Hampton commanded #1 dollars at one point, and while I'm not going to say he'll perform up to those standards now, it's not hard to say that the Braves could have a very good rotation next year. James has been lights out so far and, as long as he keeps the balls in the park, should be a fine major league pitcher. Horacio has been a very plesant surprise and could be one of the major successes of Roger McDowell (apperantly, McDowell convinced him to give up his cutter, which had lead to a lot of HRs last year), provided he doesn't revert in the second half. Davies is another guy with a lot of potential who won't be hurt next year. The Braves rotation is fine, and with Francoeur (hopefully) maturing a bit by next year, the lineup should be at least managable. If the pen gets fixed (and with key guys (Boyer, Devine) not being hurt, that doesn't seem, you know, out of the realm of possibility), you'll be looking at a contender at the least.
So no, the Braves aren't having a fire sale. I'm almost positive that Chipper won't be traded, and I think Smoltz being dealt is unlikely as well (although someone could just blow the Braves away if they're desperate for a strong SP in another few weeks). Andruw is more of a question mark since Atlanta has plenty of guys who could step over and play CF well (Francoeur, Langerhans) and I think its doubtful that he re-ups in two years. Still, it wouldn't be for prospects; the Braves would want a young bat who can either play in the OF or a coner IF spot. Hudson..... I don't know. He's definitely part of Atlanta's "plans" for the next few years, but he's been awful two out of three months thus far (fortunately, he was very good for almost all of May). Right now, I don't think the Braves would get squat for him, or at least not nearly enough to justify trading him. If anyone goes, I think it will be either Druw or Smoltz, but I really don't see Atlanta dealing anyone big. They may move Thomson if he starts being decent again or Marcus Giles, but those are probably the biggest names that will go anywhere.
edit: Oh, and how did a thread about a somewhat-interesting Yankee trade devolve into a discussion about Andruw Jones?
edit: If you want to see Chuck James, he's going against the Cards tonight. So far two scoreless innings with one walk.
Also, here's a little thing Sickels wrote: link