The Toronto Blue Jays are easily the biggest winner at the MLB trade deadline.
The Los Angeles Dodgers cleaned up in a quality trade that netted them several quality big leaguers without giving up a lot in return.
It should not come as surprise that Troy Tulowitzki was shocked to be traded to the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Houston Astros have their eyes set on either Cole Hamels or a group of young San Diego Padres pitchers at the MLB trade deadline.
Bryce Harper's comments about how umpire helping Zack Greinke on historical scorless innings streak are wrong.
Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon has earned the right to be traded to a contender.
A broken hand could be the reason Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton fails to become the NL MVP.
David Ortiz plans to play his career out with the Boston Red Sox, so don't count him getting dealt at the trade deadline.
With Alex Rodriguez a mere three hits away from 3,000 career hits, the question on everyone's mind is how should New York Yankees fans react when the feat occurs?
The Milwaukee Brewers will be sellers at the 2015 MLB trade deadline, and here are five players they must part ways with in order to achieve maximum value.