The veteran is traded out of New York at the 11th hour for the second time in four years.
The Dodgers trade from a deep pool of young pitching to get 36-year-old sorta-like-an-ace Rich Hill, along with right fielder Josh Reddick.
The Orioles and Steve Pearce keep bumping into each other, often quite successfully.
Minnesota gets creative in dumping Ricky Nolasco, as the Twins also send a former top prospect to the Angels and get back Hector Santiago. Also, the Angels send Joe Smith to the Cubs.
The Rays ship HBP fiend Brandon Guyer to Cleveland for a pair of prospects.
Wade Miley is a below-average starter having a career-worst year, but when you’re Baltimore that makes him a no. 3.
Notes on prospects who stood out over the weekend, including Eloy Jimenez, Willi Castro, Ian Anderson, and Chance Adams.
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.
St. Louis avoids breaking the bank, but picks up a useful left-hander signed through 2017.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Jorge Alfaro, Anthony Alford, Francis Martes, and Jake Woodford.
Chicago acquiring Aroldis Chapman from New York is a complicated, blockbuster trade on and off the field.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Peter Lambert, Anthony Garcia, Austin Gomber, and Travis Blankenhorn.