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MLB trade rumors and news: The Manny Machado saga is over after Dodgers acquire him from Orioles

Los Angeles makes huge move for four-time All-Star by sending five prospects to Baltimore.

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• The Manny Machado trade saga is over, as the four-time All-Star has officially been dealt to the Dodgers for five prospects.

• With Machado going to Los Angeles, our own Matt Powers has provided immediate grades for the Dodgers and Orioles on the trade.

• Because they have cooled off after a great first two months and are in a stacked AL West, the Angels are in limbo as to whether they will be buyers or sellers at the trade deadline.

• The Phillies reportedly have interest in bringing back an old friend, as they’re targeting Blue Jays lefty (and 2004 Phillies draftee) J.A. Happ.

• The Braves are likely to be buyers at the trade deadline as they look to reach the postseason for the first time since 2013.

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