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MLB rumors: Yankees' Joey Gallo has interest from three teams.Frankie Montas Market Takes Attention

The 2022 MLB trade deadline is Tuesday, August 2 at 6:00 PM ET, giving teams 72 hours to address their needs and improve their rosters for a stretch run. less than We’ve already seen some big name deals, but surely more are on the way. Here are the rumors of Sunday’s trading deadline.

Montas Market Focused on 3 Teams

The markets for track and field right-hander Frankie Montas are concentrated in the Blue Jays, Twins and Yankees. According to MLB.com. Now that Luis Castillo is a Mariner, Montas is the best starter available at the deadline. He has shown no ill effects from the shoulder issue that sidelined him earlier this month and will remain under the team’s control as an arbitration-eligible player in 2023.

The Twins need more starters than the Blue Jays or Yankees, but all three teams can use another arm. The Reds set the market for Montas, who traded Castillo to give him two top prospects and two sub-pieces to give him control of the same team. A sells and cuts salaries. It’s not a matter of if Montas trades, but when.

Phillies looking for starters

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The Phillies want starters, especially those who can start in postseason games. The Athletic reportsThey are joined by Angels right-hander Noah Syndergaard, Reds right-hander Tyler Mare, and Pirates left-hander Jose Quintana. The Phillies are said to prefer pitchers under control after 2022. That’s true for Marley, but not for Syndergaard or Quintana. they are for rent.

Philadelphia tops the rotation alongside Zach Wheeler and Aaron Nola. However, Zac Eflin is dealing with a persistent knee injury and the team will have to watch Ranger Suarez’s workload through to the end. Baseball Dave Dombrowski, the president of his operations, has never been shy about trading prospects. If we want a starter, he hopes to get one before the Tuesday deadline.

Giants open for sale

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The struggling Giants are accepting the sale and are happy to discuss it with anyone on their roster other than Logan Webb. report new york postCurrently on the concussion list, outfielder Joc Pederson and left-hander Carlos Rodon are the club’s two top trade chips. The team will no doubt call on Mike Yastrzemski and Austin Slater as well.

Rodon’s potential availability will put another high-end starter on the trade market. Already saw Luis Castillo dealt to the MarinersThe veteran lefty is probably a rental as he can opt out of a contract after the season is over, but he’s also someone who makes the difference that can dominate even a great lineup on the best days. You can land.

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Brewers, Padres, Rays among teams interested in Yankees outfielder Joey Gallo, reports USA TodayAll three clubs were interested in the final trade deadline when Gallo was traded to New York.Gallo is struggling with the Yankees Their recent addition of Andrew Benintendi He will almost certainly play elsewhere after Tuesday’s trade deadline.

All three of these clubs interested in Gallo need an offense, especially in the outfield, and even then Tampa. They acquired David Peralta from the Diamondbacks on SaturdayAt this point, the Yankees can’t expect much more than a pay cut or a slim chance of a gallo, and at least some teams are willing to roll the dice in three 38-homer at-bats. You don’t seem to think so.

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The Cardinals are in trade talks with the Astros, including right-hander Jake Odorridge. St. Louis Post DispatchSt. Louis is also considering right wingers Nathan Eobaldi of the Red Sox and Noah Syndergaard of the Angels, but it’s unclear if they’ve discussed trades for the two imminent free agents. wants and needs help.

Houston is one of the few contenders with enough rotation depth to replace the starter. With six starters now (Odrizzi, Cristian Javier, Luis Garcia, Jose Urquidi, Flamber Valdez and Justin Verlander), Lance his McCullers Jr. is nearing a return from a flexor injury. The Astros are looking for a center fielder at the trade deadline more than anything else.