Monday’s 4 p.m. ET MLB trade deadline represents a watershed moment for clubs. And as the hours end Sportsnet will collect each transaction to keep you updated.
Oakland Athletics reçoit: P Mike Minor
Texas Rangers receive: Two players to be named later
The As take a plane on Minor, a 32-year-old whose contract expires at the end of this season. Minor was a star player last year for the first time (14-10, 3.59 ERA, 200 strikeouts), but has fallen this year to a record 0-5 and 5.60 ERA in seven outings. .
If Oakland continues to use Minor in the rotation, he will join his left-handed colleagues Sean Manaea and Jesus Luzardo.
The San Diego Padres receive: P Mike Clevinger, DE Greg Allen and a player to be named later.
Cleveland Indians receive: P Cal Quantrill, 1B / OF Josh Naylor, C Austin Hedges, SS Gabriel Arias, LHP Joey Cantillo et SS Owen Miller.
A huge trade, featuring one of the most talked about names of the day in Clevinger. The 29-year-old right-hander left for San Diego, winning his 3.18 average in four starts with him.
Clevinger is eligible for refereeing for two more years and can strike free will in 2023. As powerful as the Padres have been offensively, they lag behind other top teams in pitching (4.44 team ERA, 15th in MLB).
Among the return to Cleveland are two young Canadians, Cal Quantrill (Port Hope, Ont.) And Josh Naylor (Mississauga, Ont.). Quantrill, 25, is 2-0 with a 2.60 ERA out of the pen. Naylor, 23, beats .278 with a 102 OPS + in 18 games.
The San Diego Padres receive: 1B Mitch Moreland
Boston Red Sox Receive: DE Jeisson Rosario, INF Hudson Potts
Moreland, who turns 35 next week, led the Red Sox in batting (.328), homers (eight) and RBIs (21) average. He is also eligible to be a free agent as early as 2021, although his contract includes a $ 3 million squad option for this season.
Playing for a Boston team that is well out of contestation has made Moreland a top commercial target, and he lands with a Padres team that already leads the majors in OPS (.836).
The Atlanta Braves Receive: P Tommy Milone
Baltimore Orioles Receive: Two players to be named later
Milone was the day one starter for the waning Orioles, who got off to a surprisingly hot start but have since fallen back to fourth in the American League East. Now, of course, they are salespeople.
The 33-year-old was 1-4 with a 3.99 ERA in six starts for Baltimore this season. He was fortunate enough to impress his new club right away on Sunday, making his debut against the Philadelphia Phillies, but he allowed up seven runs in just 2 1/3 innings.