Every deal made during Trade Deadline season

July 27th, 2018

Take a second to catch your breath; the 2018 non-waiver Trade Deadline has officially come and gone. 

A flurry of moves are finalized, leaving a whole lot of player movement to digest across the Major Leagues. Powerhouses like the Dodgers and Yankees added significant pieces in Manny Machado and Zach Britton. The Brewers tried to bolster their playoff odds by acquiring powerful infielders Mike Moustakas and , while the upstart Pirates surprised many by acquiring Rays ace Chris Archer. And that's really just the start of a long list of notable names who will be wearing new uniforms over the season's final two months.  
Before baseball dives into pennant races and the homestretch of the regular season, here's a rundown of all the major trades completed since the Dodgers' deal for Machado on July 18 set the dominoes in motion:

July 31: Pirates acquire Chris Archer from Rays 
Pittsburgh made one of Tuesday's biggest splashes when it dealt significant pieces in reliever and outfielder to Tampa Bay for the Rays' ace. Archer has pitched well leading up to the Deadline, recording a 2.70 ERA over his last eight starts. The Pirates made a statement that they intend to keep fighting for a postseason spot, having entered Tuesday seven games back in the National League Central and 3 1/2 games back of the second NL Wild Card position. Archer is also signed to an affordable contract that keeps him under team control through 2021. More >

July 31: Brewers acquire Jonathan Schoop; Orioles acquire
Milwaukee continued loading up for a postseason bid by adding Schoop to play second base, though its infield becomes even more crowded with the newly-acquired Moustakas at third base and at second. Schoop got off to a slow start but has carried a hot bat lately, batting .360 in July and compiling a five-game homer streak last week. Milwaukee hopes the adrenaline of a pennant race will keep Schoop's hot streak going.

Baltimore continued a busy day as it sent off another veteran piece, but this deal nets the Orioles a veteran infielder in Villar alongside Minor League right-hander , the Brewers' seventh-ranked prospect per MLB Pipeline. More >

July 31: Braves acquire  and from Orioles
Atlanta acquired a starter for both the stretch run and the future in Gausman, who has two more years of team control before he hits free agency. The right-hander's numbers (4.43 ERA) could improve outside of the cutthroat AL East; he's recorded a 3.13 ERA in 12 starts against non-division rivals this season. The submarine reliever O'Day is out for the remainder of the season as he recovers from surgery on his left hamstring. Gausman and O'Day join another former Baltimore pitcher, , as the newest members of the Braves. More >

July 31: Dodgers acquire from Twins and from Blue Jays
Los Angeles ultimately decided against the Twins' asking price for Dozier two winters ago, choosing to trade for instead. But the Dodgers came back around to acquire Minnesota's slugging second baseman Tuesday in a package that, ironically, sent Forsythe to Minneapolis. Dozier's bat has been sluggish through most of this season, but the Dodgers hope a change of scenery can wake up his power as he provides depth for their infield. Axford adds another right-handed arm to Los Angeles' bullpen after posting a 4.41 ERA over 51 innings with Toronto. More >
July 31: Cubs acquire from Nationals
Washington kept superstar in the fold, instead sending an accomplished reliever in Kintzler to the NL rival Cubs for Minor League right-hander Jhon Romero. Kintzler owns a 3.59 ERA and a 1.24 WHIP over 42 2/3 innings in 2018. More >

July 31: Phillies acquire from Rays
Ramos was forced to miss the All-Star Game with a left hamstring strain that still has him sidelined on the disabled list, but there's no question he can bring some needed pop to the Phillies' lineup if he gets back to full health. Philadelphia already possesses one of the most gifted defensive catchers in , and so this trade makes the club even more dynamic behind the plate. More >

July 31: D-backs acquire from Marlins; Jake Diekman from Rangers
Seven years after Arizona acquired Ziegler the first time, the submariner is coming back to the desert for a stretch-run encore. Ziegler was one of the most frequently mentioned names leading up to Tuesday's Deadline, having compiled a 0.93 ERA over 29 innings with Miami after the calendar flipped to June. Ziegler currently leads MLB pitchers with a 73.9 percent ground ball rate, per Statcast™.

Diekman gives Arizona another lefty reliever alongside , T.J. McFarland and . The southpaw entered Tuesday averaging more than 11 strikeouts per nine innings while holding opponents to a .215 batting average. More >

July 31: Indians acquire from Tigers
The Tribe dealt No. 8 prospect  to Detroit with hopes that Martin can boost an outfield that has ranked as one of the Majors' least productive units this season. The veteran should upgrade Cleveland's center field defense with sidelined for eight to 12 months, and figures to platoon against right-handed pitching. More >

July 31: Rays acquire Tommy Pham from Cardinals
The move came as somewhat of a surprise given that the Rays, 10 games out in the AL Wild Card race, aren't contenders this season, but the deal is clearly part of the Rays' vision for the future, as Pham, one of MLB's breakout stars last season, is making only $570,100 this year and is under team control through 2021. Pham will be arbitration-eligible for the first time this offseason. Though he is hitting .248 this year, he slashed .306/.411/.520 with 23 homers, 22 doubles and 25 steals in 2017, finishing 11th in NL MVP voting. More >

July 31: Pirates acquire from Rangers
After their recent 11-game win streak launched them into playoff contention, the Pirates, only four games out in the National League Wild Card race, acquired Kela early Tuesday morning to join All-Star Felipe Vazquez and a group of talented young relievers in the Pittsburgh bullpen. The Pirates aren't just building for now, though -- the 25-year-old Kela is under team control through 2021. Kela was fifth in the AL with 24 saves in his first season as the Rangers' closer. More >

July 30: Red Sox acquire from Angels
Yes, is still locked up for the long term, but given Pedroia's persistent health issues this season, the Red Sox acquired Kinsler as a rental stopgap at second base as they push to hold off the Yankees in the AL East. Kinsler is hitting only .239 this year, but has slashed .320/.393/.467 in July and brings veteran postseason experience to the table, having played in the World Series in 2010 and 2011 with the Rangers. At the very least, Kinsler should be an immediate improvement over and , who have split time at second in Pedroia's absence. More >

July 30: Braves acquire from Reds; Reds acquire , and  from Braves
In their third major move before the Trade Deadline, the Braves added a right-handed power bat to their outfield depth by acquiring Duvall from the Reds. Though Duvall is having a down year with a .205/.286/.399 slash line, Statcast™ metrics show he is making hard contact more consistently than last season, suggesting possible improvement could be in store. Duvall is under team control through 2021 and could be a valuable outfield piece in the future once hits free agency this offseason.
Sims, Wisler and Tucker have all been up and down between the Major and Minor Leagues over the last few seasons but should get more consistent chances with the rebuilding Reds. Wisler, 25, has started and relieved in parts of four seasons for Atlanta, with Sims, 24, having done the same for two years. Tucker, an outfielder, saw action with Houston in 2015 and 2016 and has played 62 games for the Braves this year. More >

July 30: Yankees acquire from Twins; Twins acquire from Yankees
After landing J.A. Happ from the Blue Jays on Thursday, the Yankees moved for another starter with the acquisition of Lynn from the Twins for additional depth in a suddenly crowded rotation that already includes , , and . Lynn signed a one-year, $12 million deal with the Twins last offseason but has struggled to a 5.10 ERA in 20 starts, though he has improved of late, posting a 6-4 record and 3.74 ERA in 12 starts since mid-May.
Austin, a 26-year-old first baseman, has posted a career slash line of .223/.280/.471 in parts of three seasons with the Yankees and has tallied career-highs in homers (eight) and RBIs (23) at the Major League level this season. He could give the Twins another option at first base after this year, with Joe Mauer set to enter free agency and having a disappointing season with a buyout built into his contract. More >

July 30: Mariners acquire Zach Duke from Twins and from Yankees
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto maintained his active reputation Monday when he sent Minor League prospects Chase De Jong and Ryan Costello to the Twins for Duke, and subsequently acquired Warren from New York in exchange for international bonus pool money. The 35-year-old Duke, who has yet to allow a home run in 45 appearances this season, will join  as Seattle's second southpaw reliever, while Warren could bolster the team's middle relief corps. More >

July 30: Astros acquire from Blue Jays
Houston sent struggling closer (currently in the Minor Leagues) and Minor League pitchers Hector Perez and to Toronto in exchange for Osuna with hopes he can fortify its bullpen for October. But Osuna's acquisition has its complications; he's serving a 75-game suspension for violating the league's domestic violence policy and is due to appear in court for assault charges on Wednesday. Osuna's suspension is set to expire on Saturday, and he is eligible to pitch in the postseason per MLB policy. More >

July 29: Braves acquire from Orioles
The 32-year-old right-hander hasn't been his usual effective self in 2018, posting a 1-2 record and 4.85 ERA in 42 appearances for the last-place Orioles, but the Braves hope that a change in scenery will help Brach regain the form that led to five consecutive seasons with a sub-3.20 ERA from 2013-17, including a career-best 2.05 ERA and 10.5 K/9 during his All-Star campaign in 2016. The Braves, in need of bullpen help at the Trade Deadline, have now added Brach and lefty Jonny Venters to their relief corps in recent days. More >
July 28: Cardinals acquire from Yankees
After the Cardinals' bullpen overhaul this week, St. Louis made another move toward bolstering its relief corps on Saturday night. The Cardinals acquired left-hander Chasen Shreve and right-hander from the Yankees in exchange for first baseman and international signing bonus pool money. The 28-year-old Shreve had a 4.14 ERA in 39 appearances for the Yankees this season, with 46 strikeouts in 37 innings. The 26-year-old Gallegos had pitched in four big league games this season, with a 4.50 ERA and 10 strikeouts in 10 innings. More >

July 27: Brewers acquire Mike Moustakas from Royals
The Brewers, battling the Cubs for the lead in the National League Central, needed to add an impact bat. They got one late Friday night, acquiring Royals power-hitting third baseman Mike Moustakas. With having capably occupied the hot corner in Milwaukee, the Brewers will need to find the right place to fit Moustakas into the lineup -- but Shaw has taken ground balls at second base recently, so shifting him over is an option. However the Brewers line up, Moustakas should provide plenty of pop from the left side. He has 20 home runs this season, a year after his career-best 38-homer campaign. More >
July 27: Astros acquire from Twins
Despite boasting the American League's second-best bullpen ERA behind the Yankees, the Astros had a need in the back end of their bullpen after ' mid-July demotion to Triple-A. They addressed that need by trading for Pressly, a workhorse right-hander who entered Friday tied for the second-most appearances in the AL (51) and boasts a 3.40 ERA and 69 strikeouts in 47 2/3 innings. Long a Statcast™ darling for the high spin rates on his fastball and curveball, Pressly should immediately become a factor in the late innings for Houston. More >

July 27: Phillies acquire from Mets
Cabrera figures to add a little muscle for the Phillies, who completed their first trade with the rival Mets since 2001. The switch-hitter entered Friday batting .277 with 18 home runs, 58 RBIs and an .817 OPS while playing the majority of his time at second base. The addition allows Philadelphia to slot rookie back over to shortstop -- at least until returns to the team next month -- and Cabrera's .880 OPS against right-handed pitching should come in handy. More >

July 27: D-backs acquire from Twins
After seeing the Dodgers land Machado, Arizona filled its middle-infield hole by trading for Escobar, who is in the middle of a career year. Escobar entered Friday leading the Majors with 37 doubles while also hitting 15 home runs and slugging .514, and would appear to be an offensive upgrade over the D-backs' current platoon of Nick Ahmed and . The D-backs will pay Escobar roughly $1.7 million for the remainder of the season before he hits the free agent market. More > 
July 27: Cubs acquire Cole Hamels from Rangers
High preseason expectations for the Cubs' rotation have not become reality to this point, as Chicago starters entered Friday with a middle-of-the-road 4.04 ERA and a 3.0 fWAR total that ranked second worst among National League clubs. Hamels (5-9, 4.72 ERA) is not enjoying his best season, but has fared much better this year outside of Arlington's hitter-friendly Globe Life Park. MLB.com's T.R. Sullivan reported the Rangers picked up a significant portion of the $14 million left on Hamels' contract as part of the trade. More >

July 27: Mariners acquire from Cardinals
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto kicked off what was an active Deadline season for his club with the acquisition of the 25-year-old righty Tuivailala, who remains under club control for four more years after 2018. Tuivailala was acquired in large part to fill middle-relief innings and help bridge the gap to Alex Colome and All-Star closer More >

July 26:Yankees acquire J.A. Happ from Blue Jays
While the Yankees were in hot pursuit of Machado before he went to the Dodgers, one of the club's biggest needs was in its starting rotation, and that need was addressed Thursday with the addition of Happ. The 35-year-old left-hander had a 4.18 ERA in 20 starts for Toronto this season. From 2016-17 with the Blue Jays, he posted a 3.33 ERA over 57 starts. More >

July 26: Brewers acquire from White Sox
With the Brewers falling just short of the postseason in 2017 and making another run at the NL Central title this year, general manager David Stearns bolstered the club's already strong bullpen with the addition of Soria. The 34-year-old right-hander had a 2.56 ERA with 16 saves in 40 appearances for Chicago, including a 0.74 ERA in his last 25 appearances. More > 
July 26: Astros acquire from Angels
The Astros added catching depth with Maldonado, who won a Gold Glove with the Angels last season. The addition addresses Houston's backup-catcher situation behind , with regular starter expected to be out until September due to right knee surgery. More >
July 26: Rockies acquire from Blue Jays
Colorado's bullpen -- into which the franchise invested $106 million last offseason by signing and , as well as re-signing Jake McGee -- has the NL's highest ERA this season, at 5.26. As the Rockies remain firmly in the hunt in the NL West, they added Oh, who is having a resurgent season in 2018 -- he posted a 2.68 ERA in 48 appearances for the Blue Jays this season. More >
July 26: Braves acquire Jonny Venters from Rays
A former Braves reliever headed back to Atlanta after being dealt by the Rays, Venters reunited with the organization that drafted him back in 2003. Venters was part of a dominant Braves bullpen from 2010-12, along with and Eric O'Flaherty. Venters missed five seasons while undergoing what he calls "3 1/2" Tommy John surgeries. But he made his comeback this season at age 33, posting a 3.86 ERA in 22 appearances for Tampa Bay. More >
July 25: D-backs acquire from Rays
Andriese joined former Rays Steven Souza Jr. and Brad Boxberger in Arizona, and he will look to help Boxberger and the D-backs' bullpen in a bunched up and wide open NL West. Andriese can help particularly against left-handed hitters, who are hitting .174 against him this season. More >
Video: on joining the Red Sox via trade
July 25: Red Sox acquire Nathan Eovaldi from Rays
The Red Sox have one of the most dominant starting pitchers in the game in Chris Sale to head their rotation, and behind him a pair of former Cy Young Award winners in and . But beyond that, and are on the DL, and struggled in his return from the DL on Tuesday. Eovaldi was considered one of the best options on a relatively thin starting-pitching trade market, and Boston snapped him up. More >
Video: [email protected]: Britton tosses perfect frame in Yankees debut
July 24: Yankees acquire Zach Britton from Orioles
The Yankees already had arguably the best bullpen in baseball, with closing, and and dominating in the late innings. But New York made that relief corps even better with the addition of Britton, who is two seasons removed from one of the greatest reliever seasons in history (0.54 ERA, 47 saves for Baltimore in 2016). More >
July 22: Royals acquire from Nationals
As they continue their rebuild, the Royals added Goodwin, a 27-year-old outfielder who was the 34th overall selection in the 2011 Draft. He hit .246/.315/.464 with 16 home runs in 144 games over three seasons for Washington. More >
Video: [email protected]: Familia sets down Duggar for 1st K with A's
July 21: Athletics acquire Jeurys Familia from Mets
The A's, who have been red hot over the past several weeks and one of the biggest surprises in baseball this season, bolstered their bullpen with Familia, who posted a 2.88 ERA with 17 saves in 40 appearances for the Mets. As Oakland suddenly finds itself in the thick of the AL Wild Card race, bullpen depth will likely play a key role in whether the franchise reaches the postseason for the first time since 2014. More >
July 19: Cubs acquire from Rangers
The Cubs were after bullpen versatility when they acquired Chavez, who posted a 3.51 ERA in 30 appearances for Texas prior to being dealt to Chicago. The veteran right-hander, who turns 35 in August, could fill the role Mike Montgomery played last season, since Montgomery has been used primarily as a starter this season due to rotation injuries. More >
Video: [email protected]: Hand picks up his 1st save with Tribe in win
July 19: Indians acquire Brad Hand and Adam Cimber from Padres
Entering the 2018 season, the bullpen had been one of the Indians' greatest strengths. But things haven't gone according to plan; with left-hander on the disabled list and the departure of Bryan Shaw in free agency, Cleveland's bullpen ERA is 5.19, among the highest in baseball. The addition of Hand and Cimber should help, particularly with Hand being one of the best left-handed relievers in the game over the past three seasons. More >
Video: Must C Crushed: Machado mashes 1st HR with Dodgers
July 18: Dodgers acquire Machado from Orioles
The rumors regarding Machado started swirling as early as last December, when the Orioles reportedly made him available during the Winter Meetings. And in the seven ensuing months, at least 10 clubs were linked to the now four-time All-Star. More >