Matt Kemp's agent, Dave Stewart, met with the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday and was told the team plans to hang onto the star outfielder rather than trading him.
The Diamondbacks, Angels and White Sox believe they pulled off the perfect swap -- a win-win-win. Here's a breakdown of the Mark Trumbo blockbuster, piece by piece.
You can still find David Price's name listed on the roster of the Tampa Bay Rays.
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.
As the trade deadline looms large, Jake Peavy's days in a White Sox uniform are dwindling down to a precious few.
The Phillies and Rangers have talked about a deal that would send the Rangers' all-time hits leader, Michael Young, back to Texas. But sources familiar with those discussions described those talks as exploratory and said no deal is close.
Explaining the driving forces behind this year's lackluster trade market.
Miami Marlins pitcher Ricky Nolasco is still scheduled to start Wednesday night in Atlanta. But it is increasingly possible that Nolasco could be traded before he can make it to the mound.
With five weeks remaining until the July 31 deadline, we turn our attention to summer's annual rumor stampede.
Phillies GM Ruben Amaro Jr. said Friday he had "no desire" to trade Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels or Jonathan Papelbon.
Three months after what he called a "shocking" trade to Toronto, Jose Reyes said that just days before he was dealt, Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria was still encouraging him to buy a house in Miami.
The pairing of Justin and B.J. Upton in the same Braves outfield will be a fascinating thing to watch in 2013.
Looking at the good and the bad as baseball's offseason has reached its halfway point.
Everything (and more) you didn't know about James Shields, Wil Myers and the Rays-Royals trade
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.