Chief baseball officer Tony La Russa and GM Dave Stewart can't repeat their first dysfunctional offseason if the D-backs are to improve from mediocrity to contender in 2016.
The David Price blockbuster trade was built basically in a day, but the deadline double really began way back in the winter when Alex Anthopoulos first called Colorado to propose a swap of big-name shortstops.
Feeling comfortable with your lineup with less than one-third of the season to go? If you're still unsure of a particular player's value, a look at the rest-of-the-season rankings will help, our Scott White says.
Between closer changes and prospect callups, Monday was an eventful day in baseball. But Scott White says it wasn't as significant for Fantasy owners as they might think.
Alex Rodriguez has nine homers in July, and the Yankees are 15-5 this month. They now have a seven-game lead in the once-competitive AL East.
The Yankees are looking at many pitchers but don't absolutely have to do something as they are 6 1/2 games in front. They are also eying second base.
As many as 20 or more teams could potentially be buyers on the trade market, which could make for some spirited battles over key trade chips like Cole Hamels and Ben Zobrist.
The Phillies and Braves seem like sellers at the MLB trade deadline, but which teams might join them? Here's 10 teams plus more news from around baseball.
Brett Cecil has been cycled out. Now the Blue Jays will try a mix of 20-year-old Roberto Osuna and Steve Delabar. Chris Towers updates five closer situations.
The Pirates won their seventh straight game and won for the 20th time in their last 25 games on Wednesday. That story and more are in this edition of Eye on MLB.

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