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Trevor Story stays with Rockies in wild MLB trade deadline

The Colorado Rockies stood firm at the MLB trade deadline and– after months and months of deliberation– have decided to keep talented shortstop Trevor Story. The Rockies had been linked to deal Story for some time, especially after dealing Nolan Arenado in the offseason to the St. Louis Cardinals. According to Mark Feinsand, the Rockies will wait and see what happens in free agency.
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Phillies acquire Gibson, Kennedy from Rangers

The Philadelphia Phillies acquired pitchers Kyle Gibson and Ian Kennedy, bolstering their staff in a deadline trade Friday in which they got the Texas Rangers’ top starter and closer in exchange for rookie right-hander Spencer Howard and two other pitching prospects. Texas also sent pitching prospect Hans Crouse, a second-round...
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Dodgers acquire Scherzer and Turner, Giants nab Bryant

LOS ANGELES, July 30 (Reuters) - The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired three-time Cy Young best pitcher winner Max Scherzer and 2021 All-Star infielder Trea Turner while division rivals the San Francisco Giants nabbed slugger Kris Bryant ahead of MLB's trade deadline on Friday. Hard-throwing right hander Scherzer is 8-4 with...
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MLB trade deadline: Yankees add rotation depth by acquiring Andrew Heaney from Angels, per report

Prior to Friday's trade deadline, the New York Yankees acquired left-hander Andrew Heaney from the Los Angeles Angels, reports Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. Heaney, 30, has made 18 starts for the Angels this season, and over that span he's put up an ERA of 5.27. However, he's looked sharper in recent outings, and his strong K/BB ratio of 3.65 suggests he's been unlucky thus far.
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Jewish heritage celebrated at Marlins home game

As the Miami Marlins defeated the visiting San Diego Padres 9-3 on July 25, Jewish heritage was celebrated at LoanDepot Park. The game drew 12,765 people and the total amount of ticket buyers for the Marlins’ Jewish Heritage Celebration was just shy of 200. A portion of the proceeds from each ticket benefited the organization’s Surfside Relief Fund.
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LA Angels quietly returned nice haul for struggling Andrew Heaney

Andrew Heaney and the LA Angels really needed to go their separate ways. Heaney’s performance was pretty awful for the Halos this year, posting a losing 6-7 record, as well as recording a disappointing 5.27 ERA. They traded him to the New York Yankees. Maybe he just needed a change...
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Two-time All-Star shortstop Trevor Story mad Rockies didn't trade him?

A plethora of big names switched teams ahead of Friday's MLB trade deadline that came and went at 4 p.m. ET. Colorado Rockies All-Star shortstop Trevor Story was supposed to be among them, but the Rockies held onto the 28-year-old even though he can hit free agency after the season and already has one foot out the door.
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Reports: Andrew Heaney traded to Yankees

The Angels stayed pretty quiet at the trade deadline, as they only made one trade. According to reports, the Angels traded left-handed pitcher Andrew Heaney to the New York Yankees. In the deal, they’ll acquire minor-leaguers Janson Junk and Elvis Peguero. Yankees have acquired LHP Andrew Heaney and cash from...
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Yankees drop wild post-trade deadline lineup for series opener vs Marlins

Alright guys, it’s not completely full strength, but beggars can’t be choosers. The New York Yankees lineup already looks totally different and fans should be ecstatic. The Bombers will be without DJ LeMahieu (triceps) and Gio Urshela (hamstring) on Friday night for the series opener against the Miami Marlins. The good news is both are day-to-day, so neither injury is serious.
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Cubs Clear House, Deal Rizzo, Bryant, Baez, Kimbrel And More At MLB Trade Deadline

The Chicago Cubs were this season’s biggest sellers at Friday's MLB trade deadline as they have unloaded several big names and fan favorites. Down in the standings with little chance of recapturing their 2016 World Series magic, the Cubs traded first baseman Anthony Rizzo, third baseman Kris Bryant, shortstop Javier Baez, closer Craig Kimbrel, outfielder Jake Marisnick and bullpen pitcher Ryan Tepera.
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Isan Diaz out of Marlins' Friday lineup against Yankees

Miami Marlins infielder Isan Diaz is not starting in Friday's game against the New York Yankees. Diaz will rest on Friday evening after Jazz Chisholm was announced as New York's starting second baseman. Per Baseball Savant on 91 batted balls this season, Diaz has produced a 5.5% barrel rate and...
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Kris Bryant is heading to the Giants, part of a record wave of All-Stars traded this season

There was a flurry of movement Thursday and Friday ahead of the MLB trade deadline (4 p.m. Eastern Friday), including the Chicago Cubs dealing Javier Baez and Trevor Williams to the New York Mets, Anthony Rizzo to the New York Yankees, and Craig Kimbrel to the crosstown White Sox. The Cubs continued to make moves Friday, sending Kris Bryant to the San Francisco Giants in a deal reported just before the deadline:
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Dodgers: 3 players most affected by Scherzer-Turner blockbuster

MLB could extend the trade deadline another week and the Los Angeles Dodgers still would have come out on top after their blockbuster deal with the Washington Nationals that sent Max Scherzer and Trea Turner to the West Coast. For a second there, everyone thought the New York Yankees and...
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Angels deal away Andrew Heaney, Tony Watson at trade deadline

In Perry Minasian’s first trading deadline with the Angels, the biggest move he made may have been one involving a player he already had. The Angels reportedly traded Andrew Heaney to the New York Yankees for two minor-league pitchers and reliever Tony Watson to the San Francisco Giants for three minor league pitchers.
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Reports: Giants acquire star 3B Kris Bryant from Cubs

The Chicago Cubs are trading former National League MVP and four-time All-Star third baseman Kris Bryant to the San Francisco Giants, multiple reports said Friday. Bryant, a subject of trade speculation for months on end, will join the team with the best record in Major League Baseball (64-38) entering trade deadline day.
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