Monday afternoon, right as the MLB non-waiver trade deadline was coming to a close, the Los Angeles Dodgers nabbed Yu Darvish. So, what does it all mean?
MLB Trade Deadline
Right now, Yu Darvish is a pitcher for the Texas Rangers. Whether or not he remains there is entirely up to them at the moment. So how likely is a deal?
The Diamondbacks are off to a great start, but if they had a need it was certainly on the offensive end. J.D. Martinez addresses that, and then some.
Being mad that a potential trade didn’t bring the return you were expecting? Fine. Being mad that a player exercised his right? Not so much.
In 2013, Yasiel Puig was crucial during LA’s summer surge that led to a divisional title. But this year and last, his production has slipped. Now what?
The Yankees have great relievers, and plenty of clubs are looking for relief help at the deadline. If they had to move one, should it be Miller or Chapman?
Injuries have hit the Rangers hard. Will they trade for pitching help? A bat? Would it make more sense for them to deal Profar or Gallo? It’s a tough call.
In this special Saturday edition of the wind up, we take a look back at the week that was the 2015 MLB non-waiver trade deadline. In short, it didn’t disappoint.
What if the White Sox decided to trade Chris Sale? What if it were to the Cubs? Here’s what it could look like.
As the MLB trade deadline approaches, what moves should each team make?
With the MLB trade deadline approaching, which players will we see going to new teams?
Several contenders made key moves close to the deadline that will help their chances come September
Should Los Angeles become sellers and rebuild?
Even if they plan to contend in 2014, not trading Byrd makes no sense.