The Mets are chasing the Cubs and the Giants in the Wild Card, and they’ve made their second trade in a week to shore up their roster.
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Trade Deadline week is here, and there’s so much to get into. Are the Cubs going to wait until the last moment to make a move?
Given the additional Wild Cards, teams could use a little more time to decide where they stand.
The 34-year-old utility man is hitting well again this year, and will be traded this week. To whom? Well, pretty much every competitive team has a reason to want him.
If the Cubs were looking to add for 2015 and beyond, this is one route to go.
There were trades around the league and Cubs rumors, but the losses to the Phillies overshadowed things.
The Dodgers have always felt like the most obvious landing spot.
Another big trade looks like it’s going down.
Hamels was very, very good yesterday – but the fact that he threw a no-hitter isn’t going to change his market.
Not the sexiest names, but they should help the Mets’ offense quite a bit.
Cishek has been a lot better lately, but comes with a relatively healthy salary and an unclear future. The Cardinals didn’t give up much, though.
A team without obvious tradable pieces or an obvious inclination to sell. But, you know, they’ve been so bad …
Will the Cubs and Red Sox battle it out for Hamels? Do the Dodgers still make the most sense?
So much to get to after an already-crazy day. Cubs still in on Hamels, questions about Price, teams might scout Baez, and much more.
Ramirez could help the Pirates in several ways.
The first major trade of Trade Season, and it’s the Astros getting a quality rental for a reasonable price.
Will the Cubs be going after a big-time starter after all?
The Reds, however, got the top pick, and the Pirates also got a pick in the first competitive balance round.
The White Sox really only have one trade piece that is a realistic fit for the Cubs.
The question of whether the Tigers will sell is a pretty big one, with impact all over the market.