Merrily merrily merr– wait, I already made this joke. Cespedes is going to the Mets.
The frequently-traded right-hander has a new home in Chicago, and Philadelphia’s speedster heads north.
The Twins, Blue Jays, and many others stock their bullpens for the stretch run.
The Yankees acquire white whale Dustin Ackley, the Pirates bolster their bullpen, and the Giants solidify their rotation with Mike Leake.
The Dodgers traded for seven players in one three-way trade, including Mat Latos and Alex Wood. Hector Olivera, among others, heads the other way.
Now the Blue Jays’d come so far and they’d waited so long just to end up caught outside the playoffs where everything goes wrong
What exactly are scouts looking for when they watch a player right before the trade deadline?
Having already acquired Shane Victorino, the Angels add David Murphy, David DeJesus, and Christopher Lloyd to the roster
Gently to KC / merrily merrily merrily merrily / the Royals are going all-in
If baseball were an arms race for right-handed power, the Blue Jays would rule us all.
Who are the franchise cornerstones at Lloyd Banks’ favorite position? Prospect team members and industry sources weigh in.
Juan Uribe heads to another new team, Steve Cishek shores up St. Louis’ bullpen, and a bevy of other moves.
Twelve years ago, the Pirates traded Aramis Ramirez to the Cubs for an extremely forgettable return. Today, they got him back for the same.
Can anyone pose a challenge to Nomar Mazara’s reign?