MLB Trade Deadline
Trade deadline day/week has come and gone, which means it’s time for an early look at who won/lost with their acquisitions.
Newly acquired pitcher Mat Latos will make his Dodgers debut on Sunday, as he takes on the Los Angeles Angels in the final game of a three-game series.
The 2015 MLB trade deadline was a whirlwind to say the least. Some teams positioned themselves for a playoff run by acquiring players, while others sold their assets in the hopes of acquiring younger talent for future years.
The Dodgers will place third basemen Justin Turner on the 15-day Disabled List, along with sending pitchers Zach Lee and Mike Bolsinger down to Triple-A Oklahoma City.
It’s deadline day, which in the past has meant blockbuster deals. Let’s look at some of the best and worst.
Jason Castro hit a three-run homer with two outs in the ninth inning to give the Houston Astros a 3-0 victory and a three-game sweep of the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night.
As the trade deadline approaches, most teams have already made their moves in order to establish themselves as legitimate playoff contenders.
The Los Angeles Dodgers made a splash this week by completing a 13-player deal with the Miami Marlins and Atlanta Braves.
Phillies ace Cole Hamels enhanced his trade value even more, becoming the first pitcher to throw a no-hitter against the Chicago Cubs in 50 years while leading Philadelphia to a 5-0 win Saturday.
A look at which teams should buy and sell at the deadline based on the numbers.
The Major League Baseball Trade Deadline is July 31st, and there are plenty of candidates who could be traded to contending teams.
After one of the craziest MLB trade deadlines ever, let’s take a look at who made the best moves of the day.
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With the MLB trade deadline just two weeks away, it’s time to see who could potentially be on the move in late July.
Hunter Pence hopes this sequel has a better ending. The Philadelphia Phillies traded the two-time All-Star right fielder to the San Francisco Giants for three players on Tuesday. It’s the second time in two years Pence went from last place to first place right before the non-waiver trade deadline.