Ben and Sam discuss the Phillies, Blue Jays, and being a buyer or seller in the multi-Wild Card era, then talk about the significance of Jose Canseco’s internet notoriety.
Jeff Luhnow’s first task was to clear the mess Ed Wade made, and he’s already given the Astros a fresh start.
In a deadline swap of unwanted starters, the Royals have come out ahead.
What’s actually involved when a prospect gets traded in-season?
Ben and Sam discuss players who turn down trades to contenders, Yu Darvish, and their standards for playoff starters.
Dealing Felix Hernandez at this year’s non-waiver trade deadline could have significantly brightened the Mariners’ future.
Ben and Sam reevaluate the NL West after the deadline and take stock of this season’s converted starters.
With one deadline under the new CBA behind us, can we say anything about what we’ll see from future July 31sts?
Some deadline deals that were rumored to have been discussed didn’t end up happening. Colin attempts to figure out why each one fizzled.
Updated with links to the latest trade deadline transaction analysis.
Ben and Sam discuss whether the Orioles should be buyers and what teams mean when they dub a prospect “untouchable.”
In some cases, getting attached to your team’s newest player requires extra effort. Josh is here to help.
BP’s resident former GM explains what the deadline is like for the people pulling the trigger on trades.
The Giants help shore up their middle infield by acquiring Marco Scutaro.
Derek teases out how league switches, ballpark switches and role-changes will affect your team.