It’s August 1, which means it is officially MLB trade deadline day. With a flurry of MLB rumors swirling out there around a myriad of teams, we are making this your one-stop shop for the latest information.
MLB rumors tracker: What we’re hearing about the MLB trade deadline
We will be keeping this page up to date through the 6 p.m. (Eastern) MLB trade deadline with the latest MLB rumors. Make sure you are hitting refresh on your browser on this page to make sure you are seeing the latest information on this page. We will timestamp when we post something so you’ll know exactly when we’re seeing something out there on Twitter/X or hearing something from our MLB insider, Robert Murray. We will also be adding the newest information on the bottom of the page.
And don’t worry, we will have these links open in a separate page so you won’t lose your spot on here.
Let’s start with some roundups that we have already posted.
Rumors roundup involving the Philadelphia Phillies, Toronto Blue Jays, Seattle Mariners, Baltimore Orioles, Detroit Tigers: click here
A roundup of rumors involving the Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Minnesota Twins: click here
Rumors roundup involving the St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds, Arizona Diamondbacks: click here
Could some surprising New York Yankees be on the move at the trade deadline? Here’s the latest.
9:25 a.m. ET —
Pittsburgh Pirates are weighing offers on multiple players, including pitchers, reports Jon Heyman on Twitter/X
9:30 a.m. ET —
New York Mets will not be trading Pete Alonso, contrary to the rumors flying, says Jon Heyman.
Speaking of the Mets, are these concerns about the direction of the franchise? Joel Sherman of The New York Post weighs in here.
We’re still seeing mixed signals about the future of Alex Verdugo in Boston. With him being a free agent at the end of the season, will he be traded?
9:40 a.m. ET —
If the Cubs are indeed still thinking about trading Marcus Stroman, has his value gone down with recent starts? The numbers from ESPN.com’s Jesse Rogers aren’t pretty.
9:50 a.m. ET —
The Angels are still trying to add another pitcher, reports Jon Morosi. Los Angeles has been incredibly active in an effort to not only make the postseason, but show Shohei Ohtani they are serious about winning.