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Good morning baseball fans! Yes, the non-waiver trade deadline is behind us, but there are still deals to be made. Stay tuned to MLBDD for the latest.
- You can find a recap of each team’s move leading up to the trade deadline here.
- Here’s the latest from around the American League Central.
- The Indians signed left-hander Craig Breslow to a minor league contract.
- The Pirates acquired Sean Rodriguez, and with that, August trade season is underway.
- Jay Bruce and Curtis Granderson both cleared waivers, which means the Mets can explore trades should they be inclined to do so.
- Pittsburgh claimed George Kontos off waivers from the Giants.
- It seems Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman is set to pitch out of the bullpen, according to MASNsports.com’s Roch Kubatko.
- There is a chance the Yankees will place Matt Holliday on the disabled list, according to MLB.com’s Bryan Hoch.
- Right-hander Mike Bolsinger was designated for assignment by the Blue Jays, the team announced.
- Colorado placed Kyle Freeland on the 10-day disabled list Saturday, according to a team announcement.
- San Francisco placed Brandon Belt on the concussion disabled list, the team announced.
- Right biceps tendinitis has Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez on the disabled list.
- The Yankees, Phillies, Athletics and Marlins are among the teams on Jay Bruce’s no-trade list, according to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal.
2017 MLB Trade Deadline Tracker
2017 MLB Trade Deadline Team-By-Team Tracker
Players are on trade waivers
MLB Free Agent List
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