It was one of the strangest, quietest trade deadline days of all time, but there were some significant moves made in July.
The Rangers and Tigers seem to somewhat be caught in limbo as the Biogenesis case drags on with the trade deadline looming.
A 21-year-old rookie, a 38-year-old legend and a threesome of strikeout artists are on the verge of rewriting the record books.
The Rockies are shopping ace Ubaldo Jimenez, and at least a half-dozen teams are interested in the right-handed flamethrower.
Less than a year ago, the Tigers seemed to be sitting pretty after acquiring Miguel Cabrera in a blockbuster trade. Now they're coming off a last-place finish and face an uncertain future.
Miguel Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis have yet to play a game for the Tigers, but the blockbuster trade already has Detroit fans abuzz with hope for 2008.
Just call them the Yankees of the Midwest. The Tigers have the look of a superpower after a productive -- and fearless -- offseason.
The Marlins and Tigers pulled off the first blockbuster of the winter meetings, but that's all the two clubs have in common.
Due to a weak free-agent class, many trades could be made at the winter meetings.
Who are the hottest commodities on the trade market? Here's the current top 10 as we draw closer to the July 31 trade deadline.
We've seen Larry Walker go through waivers on his way to a new team. Who else is cleared for a possible trade?
Most improved. Least recognizable. Best, worst signings. Calling it a crazy offseason is an understatement.