The first three-team trade of the offseason has gone off, as the biggest name moving is closer Heath Bell to the Tampa Bay Rays.

As reported in a tweet by Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, Bell and catcher Ryan Hanigan will go to the Rays (along with cash considerations). The Arizona Diamondbacks will receive right-handed pitcher Justin Choate and a player to be named later, while the Cincinnati Reds will get left-handed pitcher David Holmberg.

It’s a trade that may not turn a lot of heads, especially considering the Baltimore Orioles recently traded closer Jim Johnson, according to ESPN.

However, the move will have a lot of implications on all teams involved.

Here’s a look at the winners and losers of the three-team trade between the Rays, Diamondbacks and Reds.

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