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The 2014 Non-Waiver Trade Deadline has passed, and as deadlines go, it was a good one. The Red Sox Fire Sale continued – when’s the last time a reigning World Series winner gave away its starting rotation? – while the Cardinals, Mariners, Braves and Nationals made some positive moves for October. But the real story was the starting pitching acquisitions made by the A’s and the Tigers. So who won? Or rather, Who has a better chance of getting a ring this year?
Even though he’s a Bay Area guy, the trade that sent Jonny Gomes and Jon Lester to the A’s is bittersweet for the bearded outfielder. Watch his emotional goodbye to the team that gave him a World Series ring and so much more, inside…
The Tigers were in the middle of a game with the White Sox when the David Price deal happened, but when a player gets traded, he’s got to go. Bye, Austin Jackson.
One minute you’re watching the Giants take on the Pirates in the bleachers, enjoying a cold one, wondering if you’ll get a chance to catch a home run ball. The next minute, BEER EXPLOSION.
Fantasy Baseball owners will be biting their nails hoping their players in bad situations get traded to good situations, and not the other way around, for Thursday’s 4pm ET MLB trade deadline. Here are five places to stay connected with the goings on.
Boston scratched starting pitcher Jon Lester from his scheduled start against Toronto Wednesday night, adding to the speculation that he’s going to be traded before Thursday’s MLB trade deadline. Brandon Workman started in Lester’s place.
Whether you’re sitting atop your Fantasy league or attempting to make a late push, the stats you’ve already accumulated need to be in the rearview mirror. They’ve helped get you where you are, but they are no longer going to help you get to where you want to finish. In order to gain ground, you may need to make drastic moves that help your bottom line, moves that you may not have made a few months ago but are now reasonable given your unique circumstance.