arizona in 2014 and his .286 with eight doubles, four home runs and 24 RBI.