While the July trading deadline has passed, several players could still be moved in August waiver deals.
While the Blue Jays and Phillies continue to haggle over prospects, Starting 9 revisits some trades involving highly touted minor leaguers who became major league busts.
"Manny being Manny" has taken on new meaning in L.A., where Manny Ramirez has been the Dodgers' leading man -- an RBI machine at the plate and Mr. Congeniality in the clubhouse.
Looking back at nine deadline trades over the past decade that are perceived differently in hindsight than in the immediate aftermath.
With the All-Star Game now in the rearview mirror, Jerry Crasnick looks ahead to the top nine story lines heading into the second half of the season.
For the Dodgers to play in October, it's going to take some work, a little luck and a better team than the one that sputtered its way through the first 127 games.
A power hitter. A starting pitcher. Bullpen help. With the trading deadline slowly approaching, several contending teams are in need of roster upgrades.
While their highly regarded prospects are surfacing at the major league level, the Dodgers are making sure they're treated with kid gloves.
On a night no one will soon forget, the Dodgers found the power they needed and new life back atop the NL West, writes Jerry Crasnick.
Seven teams and perhaps even a few more still stand a legitimate shot to win the wild card in the National League.
Soriano or Abreu? Will Maddux be traded? GMs weigh in on those deadline questions and more.
Edgar, Hanley and Nomar are tearing it up. It's a wonderful year to be a former Boston Red Sox shortstop, writes Jerry Crasnick.
New team. New position. New challenges. It's a whole different ballgame for Nomar Garciaparra. • Dodgers preview
Jerry Crasnick runs down the best-case and worst-case scenarios for each of the 30 teams heading into the 2006 season.
Every team has some important questions and contingency plans that must be addressed before Opening Day.
The Dodgers are confident that Grady Little is the perfect fit to lead their team now and in the future, writes Jerry Crasnick.