2018 MLB Trade Deadline Tracker: Brian Dozier, Chris Archer, Jonathan Schoop, Kevin Gausman and more
Follow along with every move made before the 2018 MLB trade deadline
This year's trade market brought plenty of action in the days, hours and minutes leading up to the 4 p.m. ET deadline. The Dodgers made the first big move, adding infielder Manny Machado during the All-Star break, and several big names wound up moving in the hour or so before the deadline itself.
The Pirates landedby acquiring Chris Archer, while the Braves countered by to Baltimore for Kevin Gausman. The Dodgers , bringing in Brian Dozier from the Twins to slot alongside Machado. The Brewers won the by coming to terms on a deal for Orioles infielder Jonathan Schoop right before the deadline.
You can track all the craziness from the day in our live blog, and stay tuned to CBS Sports HQ for analysis on all the moves. You can find details of each and every official move below.
Trades during 2018 MLB season
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