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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.
- Clayton Kershaw will be out 4-6 weeks with back injury, baseball is officially cancelled.
- After trading David Phelps, it seems the Marlins could move AJ Ramos. Several teams are interested.
- The Dodgers have a 'strong interest' in Rangers' star pitcher Yu Darvish
- The Cardinals are in ongoing talks involving Lance Lynn. The plot is thickening.
- Because anything is possible at the deadline and we love a good ol’ fashion twist, the Twins have finally acquired Jaime Garcia.
- The Dodgers are in the market for pitching help and have expressed interest in Addison Reed.
- The Royals have acquired a huge package of Trevor Cahill, Brandon Maurer and Ryan Buchter from the Padres.
- The Red Sox are scouting Zack Cozart.
- The Mariners have signed Danny Espinosa.
- The Mariners are considering a run at Athletics' Sonny Gray, so may the odds be ever in your favor.
- The Tigers are ‘aggressively’ shopping veteran ace Justin Verlander.
- Adrián Beltré is 38 years old and still making ridiculous plays at third base, baseball is awesome.
- The Yankees are reportedly inquired on Giancarlo Stanton, because The Cash Man didn’t come to play.
- The Yankees have traded utility man Rob Refsnyder to the Blue Jays.
- Could the Yankees possibly trade Jacoby Ellsbury? Maybe. Maybe not. Maybe for a Hostess cupcake and three bags of puffy Cheetos, it’s anyone’s guess.
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Today in baseball: On this day in 2012, Cole Hamels becomes the highest paid Phillies player in history when he signs a guaranteed six-year, $144 million contract.