The 2015 season didn't go according to plan for the Brewers, but there's young talent in place for the future.
J.A. Happ and Josh Tomlin are both pitching well down the stretch, but Scott White is more likely to place his trust in one than the other. Oh, and if you haven't caught on yet, Jedd Gyorko is back.
Trades can still happen in August, so long as the players go through the waivers process. Here are a host of candidates who could be moved.
Taking stock after a busy MLB Trade Deadline week to declare who did well and who did not.
It might not be a night of aces on the docket, but as our Heath Cummings says, you shouldn't have a problem finding cheap hitters for the Monday MLB slate.
The starting pitching market looked a bit thin a week ago, but as we approach the July 31, sellers market could convert to a buyers market before the MLB trade deadline.
The Dodgers and Rangers are both in Hamels' nine-team pre-approved list, so a trade veto won't be an issue.
Picks for MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year as well as picks for the worst hitters and pitchers in each league.
The red hot Angels have jumped over the ice cold Astros and own sole possession of first place in the AL West heading into the All-Star break. That story and more is in Sunday's edition of the Eye.
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.

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