The Padres have officially been eliminated from postseason contention. Their attempt at a quick rebuild failed in 2015. Are big roster changes coming next?
Looking at the Cubs present and future as well as news and notes from around Major League Baseball this week.
After a wild winter and almost as wild summer of trades and transactions, with one more dealing deadline only days away, it's time to take a look at the best moves of the past calendar year.
A.J. Hinch, Ned Yost and John Gibbons are the front-runners, but Jeff Banister is surging in the AL manager of the year race.
Padres GM A.J. Preller boldly remade the Padres' roster and then held course at the deadline. None of it worked.
Clayton Kershaw and Bryce Harper are priced out of this world. Is there any way to play both?
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.
A.J. Hinch, Ned Yost, Joe Girardi and John Gibbons appear to be the best AL Manager of the Year candidates as things currently stand.
The Padres and Reds shocked many teams around the league by largely standing pat, leading to a trade deadline that ended with a whimper instead of a bang. Plus more news around the league.
It's tough to count on pitchers who have been inconsistent, but Al Melchior finds some clues to how half a dozen erratic starters might perform down the stretch.

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