Jonathan Lucroy may end up being the most valuable deadline pickup, with a chance to help the Rangers on both sides of the ball.
The Pirates trade two starters, get back two more, and come out two prospects shallower than they were at the start of the day.
The Mets get a power hitter, but might just be adding to the glut at a few well-covered positions.
After their deal for Jonathan Lucroy falls through, the Indians pivot and snag their new closer out of the Bronx.
The Nationals get Mark Melancon, a reliever who has been as good as Aroldis Chapman.
Toronto and Seattle exchange disappointing veteran relievers, Texas brings in some pitching depth, and Joey Gallo gets a chance to let it fly.
Michael Conforto returns to New York, Justin Smoak stays in Toronto, and Yuliesky Gurriel might be an odd fit in Houston.
Boston makes three trades to rebuild the bullpen and the infield, and Omar Infante tries to keep his career going in Atlanta.
Miami invests in Fernando Rodney avoiding pumpkin status and Los Angeles picks up a Clayton Kershaw fill-in.
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