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Good morning baseball fans! Fasten your seat belts everyone, because we’re about to go full throttle until the deadline.
What’s going on in baseball today? Rumors, rumors and more rumors.
- Here’s the latest from around the American League Central.
- The Nationals opted to release veteran reliever Francisco Rodriguez.
- Houston is interested in Detroit left-hander Justin Wilson.
- After missing out on Jose Quintana, the Braves are seeking other controllable starters.
- Todd Frazier to the Red Sox reportedly ‘seems almost inevitable’.
- Arizona is seeking outfield depth and has expressed interest in J.D. Martinez.
- The Brewers are leading the pack to snatch up Athletics’ Sonny Gray.
- The Indians are evaluating Sonny Gray and seem to be the latest team connected to the starter.
- Are the Nationals done for the deadline or will they make more moves approaching July 31st?
- Joe Ross will undergo Tommy John surgery and be out for the remainder of the season as a result.
- The Giants and Cardinals are both interested in Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton.
- Nate Karns is out for the remainder of the year after undergoing shoulder surgery.
- The Nationals finally have a closer, acquire Sean Doolittle, Ryan Madson.
- Pablo Sandoval, who the Red Sox recently released, is interested in joining the Giants again.
- Get ready everyone, the Orioles are preparing to sell.
- Atlanta is interested in Jurickson Profar, according to FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman.
- Could the next big trade be upon us? The Cardinals, Dodgers, are Royals are all in the lead for Tigers' J.D. Martinez.
- It seems the Cubs are unlikely to trade for Sonny Gray, according to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal.
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Today in baseball: On this day in 1987, Don Mattingly becomes the first American League player to hit a home run in seven consecutive games.