Should the Angels buy, sell, or stay at the MLB trade deadline?

The Los Angeles Angels are 2? games behind the second wild card. No, I’m not sure how that happened, either. They have Mike Trout back. They have Andrelton Simmons, who’s enjoying the best offensive season of his career. They have a strong bullpen, led by Bud Norris. They have …

My stars, I do believe that’s it. That’s everything going right for the Angels. Here, you look. It’s Trout, Simmons, and the bullpen, and I keep looking at their Baseball-Reference and FanGraphs page to see what I’ve missed. The Angels have broken me.

The Royals are making progress on a deal for Francisco Liriano. Not everyone in Kansas City will be happy to hear that, and at this point a trade isn’t imminent, but the conversations are moving forward between the two teams. Meanwhile, KC’s front office is also one of the teams interested in the Marlins’ Dan Straily — along with eight other clubs.

The Dodgers are supposedly very confident that they will land at least one of Yu Darvish, Sonny Gray, or Justin Verlander before the bell tolls on the trade deadline.

In addition to maybe or maybe not trading Yu Darvish, the Rangers are also shopping reliever Jeremy Jeffress. Since they acquired him from the Brewers last summer, Jeffress hasn’t panned out in quite the way that the Rangers hoped he would.

Colorado picked up Pat Neshek from the Phillies on Wednesday, but it’s not done. The Rockies Wholesale Jerseys Usa are also now taking a look at A.J. Ramos in Miami and Alex Avila in Detroit. One Reebok Cheap Jerseys source says of Avila, “If they really want him, he’s theirs.”

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