Ben and Sam discuss Jonathan Lucroy, Rich Hill, the rebuilding Yankees, the price of relievers and multiple trade-deadline rumors they had trouble believing.
Matt Kemp is getting used to being a salary dump and this time the Padres didn’t even keep the player he was traded for.
Jonathan Lucroy may end up being the most valuable deadline pickup, with a chance to help the Rangers on both sides of the ball.
On Clay Buchholz, potential hero of the eighth month.
Orlando Arcia sounds more like a destination resort than a baseball player but here we are.
They paid a high price to get him, but what version of Matt Moore should the Giants expect to see?
Danny Salazar is losing heat, and Max Kepler takes advantage. Meanwhile, Danny Duffy and Kyle Hendricks turn in signature starts.
A look at how the wise guys spent their money in expert leagues this week.
Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Rob Zastryzny, Taylor Clarke, Kyle Farmer, and Josh Lowe.
The Mets get a power hitter, but might just be adding to the glut at a few well-covered positions.
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 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 veteran is traded out of New York at the 11th hour for the second time in four years.