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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 National League Central.
- Which players are on trade waivers?
- The Nationals finally got their closer this deadline.
- Miami dealt two of their biggest arms at the deadline. Will the return be worth it down the road?
- The Tigers and Astros have discussed Verlander this month, so there’s still a fair chance the veteran could be moved.
- Take a look back at what the Mets did at the deadline and if literally anything matters anymore.
- Did the Braves do enough in July?
- The Astros had a very sneaky yet lucrative deadline.
- Here’s a look back at how the Angels handled the deadline.
- Mariners’ pitchers Felix Hernandez and David Phelps will both miss time with arm injuries.
- The Rockies have made a 4-year extension offer to Carlos Gonzalez.
- The White Sox have called up highly touted prospect Reynaldo Lopez.
- An MLB player born in 1997 hit a homer because time is a cruel mistress and we're all old now.
- Seattle likes to keep everyone on their toes and wait until the official trade deadline is over to make all of their moves.
- The Cardinals had a quiet deadline, which was to be expected.
- Time to take a look back at how the Athletics handled the trade deadline and if they really had any choice in dealing Sonny Gray.
- The Reds shed a few extra arms this deadline, much to the relief of probably everyone.
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Today in baseball: On this day in 2002, Barry Bonds hits his 600th career home run.