MLB Trade Deadline 2019: Top 15 Trade Deadline Candidates and Potential Destinations
by Rod Nunez
July 26, 2019
The Major League Baseball's Trade Deadline is less than one week away. Meaning all trade activity will cease after July 31, including waiver-wire moves.
That means we are about to see plenty of handshaking and hugs in the dugout, as well as players being a last minute scratch from games in this upcoming week.
Next, we have ranked our top 15 players likely to be traded or at least heavily discussed this week with their potential destinations, according to rumors gathered by different sources.
MLB Power Rankings: The Race for the Playoffs Begins
By Craig Campbell
July 24, 2019
All-Star Weekend has come and gone and the second half of the season is underway. The top teams are basically unchanged but still jockeying with one another for playoff position. Some teams have come out red hot (Cardinals, Giants, Indians) and are making their push for the postseason while other teams have either lost their positioning or are seeing their playoff hopes vanish altogether (Brewers, Rangers, Rays).
This week’s biggest gainer is easily the St. Louis Cardinals, whom have been absolutely on fire since the All-Star Break, jumping seven spots this week and find themselves just outside the Top-10. This week’s biggest slide belongs to the Texas Rangers, sliding down six spots.
Already through the two weeks since the Break and we’ve seen some major moves by teams to position themselves in the Wild Card race. This is about to be a very intense second half of baseball.
By Rod Nunez
July 10, 2019
First half of the season is in the books with plenty of storylines, surprises and disappointments.
Ahead we've highlighted our midseason awards, biggest surprises and disappointments so far this season. There's still another half a season left, so a lot can change between now and the end of the season.
MLB Power Rankings: First Half Complete
By Craig Campbell
July 9, 2019
We’re just over the halfway point into the MLB season and All-Star Weekend is here. It should be no surprise that some of the teams we expected are in the Top-10, but their journeys haven’t all been smooth to this point. The Indians, Red Sox, and Nationals were all expected in the preseason to be in contention for their respective divisions but really struggled out of the gate and have had to fight their way back into the playoff race. Other teams, such as the Rangers are surprising contenders for a Wild Card spot.
This week’s biggest slide is a three team tie between the Rockies, Cardinals, and Mariners, all dropping four spots. The biggest gainer is the Washington Nationals, jumping nine spots and cracking the top 10 for the first time.
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