The 2021 Major League Baseball trade deadline was on Friday, July 30 at 4 p.m. ET. MLB moved up the deadline by one day this season to avoid having it on a weekend day with afternoon games.The trade deadline saw some blockbusters with Joey Gallo and Anthony Rizzo heading to the Yankees, and the Dodgers -- not the Padres -- grabbing Max Scherzer from the Nationals in a deal that also sends All-Star Trea Turner to L.A.
The Cubs trio of Kris Bryant, Javier Báez and Craig Kimbrel were also moved. Bryant was sent to the Giants, Báez to the Mets and Kimbrel to the White Sox. Trevor Story and Jon Gray of the rebuilding Rockies, however, both stayed put in Colorado.
There was a flurry of action right as the deadline struck on Friday, so catch up with all the moves with our trade tracker below.
2021 MLB trade deadline tracker