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The MLB Daily Dish: MLB trade rumors and news for July 10, 2016

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Boston made a big trade early Saturday morning, acquiring Brad Ziegler from the Diamondbacks:

Ziegler, 36, will provide much needed bullpen help for a Red Sox team that was unable to use righties Junichi Tazawa and Craig Kimbrel due to injury concerns Friday night. Though it is unclear whether either Tazawa or Kimbrel will require a stint on the disabled list, it appears Dombrowski believed an immediate move was necessary.

Yoenis Cespedes and Noah Syndergaard both left New York’s Friday night game early due to injuries.

Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel will be sidelined three to six weeks as a result of a knee injury. Boston placed him on the disabled list Saturday.

The Braves will almost certainly be selling before the trade deadline.

San Diego is not open to trading Wil Myers.

Yankees reliever Andrew Miller is atop Chicago’s wish list:

While the Yankees, who trail the Orioles by seven and a half games in the American League East, don’t appear open to the idea of moving Miller, he is likely an ideal target. Miller is signed through 2018 and has pitched to a 1.43 ERA and 1.90 FIP over 37.2 innings this season.

Brad Ziegler might end up back in Arizona next season:

Bartolo Colon doesn’t want to stop pitching:

Boston’s closing situation is an intriguing one:

The White Sox’s rotation took a hit Saturday:

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