The Philadelphia Phillies obtained two Young's during this offseason.
Last month they traded for Texas Rangers' icon Michael Young, who will play third base. Then, this week, they signed Detroit Tigers' free agent Delmon Young. The American League Champions' designated hitter (and part-time outfielder) will be given a chance to play right field for Charlie Manuel this season.
Meanwhile, down in Georgia, the Atlanta Braves obtained not one, but two Upton's this offseason. First, Tampa Bay Rays' free agent B.J. Upton was signed and then his brother Justin Upton was obtained from the Arizona Diamondbacks (along with third baseman Chris Johnson) for Martin Prado and prospects.
The Braves had significantly more payroll space available within their payroll and used it to unite the Upton brothers. The Phillies, who have many existing financial commitments, had to go the "less expensive" route.
As of right now the Washington Nationals, who also added a number of good players to their team since the end of last season, still project as the best team in the National League East. The Braves also look to be the second-best.