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2012 Trade Deadline Archive

Returned: 214 result(s), displaying page 5 of 11

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  • | Marlins decide to change course after plans go awry

    The ballpark has worked. Mark Buehrle has worked out fine. But go back to last December and the pursuit of Albert Pujols and all the buzz about Ozzie Guillen, Jose Reyes and Heath Bell, Buehrle and the new home, and look at where they are today and it is obvious the transformation of the rain-delay Florida Marlins into the glitzy Miami Marlins hasn't added up as a whole.

  • | With Hamels off market, Greinke rumors heat up

    With Philadelphia's Cole Hamels off the trade market, Milwaukee's Zack Greinke figures to be the most sought after pitcher leading to the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline.

  • | Cash rules over Tuesday's Deadline moves

    We had a flurry of activity in Major League Baseball on Tuesday night, with Cole Hamels extending his stay in Philadelphia, Hanley Ramirez heading to Los Angeles and Wandy Rodriguez moving to Pittsburgh. All moves essentially came down to money.

  • | GM Wren says Braves 'moved on' from Dempster

    Ryan Dempster is not going to the Braves. Atlanta general manager Frank Wren said Wednesday his team has "moved on."

  • | Hanley's Marlins tenure ends with deal to Dodgers

    After seven seasons with the Marlins, Hanley Ramirez was dealt to the Dodgers on Wednesday, along with lefty Randy Choate, for right-hander Nathan Eovaldi and righty pitching prospect Scott McGough.

  • | Rangers seeking No. 1 starter to be final piece

    The Rangers are perhaps the most complete team in the big leagues, but GM Jon Daniels would like to add a true staff ace for a deep postseason run.

  • | Dodgers get Hanley from Marlins in four-man swap

    The Dodgers acquired infielder Hanley Ramirez and left-handed reliever Randy Choate from the Miami Marlins for starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi and Minor League pitcher Scott McGough on Wednesday.

  • | Hamels signs six-year, $144 million extension

    Cole Hamels signed a six-year, $144 million contract with the Phillies on Wednesday, a deal that will keep the left-hander from hitting the free-agent market in the offseason.

  • | Bucs may not be done after acquiring Wandy

    One of the longest goodbyes in recent memory was completed on Tuesday night when Wandy Rodriguez was sent to Pittsburgh for three prospects.

  • | Rays acquire third baseman Roberts from Arizona

    The Rays have acquired infielder Ryan Roberts from the D-backs in exchange for Double-A infielder Tyler Bortnick, the team announced Tuesday.

  • | Dempster holds the keys to his destination

    It's unclear whether Ryan Dempster objected to pitching for the Braves or that word of the trade got out before he'd given his approval.

  • | Pirates add rotation depth with deal for Wandy

    The Pirates focused their quest for pitching help on left-hander Wandy Rodriguez of the Astros and landed the veteran in a trade that was completed shortly after Pittsburgh's 5-1 loss to the Cubs on Tuesday night.

  • | Pennington status quo as A's consider options

    While Cliff Pennington's health is not improving, the A's desire to add a shortstop to their roster by the Trade Deadline on July 31 is only intensifying.

  • | Roberts traded to Rays for Minor Leaguer

    The D-backs designated infielder Ryan Roberts for assignment on Tuesday and activated infielder John McDonald from the disabled list.

  • | Rangers seeking 'difference-maker' in rotation

    The Rangers, with a week to go before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, are looking for a "difference-maker" in their rotation, according to industry sources.

  • | Towers: Upton, Drew trades 'highly unlikely'

    It looks like outfielder Justin Upton and shortstop Stephen Drew will still be with the D-backs after the July 31 Trade Deadline passes.

  • | Marlins could dramatically alter trade market

    What seemed a bit hard to fathom earlier this month is now very much a reality: The Marlins have begun selling. How that affects the market remains to be seen, but it could be substantial.

  • | Ozzie: Onus on himself, players, not Marlins brass

    Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen on Tuesday delivered a terse message to critics of the team making major trades: Blame those in uniform, not the front office.

  • | Rumors swirl as Duquette says O's are Deadline buyers

    With baseball's Trade Deadline a week away, the Baltimore Orioles find themselves involved in a firestorm of rumors that support executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette's statements that the organization remains in buyer mode.

  • | Ventura's focus 'on playing with what we got'

    White Sox manager Robin Ventura would be thrilled to get a top-of-the-rotation arm for the stretch run, but said Tuesday he is prepared to battle the first-place Tigers and third-place Indians with what he has.

  • | Some Deadline deals lead to titles; many don't

    Recent history informs us that the Cards' stunning success with its Deadline imports was the exception, not the rule. Major Deadline trades only occasionally turn out to be pivotal in producing championships.