That's the real name of a real baseball player. He is a Braves prospect who played mostly 1B along with some outfield in the minors. He switch-hits and is better from the left side of the plate. He is 25 and completely blocked at 1B and the outfield corners by Freeman, Heyward, and Justin Upton.
Since he's about the same age as Lambo, why not just play Lambo? Well, Lambo played 19 games at 1B last year and made 5 errors there. Also, it's good to have multiple options for the left-handed hitting half of the 1B platoon. If you try one first and he is going all Jeff Clement/Travis Snider on you and hits so poorly that you can't keep running him out there, then you can send one to the minors and try the other. Lambo, Snider, Terdoslavich could be a rotating group that dukes it out for playing time at 1B and RF against righties through spring training and well into the season.
Atlanta appears pretty solid all around and I'm not sure what they'd want for him. Maybe a pair of young, hard-throwing righties out of our long list of them (Pimentel, Morris, Gomez, Welker, Hughes, Mazzaro, etc.)? They have good pitching already. If Maholm leaves, then they'd probably want someone who could be a starter out of that bunch like Pimentel or Gomez.
I don't know what they'd want. I do know that I'd never heard of this guy until about 15 minutes ago, was looking at Rotoworld's depth charts for each team, and saw the name. I searched him on the web and he seems like someone worth looking at. If Neal is reading this, then he's probably still mad at me for getting him to trade for Travis Snider a year and a half ago. Sorry about that, Neal (it was his toe).
Besides, think of the nickname possibilities. You know he was made fun of all the time as a kid and is dying to take it out on unsuspecting major league pitchers with his bat.