MLB Trade Deadline
The Manny Machado deal may have opened the floodgates as contenders rush to improve their roster. The Cleveland Indians’ needs have been more on display than most contenders as they have blown some high profile games so far this season. A part of that is natural bullpen volatility and part
The Dodgers completed the most significant trade of the 2018 season when they traded five prospects to the Baltimore Orioles in exchange for shortstop Manny Machado. We knew something was going on when all-star outfielder Matt Kemp pretended to take a selfie with Machado during the all-star game. The deal
Wonders never cease and we’ve reached that point where the Marlins have become buyers. They traded pitching prospect Chris Paddack to the San Diego Padres for reliever Fernando Rodney. The move makes the second major deal for the Padres this season. They are clearly giving up on the 2016 season.
The Kansas City Royals just got a whole lot better. The Royals acquired Johnny Cueto from the Reds in exchange for prospects Brandon Finnegan, John Lamb and Cody Reed. MLB on FOX reporter Ken Rosenthal first broke the news Saturday night about a potential deal between the two teams, but
Aramis Ramirez is a Pittsburgh Pirate again. The 37-year-old third-baseman is heading back to Pittsburgh, nearly 12 years after being dealt from the Pirates to the Cubs. In return, the Brewers will get right-handed pitcher Yhonathan Barrios. Barrios, currently playing in Triple-A Indianapolis, is expected to join the Brewers’ Double-A
Jake Peavy to Red Sox-Jose Iglesias to Tigers-Avisail Garcia to White Sox Jake Peavy was finally dealt Tuesday night (pending medicals). Boston is obviously worried about their rotation depth, due to Clay Bucholz’s current ailments. Peavy hasn’t been as effective this season as he was earlier in his career and