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The MLB Daily Dish: MLB trade rumors and news for August 7, 2016

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Seattle acquired Pat Venditte from the Blue Jays:

Venditte, 31, is known for throwing with both hands in an effort to create a platoon advantage. He will initially head to Triple-A Tacoma, providing some bullpen depth for the stretch run.

Venditte has appeared in 8.2 major-league innings for Toronto this season, his second in the majors. He has posted a 5.19 ERA in that span, causing his career ERA to rise to a 4.58 mark in 34 career games with the Athletics (2015) and Blue Jays (2016).

The Mariners also acquired reliever Arquimedes Caminero from the Pirates.

Miami added Hunter Cervenka in exchange for a pair of minor league prospects.

Tampa Bay might seek compensation for receiving an injured player from the Giants:

Fox reportedly fouled a ball off of his left foot about a week before the trade was announced Monday in advance of the non-waiver trade deadline. He had been playing through the injury, but that information was not provided to the Rays, according to Topkin.

Nick Castellanos will be away from the Tigers for a bit:

Pittsburgh is calling upon an arm to replace Caminero:

Tim Lincecum’s tenure in Los Angeles is over:

Clayton Richard is back with the Padres:

It hasn’t been a healthy year for the Dodgers:

So much for Rich Hill’s Sunday start:

Bad news for the Nationals:

New York announced a press conference for Sunday afternoon:

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