Former Braves farmhand Bobby Smith believes he's a future All-Star. So does his manager. Even so, the 24-year-old Smith says he has no complaints about being asked to sit from time to time as fellow third baseman Wade Boggs pursues his 3,000th hit. "Wade and I are cool," says Smith. "Last year he helped me a lot. I want to see him get 3,000." Maybe he does, but the bottom line is that Smith deserves to play every day. In just 370 at bats last season he had II home runs and 55 RBIs, but he also broke the 100-strikeout mark for the fifth straight year. "He has an unlimited future," says Tampa Bay skipper Larry Rothschild. But, alas, with a limited number of at bats for now.