Arizona Diamondbacks rumors
The four-time All-Star joins his ninth team.
Smith is the second pitcher to be suspended under MLB’s revised foreign substance policy.
Locastro has struggled mightily this year but may still be the Yankees’ best option in center field.
The surprisingly competitive Marlins add a proven veteran to their outfield mix.
We’ll see if some rest can help Bumgarner get back on track.
The Diamondbacks take a starting pitcher with their first-round selection.
Pretty good for a former pitcher.
The veteran catcher heads to Arizona after resurrecting his career with the Giants in 2019.
The Braves add some catching depth prior to the deadline.
The NL West is one of baseball’s weirdest divisions. What kind of transactional activity will take place within it at the deadline?
Though he had a miserable run with the Cardinals, the former All-Star closer ultimately earned himself another major-league deal.
Dan Lozano, founder of the agency MVP Sports Group, is tired of the inaccuracy regarding his client’s negotiations with clubs in free agency.
Flores represents the D-Backs’ most significant addition of the offseason to date.
St. Louis acquires one of game’s best first basemen to boost lineup, infield
The Cardinals boost the middle of their lineup in a major way with one of baseball’s fearsome sluggers.
St. Louis is searching for a big bat this winter and they hope to bring Goldy’s big stick to the Midwest.
MLB trade rumors and news: Diamondbacks’ Brad Ziegler gives emotional goodbye to MLB; Nationals make deal for Kyle Barraclough
Despite no playoff baseball happening, MLB still saw some big news happen Wednesday.
Who has done the best job offensively at their respective positions this season?
The Dodgers, Padres, Diamondbacks, Rockies and Giants made a ton of splashy trades before July 31
While the fireworks slowed down a bit over the weekend, we’re still heading into the trade deadline hot.
With teams scrambling for pitching depth, welcome to a literal arms race. Check out what other trades and rumors have gone down.
Boston beefs up back of rotation in hopes of beating out Bronx Bombers in AL East.
Arizona adds a swingman for the stretch run as Tampa’s season-long firesale continues.
It is too early to call the Yankees the favorites, but their dialogue with the Orioles certainly means that they are at least strongly in the running.