San Diego could also keep its star closer, though the Padres are definitely in sell mode as the trading deadline approaches.
The Reds traded Johnny Cueto to the Royals for three pitching prospects. Here's the fallout.
Cueto's move to the Royals will affect a wide swath of owners, but the Fantasy fallout extends beyond the ace's migration to the American League.
They've traded away their ace, so what's next for the Reds? A lot, possibly -- Jay Bruce, Marlon Byrd, Mike Leake and Aroldis Chapman have many potential suitors.
The Royals have swung a major deal in advance of the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline, as they've agreed to trade for Reds ace Johnny Cueto.
Kansas City seeks a top starter and won't trade Raul Mondesi in a deal for a rental.
Cole Hamels threw a no-hitter Saturday in what might be his final start as a Phillie. Fellow trade candidates Johnny Cueto and Ian Kennedy also dominated in their starts.
Johnny Cueto was nearly traded to the Royals on Saturday. After the deal fell apart, he threw eight shutout innings for the Reds.
The Cubs were no-hit on Saturday for the first time since Sandy Koufax's perfect game in 1965. The Reds now own baseball's longest streak of not being no-hit at 7,026 games.
Butler, a rookie pitcher, fell twice trying to score in the fifth inning Friday night. Once rounding third and again, a few steps later, between third and home. His trip(s) have been memorialized at Coors Field.

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