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2012 Trade Deadline Archive

Returned: 214 result(s), displaying page 6 of 11

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  • | Still no deal as Dempster mulls his options

    A source said Tuesday that Ryan Dempster has not yet officially exercised his right to veto a trade. But as Tuesday progressed, the Braves had less reason to feel confident about a deal with the Cubs being completed.

  • | In MLB first, Tigers, Marlins swap Draft picks

    The Tigers and Marlins became the first clubs to exchange Draft picks, swapping Competitive Balance selections in the deal that sent Omar Infante and Anibal Sanchez to Detroit.

  • | Ichiro entering perfect situation to succeed

    Ichiro Suzuki is probably not physically capable of doing the things he once did, but he's getting put in a perfect situation to succeed.

  • | Tigers address two needs, but at great cost

    Five years after the Tigers traded Omar Infante in a win-now scenario, they brought him back for the same reason. They also added Anibal Sanchez in a deal that sent Jacob Turner to Miami.

  • | Ichiro deal headlines busy day of trades, rumors

    In the biggest splash of the day, Ichiro Suzuki was traded to the Yankees in exchange for right-handers D.J. Mitchell and Danny Farquhar, who will both go to the Mariners.

  • | If no deal materializes, Bucs pleased with roster

    With a little more than a week remaining before next Tuesday's 4 p.m. ET non-waiver Trade Deadline, Pirates general manager Neal Huntington confirmed an obvious perception: The 2012 Bucs' split personality has made it extremely challenging to identify the contending team's needs.

  • | Recent slide hasn't altered Williams' focus

    The White Sox might have fallen out of first place in the American League Central this weekend, but general manager Ken Williams said winning the division remains the team's priority.

  • | Astros deal Wandy to Bucs for trio of prospects

    Wandy Rodriguez, the last holdover from the Astros' 2005 National League championship team, was shipped to the Pirates on Tuesday night in the latest of a flurry of deals Houston has made this month.

  • | Alderson: Slumping Mets exploring trade scenarios

    General manager Sandy Alderson reassured reporters last week that the Mets would certainly be buyers at the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline.

  • | Yankees acquire Ichiro for two prospects

    The Ichiro Suzuki era came to an abrupt end on an overcast Monday afternoon at Safeco Field, as the star outfielder crossed over to the visiting clubhouse to greet members of the New York Yankees -- his new teammates.

  • | Marlins deal Anibal, Infante for Tigers prospects

    With the Marlins slipping further behind in the National League East, the team traded second baseman Omar Infante and starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez to the Tigers for Jacob Turner, Rob Brantly, Brian Flynn. The teams agreed to swap competitive balance picks in 2013.

  • | Dempster examining options before deciding

    A source said Tuesday that Ryan Dempster has not yet officially exercised his right to veto a trade. But as Tuesday progressed, the Braves had less reason to feel confident about a deal with the Cubs being completed.

  • | Braves deal for Dempster pending his approval

    The Braves are prepared to add Ryan Dempster to their rotation, but will first have to wait for the veteran pitcher's approval.

  • | Sweep may land 'for sale' sign in Milwaukee

    As the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches, we'll be checking in on the trade news around baseball, with help from's reporters. The countdown is under way.

  • | Upon further review: Last year's trade outcomes

    How have some of the trades in the days leading up to last year's non-waiver Trade Deadline played out so far?

  • | Cubs, sellers not yet giving any trade discounts

    The Cubs aren't offering discounts, at least not yet. Unless a club is willing to part with some of its best young talent, Cubs executives Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer seem comfortable holding onto Ryan Dempster and Matt Garza. It still seems likely that Dempster will get traded, but the Dodgers, Red Sox and others are far from comfortable with the asking price.

  • | Oswalt scratched from Monday start vs. Boston

    The Rangers have scratched pitcher Roy Oswalt from Monday's start against the Red Sox with tightness in his lower back. Scott Feldman is scheduled to pitch in Oswalt's place.

  • | Players watching on sidelines as Trade Deadline nears

    The Tigers are surging and the White Sox are making moves. The Indians, meanwhile, have remained pretty much the same in the American Central.

  • | Aramis not worried about trade rumors

    Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez is as surprised as anybody to see his name popping up in trade rumors.

  • | Padres seal three-year extension with Quentin

    And while some teams certainly valued Quentin as a trade target, the Padres, apparently, held the view that he's better off remaining in San Diego, so much so that the team has finalized a three-year contract extension that will keep the right-handed-hitting slugger and San Diego native home for the foreseeable future.

  • | Trade rumors continue to focus on starting pitching

    James Shields and Ryan Dempster are two of the bigger names being bandied about as the non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches. The focus of the Deadline continues to focus on starting pitching.