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The Los Angeles Dodgers outrighted Carlos Marmol to the minor leagues on Thursday after the reliever cleared waivers without being claimed and then waived his right to refuse his assignment to the minors.
The Los Angeles Dodgers placed reliever Carlos Marmol on outright waivers, with the intention of sending him to the minor leagues, sources told ESPN.com.
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The Phillies, Dodgers, Rangers, Giants and Cubs are teams that could be big players leading up to the trade deadline.
The Angels and Dodgers did the best job at the deadline, but who else did well or did less than they hoped for?
The Marlins may not be done dealing, the Phillies may have to make some cost-cutting moves, and the Dodgers continue to shop around for a bat.
Cole Hamels, Zack Greinke and Matt Garza highlight a potentially interesting trade market for starting pitchers.
What if, say, Albert Pujols, Carl Crawford or Jayson Werth landed on outright waivers. Would there be any takers?