Chicago restocks the farm system with another blockbuster, sending Adam Eaton to Washington for three pitching prospects.
Dave Dombrowski swings for the fences, landing White Sox ace Chris Sale for a substantial prospect package headlined by Yoan Moncada.
The Pirates trade two starters, get back two more, and come out two prospects shallower than they were at the start of the day.
After their deal for Jonathan Lucroy falls through, the Indians pivot and snag their new closer out of the Bronx.
Seven players change hands in a deal that might seem confusing for any team but the Marlins.
Eduardo Nunez goes from backup to All-Star to traded, as the Twins send the veteran infielder to the Giants.
Toronto needs outfield depth in the short and long term, so the Blue Jays took Melvin Upton off the Padres’ hands at a discount.
Chicago acquiring Aroldis Chapman from New York is a complicated, blockbuster trade on and off the field.
It’s the East of the East. Like that Jean-Claude Van Damme movie except about baseball. Sort of.
Notes on those who made an impression from the West representatives in the latest minor league all-star game.