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The 8 MLB Teams That Blew It at the Trade Deadline

Former Washington National Max ScherzerNick Wass/Associated Press. If you thought the Thursday night megadeal in which the Washington Nationals shipped Max Scherzer and Trea Turner to the Los Angeles Dodgers was going to be the end of the stakes-raising at the MLB trade deadline, goodness were you mistaken. Dozens of...
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Former Phillies reliever heads to Yankees in blockbuster Gallo trade

Former Phillies reliever Joely Rodriguez is headed to the Yankees. The hot stove was burning around Major League Baseball this week as Friday’s trade deadline came and went. Several trades, big and small, took place right down to the final minute on Friday, with a few last-minute bombs dropping after the fact. And while Philadelphia Phillies president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski was working on his new team, one blockbuster swap made headlines on Wednesday that involved the team’s 2009 World Series rival.
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David Dahl not in Rangers' Saturday lineup

Texas Rangers outfielder David Dahl is sitting Saturday in the team's game against the Seattle Mariners. Dahl is being replaced in right field by Adolis Garcia against Mariners starter Tyler Anderson. In 217 plate appearances this season, Dahl has a .213 batting average with a .577 OPS, 4 home runs,...
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Perusing the Prospects: current state of Triple-A outfield

The Houston Astros made a shocking trade at the deadline, sending Myles Straw to Cleveland. In response, they selected Jake Meyers from Triple-A Sugar Land for the 40-man roster, while also placing him on the active roster. Meyers has raked with the Skeeters, as he has slashed .343/.408/.598 with 16...
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Saturday Bird Droppings: The trade deadline has come and gone

Not everyone will agree, but the Orioles’ had a pretty good deadline day for my money. They unloaded Freddy Galvis, a shortstop they had already replaced (arguably upgraded upon), and Shawn Armstrong, a relief pitcher that was no longer even on the 40-man roster. At the same time, they held onto the big names and a slew of relief pitchers with oodles of team control remaining. Based on the chatter online, there was a large contingent of Orioles fans that would have preferred to see Tanner Scott or even Paul Fry get out of town for just about any offer that was available. Clearly, Mike Elias had different ideas.
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How to win $1,000 on A's vs. Angels for free

Now that the trade dust has settled, one of the most important things to remember is that the rosters you will see on Saturday are the ones that you will see the final week in September. There is no August waiver trade period anymore. For teams in contention like the...
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LHP Tyler Anderson ready for Mariners debut vs. Rangers

With only four healthy starting pitchers, the Seattle Mariners needed a reliable arm at the trade deadline. It would appear left-hander Tyler Anderson fits that bill. Anderson, acquired earlier on Wednesday from the Pittsburgh Pirates, is scheduled to make his Mariners debut Saturday night against the Texas Rangers in Arlington, Texas.
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Eli White in Rangers' Saturday lineup

Texas Rangers outfielder Eli White is starting Saturday in the team's game against the Seattle Mariners. White is getting the nod in center field while batting ninth in the order against Mariners starter Tyler Anderson. Our models project White for 0.8 hits, 0.4 runs, 0.1 home runs, 0.4 RBI and...
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Heim's second 2-run HR in 10th lifts Rangers over Mariners

ARLINGTON, Texas -- — Switch-hitting Jonah Heim hit his second two-run homer of the game in the bottom of the 10th inning to give the Texas Rangers a 5-4 win over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night. Heim, who homered from both sides of the plate, launched his left-handed shot...
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Brock Holt sitting on Saturday for Texas

Texas Rangers infielder/outfielder Brock Holt is not in the lineup Saturday in the team's game against the Seattle Mariners. Holt is being replaced at third base by Charlie Culberson against Mariners starter Tyler Anderson. In 200 plate appearances this season, Holt has a .200 batting average with a .569 OPS,...
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