While the SF Giants are one of several contenders leading the chase for starting pitching at this year’s MLB trade deadline, their two biggest rivals, the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres, are involved in trade discussions surrounding Minnesota Twins ace Jose Berrios, according to a report by MLB Network’s Jon Morosi. Berrios could easily be the best starting pitcher moved this summer, and has an additional year of team control via arbitration after this season.
The Washington Nationals' latest losing run put them eight games back of first place in the National League East. And their position in the days prior to Friday's trade deadline will be monitored closely because of the potential availability of Max Scherzer. If the veteran is made available, he will...
MLB trade rumors: Latest updates on Nationals’ Max Scherzer, Marlins’ Starling Marte, Indians’ Jose Ramirez, Twins’ Jose Berrios
Time for a quick roundup of MLB trade rumors making the rounds on Tuesday as Friday’s 4 p.m. deadline approaches. According to MLB.com, “Max Scherzer does not intend to exercise his 10-5 rights to veto a trade out of Washington, sources told the Post’s Jesse Dougherty.”. MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand says...
The trade deadline is this coming Friday and already two of the best available players have been moved. The Rays acquired Nelson Cruz last week and the Padres brought in Adam Frazier over the weekend. Here's the latest trade deadline buzz. Dodgers, Padres interested in Berríos. The Twins are discussing...
The Trade Deadline arrives on Friday at 4 p.m. ET, and one of the things that makes this time of year so exciting is its unpredictable nature. Sure, many of the deals that go down will be ones with some connection to rumors that have been percolating over the previous weeks. Yet there are also always those moves that come out of left field, so to speak.
The Boston Red Sox will kick off their final series before the MLB Trade Deadline tonight against the Toronto Blue Jays, and they could end up having a few new faces on the team by the time it wraps up. With the series to set to conclude a day before the Trade Deadline, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Boston do some of their trade work during this series.