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Major League Baseball's Trade Deadline is Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET, and heading into the final 24 hours before the deadline passes, the Rays are looking more and more like they will stand pat.
D-backs GM Kevin Towers remained with his staff in his suite at the team's Pasadena hotel on Monday night, a white board detailing possible trade scenarios.
The rumors on Monday regarding Ryan Dempster ranged from talks heating up to no new discussions, depending on who you followed on Twitter. Cubs manager Dale Sveum can't wait for Tuesday's non-waiver Trade Deadline to pass.
Ryan Dempster did the same pregame prep work he normally does before a start, except the right-hander isn't quite sure he'll be taking the mound Tuesday night for the Cubs.
A scorching July has turned the A's into surprising playoff contenders, which means they're now the type of team that could look to add another weapon or two before Tuesday's 1 p.m. PT Trade Deadline.
Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said he has been in communication with a number of clubs regarding potential trades, and that it could come down to the final hours leading up to Tuesday's 1 p.m. PT non-waiver Trade Deadline.
By now, manager Jim Leyland's statement that he doesn't expect a trade to happen has become almost a standard line. When he says it with less than 24 hours to go before the non-waiver Trade Deadline, though, he seemingly has a very good chance of being spot-on.
Saturday's late-night deal involving Francisco Liriano might not be the Twins' only trade before Tuesday's Trade Deadline, as clubs have interest in first baseman Justin Morneau and outfielders Denard Span and Josh Willingham.
We're down to the final hours before baseball's non-waiver Trade Deadline, and trade talk dominates the game. Talk has given way to action, and the annual flurry of moves is well under way. It's already been one of the most active run-ups to the Deadline in recent memory, and now the home stretch has arrived.
Some teams are trying to add talent in order to go for broke, and some are trying to divest themselves of players now in order to improve their future prospects. It will take time to sort out which teams succeeded in their disparate efforts, but there will be even more intrigue Tuesday and after the Deadline passes.
Brian Cashman may have been on what he called "a sanity walk" around Yankee Stadium, enjoying a brief respite from the stresses of his office, but the Yankees' general manager said he doesn't expect his club to be a mover and shaker at Tuesday's non-waiver Trade Deadline.
Drafted by the Marlins in 2002, Josh Johnson has made it clear that he wants to remain with the only franchise he's ever known, but he knows it's out of his control.
The National League Central-rival Astros and Brewers have been selling. Pittsburgh's been buying. Cincinnati appears poised to do so, too. But as Major League Baseball's non-waiver Trade Deadline at 3 p.m. CT on Tuesday approaches, the Cardinals have, to this point, stood pat.
The Indians looked poised to jump into the buyer's market earlier this month while still hanging within a few games of the American League Central lead. The situation has suddenly changed in Cleveland.
The Reds acquired reliever Jonathan Broxton from the Royals on Tuesday.
The Phillies and Dodgers finalized a trade Tuesday that will send Shane Victorino to Los Angeles for right-handed relief pitcher Josh Lindblom and Double-A right-handed relief pitcher Ethan Martin.
The Phillies are on pace to lose more than 90 games just one season removed from recording a franchise-record 102 victories, so general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. and his top lieutenants are incredibly busy in advance of Tuesday's 4 p.m. ET non-waiver Trade Deadline.
The Nationals' organizational depth has been on full display at the Major League level throughout the season, helping the club overcome injuries en route to a 61-40 record that's the best in the Majors.
The Phillies have made it clear that Joe Blanton is available in a potential trade, and the Orioles -- who have shown by far the most interest in the right-hander -- are debating whether the veteran is worth taking a flier on, multiple sources told MLB.com on Monday.
What will the Indians do with Shin-Soo Choo? The answer will tell us quite a bit about the Indians' evaluation not only of their 2012 season going astray, but also about 2013, too.